This Felss camshaft has active cylinder management for the first time: when less power is required, the vehicle changes to a mode in which only two cylinders work.
Input hubs are an example of drive components of an automobile that are especially difficult to manufacture due to complex geometries. Conventional production is time- and cost-intensive, as various and, in some cases, chipping production processes are used.
In the case of this input hub, Felss can offer the greatest possible process security due to the technologies: the internal and external splines are applied with only one clamping due to the axial forming process. This allows for consistently high spline quality and exceptional surface qualities.
High stability thanks to uninterrupted grain flow.
The highest degree of process security with Felss technologies.
Reduced cycle time of approx. 20 seconds (for two toothing systems).
Excellent surface and consistently high spline quality.