CV JOINT 13

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Description

Constant velocity (CV) joints allow drive shafts to transmit power at variable angles and constant rotational speeds. The joints are often made from medium carbon steel, posing chip control issues when machined in fully automated operations. Hard machining operations are also necessary after components have been heat treated.

YOUR MANUFACTURING CHALLENGES

  • Maintaining efficiency through effective chipbreaking when roughing the outer diameter
  • Copying the outer diameter groove with high productivity and excellent chip control
  • Copying the shank diameter with maximum productivity and reliability
  • Maintaining a reliable process for roughing ball ramps with maximum productivity
  • Finishing ball ramps as productively and reliably as possible
  • Minimising cycle times while reliably grooving in an interrupted cut
  • Improving productivity and reliability for copying the shank diameter after heat treatment