With ecos gearMASTER, a new function for all fully automatic DuraScan machines, the placement of test rows on gear wheel specimen is child's play. The core hardness points as well as the pre-defined course series are set at drawn 30° tangents at the tooth root and at half the height of the tooth. With the standard wide test-load range of DuraScan G5 from 10 g to 62.5 kg, all common specifications can be covered in one operation. Using templates, testing can be done quickly, efficiently, and reproducibly. The tool complies with the current guidelines for the stress-appropriate testing of teeth of a gearwheel and is available as a separate feature of ecos Workflow software.
At the beginning of January 2021, we will present two innovations:
First, a new type of tool for measuring gears and second, a high-resolution overview color camera for the DuraScan series hardness testers.
See for yourself!