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**DIAMETRAL PITCH SPUR GEARS
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TO GET Module HAVING Diametral pitch RULE Divide 25.4 by the diametral pitch Divide 25.4 by the module Divide π by the circular pitch FORMULA m = 25.4 / Pd

Module Circular pitch Pitch diameter and number of teeth Diametral pitch Outside of gear and number of teeth

Pd = 25.4 / m Pd = π / P

Divided the number of teeth Pd = N / D by pitch diameter Divide number of teeth plus 2 by the outside diameter Divide the base pitch by the cosine of the pressure angel then divide by π

Pd = N + 2 / Do

Base pitch and pressure angle

Pd=(Pb / cos. Φ) /π

Operating diametral pitch

Center distance between 2 gears and number of teeth in both

Add the number of teeth in both gears and divide dp = (n1 + n2 / by 2, then divide 2) / C by center distance Divide the base diameter by cos.Φ = Db / D

Pressure angle

Base diameter and pitch

2 / pd Addendum and number of teeth D=a*n Base diameter and pressure angle Outside diameter dp = Db / cos. the quotient of 2 divided by the diametral pitch Multiply addendum by the number of teeth Divide the base diameter by the cosine of the pressure angle Outside diameter and diametral pitch D = Do .diameter Base pitch and diametral pitch pitch diameter Divide π by diametral pitch. then divide by the base pitch Divide the base pitch by the circular pitch = cosine pressure angle cos.f Divide number Number of teeth of teeth plus 2 and diametral Do = N + 2 / Pd by the diametral pitch pitch .Φ = Pb / (π/Pd) Base pitch and circular pitch cos Φ = Pb / P Divide the Number of teeth number of teeth and diametral D = N / Pd by the diametral pitch pitch Divide the product of the Number of teeth outer diameter D = N * Do / n and outer and number of +2 diameter teeth by number of teeth +2 Pitch diameter Subtract from the outside diameter.

157 (or 2.Pitch diameter and diametral pitch Add the pitch diameter to the quotient of 2 divided by the diametral pitch Do = D + 2 / Pd Pitch diameter and number of teeth Divide the number of teeth plus 2 by the Do = N + 2 / N / quotient of D number of teeth divided by the pitch diameter Multiply the Number of teeth number of teeth Do = (N + 2) a plus 2 by and addendum addendum Pitch diameter and diametral pitch Number of teeth Outside diameter and diametral pitch Multiply pitch diameter by the diametral pitch Multiply outside diameter by the diametral pitch and subtract 2 N = D * Pd N = Do * Pd .157 / Pd diametral pitch Divide .2 Std. whole depth Diametral pitch Clearance Diametral pitch Thickness of Divide thickness c = t / 10 .157 / Pd Std.157 (or 1.157 (or . dedendum Diametral pitch Divide 1.157 / Pd diametral pitch Divide 2.25) by the b = 1. addendum Diametral pitch Divide 1.5708 by the diametral t = 1.25) by the ht = 2.250) by the diametral pitch c = . thickness of Diametral pitch tooth Std.5708 / Pd pitch Divide 1 by the diametral pitch a = 1 / Pd Std.

business profits. Commercial Gear and Sprocket Company. Our third generation family owned company has been producing quality gears and other power transmission products at competitive prices since 1946. Due to the complex nature of designing and its interaction with an assortment of components. regardless of whether such liability is based in Tort. Commercial Gear and Sprocket Company. does not warrant that the usage of this site and the information therein is completely error free or fit for your specific design. then divide result by the normal diametral pitch Add the number of teeth in both gears together and divide by 2. or any other pecuniary loss arising out of or relating to the use of this site. with respect to the usage of the information provided or as to its fitness for any particular purpose. Inc. is however. makes no warranties. standing by to assist you or design and fabricate to your specifications. Commercial Gear and Sprocket Company. business interruption. express or implied. shall not be liable for any damage or loss of any kind. whether direct or indirect. Inc. Commercial Gear and Sprocket Company. Inc. incidental or consequential. then divide results by operating diametral pitch Multiply the pitch diameter by cosine of the pressure angle Divide the diametral pitch by π. then multiply by cosine of pressure angle Center distance Normal diametral pitch and number of teeth in both gears dp = ((n1 + n)2 / 2) / Pnd Operating diametral pitch Operating center and number of distance teeth in both gears dp = (n1 + n2 / 2) / Pod Base diameter Pitch diameter and pressure angle Db = D * cos. Call us at (800) 491-1073 and ask for Design Support .Φ Base pitch Diametral pitch and pressure angle Pb = cos.Φ * π / Pd DISCLAIMER AND LIMITED LIABILITY Commercial Gear and Sprocket Company. Contract or otherwise including without limitation damages for loss of business. Inc. Inc.tooth of tooth at pitch line by 10 Add number of teeth in both gears together and divide by 2. has provided this Designers & Engineers Resource in an effort to help you conceptualize your design.

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