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Old 03-10-2008, 04:50 AM   #1
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Want to know for out 64 pitch and 48 pitch gear, what is the module and the pressure angle? thanks
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Old 03-10-2008, 05:06 AM   #2
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Please explain?
Dont understand the question.
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Your module is the diametral pitch divided by the number of teeth

m=Dp/N

diametral pitch is defined as the number of teeth per one inch of the pitch circle diameter

For the pressure angle, its the angle between the tooth profile and a radial line at its pitch point.

Some pretty simple plug and chug for your module. The pressure angle would be a little harder to figure out but they are usually a set standard for pressure angles.

I dont have any gears in front of me to calculate the stuff out. I also have bigger engineering fires to put out

Why do you need this information anyway?
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I was wondeirng that also. Must be making his own gears!
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Thank you for the information. Yes, I'm trying to make my own gear. The problem is I don't have a machine to measure the teeth. If someone knows, please let me know. thanks
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