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Booking Now: Virtual Gear Measurement

Date: 8th, 9th, 15th, 16th & 22nd March

Platform: TEAMS

Tutor: Rob Frazer

Fee: BGA Member Free / Non Member £225*

Please note this training is over 5 sessions – you will need to attend all sessions to complete the course




About the course.

This course is a series of short on-line training sessions that will introduce delegates to the key skills and knowledge needed to measure and interpret gear measurement results. No prior gear knowledge is required but those who are new to gear technology would benefit from participating in the BGA Gear Foundation and Introduction to Gear Geometry online courses.

It is applicable to gear designers, manufacturing staff, machine operators, inspectors and those who are new to the gear industry and want to understand why you need to invest in precise gear measuring equipment. We will dispel the myth that measuring machines only produce scrap.


The session will include a short introduction on Teams before you access some video presentations individually and try some easy quizzes to test your knowledge. We then get back together on Teams later in the morning to run through the quiz answers and discuss any questions you have and summarise what we have covered. PDFs of the PowerPoint presentations and supporting training information will be sent prior to the event. Also, you will have access to the video sessions for 7 days to run over things again if needed.


Sessions


1. Cylindrical gear geometry measurement Part 1- Introduction to measurement methods and radial composite (double flank) measurement.

2. Cylindrical gear geometry measurement Part 2- Introduction to tangential composite (single flank) measurement and tooth thickness measurement.

3. Cylindrical gear geometry measurement Part 3- Introduction to single element (helix, profile, pitch and runout) measurement

4. Cylindrical gear geometry measurement Part 4- Introduction to single element (helix, profile, pitch and runout) tolerance standards and how to interpret results to a standard

5. Cylindrical gear geometry measurement Part 5- Introduction to gear measuring machine calibration


Click the button below for more details and to register or contact the BGA office direct admin@bga.org.uk





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