AGMA 2015-1-A01 PDF

racy documents correlate as shown in Figure 1. Current Status of New Standards. In late , the new tangential accuracy stan- dard ANSI/AGMA A AGMA A01 (R). Accuracy Classification System – Tangential Measurements for Cylindrical Gears. standard by American Gear. CONTAINS ANSI/AGMA A ACCURACY CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM- TANGENTIAL MEASUREMENTS FOR CYLINDRICAL GEARS AND AGMA.

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A New Standard in Gear Inspection | Gear Solutions Magazine Your Resource to the Gear Industry

Several types of filtering may be implemented in the gear measuring system. When the tolerancing direction is inclined at some angle to the normal direction, it is specified by two parameters: A filter that excludes short wavelength high frequency data is called a low-pass filter. This assured some harmony with existing agam standards and eliminated the difficulties associated with agmaa some non–linear values from AGMA A This clause presents considerations for control of the various phases of manufacturing, including the 2015-1-s01 methods of measurement control.

The profile slope deviation is deemed to be positive and 2015-1-a001 corresponding pressure angle deviation is deemed to be negative when the mean profile line shows an increase in material toward the tooth tip, relative to the design profile.

The number of data points included in the evaluation length should be shown on the inspection record. The purpose is to provide a common basis for specifying accuracy, and for the procurement of unassembled gears.

Differences include, but are not limited to: Data was added for gear rack and fine-pitch worms and worm gears. Original measurement values must be compensated if the actual measurement direction and the tolerancing direction specified for the given parameter are different. This 2051-1-a01 provides descriptions of filtering practices. Design profile functional profile That portion of the tooth flank between the profile control diameter and the start of tip break, see figure 3. The specific tolerances for such gears are to be agreed upon by the buyer and the seller.


If improved performance is desired, modifications of material, heat treatment, and accuracy level should be considered.

In some cases, sgma loaded side may specify higher accuracy than the nonloaded or minimum-loaded side; if applicable, this information is to be specified on the gear engineering drawing see 4.

Add to Alert PDF. Electrical filtering is most commonly encountered on older instruments; newer instruments employ mathematical filtering.

Eleven flank tolerance classes are defined, numbered 1 to 11, in order of increasing tolerance. The determining of individual deviations in cylindrical gears calls for special equipment. FpsT FpT is the tolerance, sector pitch deviation; is the tolerance, total cumulative pitch. This standard does not provide specific limits for this test, which is normally based on experience. In such cases, it is possible to modify the accuracy grade to include an accuracy grade for each gear element or composite tolerance.

All data at frequencies significantly higher 2015-1-a1 the cutoff are eliminated. These tolerances are applicable to the following ranges: When not specified, it is an unmodified involute.

Item Detail – ANSI/AGMA ISO B14

This standard provides tolerances for unassembled gears only. The other material in AGMA The former separate sections of AGMA If the measuring instrument reads in inches, values calculated from the equations in 7.

Applications requiring high accuracy gearing may necessitate the matching, or modifying, of pinion and gear profiles and helix such that the matched set is satisfactory for the application. The selection of the particul ar method depends on the magnitude of the tolerance, the size of the gear, the production quantities, equipment available, accuracy of gear blanks, and measurement costs.

Upon completion of all manufacturing operations, a specific gear has been given an inherent level of accuracy; this level of accuracy was established during the manufacturing process, and it is totally independent of any final inspection.


This standard specifies the direction of tolerancing for profile deviation to be in a transverse plane, on a line tangent to the base circle.

When applications require measurements beyond those recommended in this standard, special measurement methods must be negotiated prior to manufacturing the gear. Involute and helix data filtering. Calculated values for tooth–to–tooth single flank composite tolerance have been reduced to account for the filtered analysis used within this standard. Zgma a phase correct Gaussian filter is used, vertical distortions are reduced and phase shift is eliminated.

A New Standard in Gear Inspection

The inspection of gearing mated in an assembly for a specific application is beyond the scope of this standard. The equations for the single flank composite tolerances are different from the corresponding tangential composite equations in ISO Ten accuracy grades are defined in this standard, numbered A2 through A11, in order of decreasing precision.

Axial runout may also be indicated by a shifting of the tooth contact from side to side, progressively around the gear. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document including any amendments applies.

A master gear is a gear of known accuracy, designed specifically to mesh with the gear to be inspected for composite variation. It specifies definitions for gear flank tolerance terms, the structure of the flank tolerance class system, and allowable values.

Figure 3 On a modern CNC gear inspection machine it is possible to program the desired profile and lead forms.