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the advantages of the new SAE standard for
from a design standpoint
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published January 01, 1959 by SAE International in United States
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INVOLUTE SPLINES enjoy three major advantages over their straight-sided counterparts:
New design concepts have given a more rational approach to clearances and errors.
Manufacturing is cheaper and more accurate.
Gaging is simpler. Thus, the involute spline standard of SAE and ASA continue to take precedence over the older straight-sided standards.
|Ground Vehicle Standard||Involute Splines - 1996 Addendum|
|Technical Paper||THE ADVANTAGES OF INVOLUTE SPLINES AND SERRATIONS FROM A GAGING STANDPOINT|
CitationDeVos, L., "the advantages of the new SAE standard for
- Tooling and Production, October 1953 “Quality Control of Involute Splines,” Beam A. S. DeVos L. N.