Drive shaft Lightweight construction is the key to the optimum drive shaft The drive shaft is the dynamic connection between the transmission and the drive wheels. Being part of the drive train, it is here that the torque is transferred from the transmission to the wheels. The potential of cold forming for drive shafts Cold…
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.
The Felss crash tubes enable the controlled conversion of crash energy through defined deformation.
This hollow shaft unites advanced function integration with the highest resource efficiency and increased component strength.
Felss steering-wheel shafts are produced from one tube, which reduces production costs and simultaneously ensures improved straightness and the highest level of geometry precision.
This Felss steering shaft is, in contrast to manufacturing using other processes, produced from one part.
Thanks to the uninterrupted grain flow, the Felss torsional vibration absorbers offer high stability and excellent surface quality.
Felss stator shafts are distinguished by high-strength spline systems in thin-walled areas and offer greater fatigue strength due to precise spline forming.
This Felss input hub is distinguished by consistently high spline quality and exceptional surface qualities.
This Felss sun shaft offers considerable material and weight savings with simultaneously high precision.
This Felss transmission shaft is distinguished by excellent surfaces and consistently high spline quality.
The e4 Smart Shaft consists of a uniform central shaft of variable length and individualized end pieces.