This central shaft demonstrates exceptional splines and surface quality, and the uninterrupted grain flow offers increased stability.
Transmission shafts forward rotational motion and torque. They are greatly stressed by torsion in the process and must be produced precisely as a result. Special attention is thereby paid to the shaft-hub interface, which needs to be designed and processed exactly.
This Felss transmission shaft is distinguished by excellent surfaces and consistently high spline quality. The uninterrupted grain flow offers greater stability with simultaneously reduced component weight, and thus lower costs thanks to the lightweight design process. In production, the application of seven external spline systems on one clamping diameter with a reduced cycle time of approx. 95 seconds is possible.
Greater stability thanks to uninterrupted grain flow.
The highest degree of process security.
Reduced cycle time of approx. 95 seconds for seven toothing systems.
Excellent surface and consistently high spline quality.