Rectangular and involute spline shafts are the two types of spline shafts. While involute spline shafts are used for heavier loads and demand great centering precision and larger links, rectangular spline shafts are more commonly employed. Typical applications for rectangular spline shafts include mechanical transmissions in aircraft, cars, tractors, machine tool manufacture, agricultural machinery, and other devices. The rectangular spline shaft has a high load-bearing capacity, good neutrality, and strong guiding performance due to its many teeth, and its shallow tooth root can lessen stress concentration.
Additionally, the grinding procedure is more practical and results in higher precision while weakening the strength of the shaft and hub of the spline shaft. Links with higher loads, stricter criteria for centering precision, and greater dimensions are fitted with involute spline shafts. Its traits include an involute tooth profile, radial force on the teeth when loaded, a self-centering function that can ensure that each tooth is stressed equally, high strength and long life, the same gear-like processing technology that makes it simple to achieve higher precision, and interchangeability.
Spline shafts are a particular type of mechanical transmission. To transmit mechanical torque, the flat key, half-circle key, and oblique key are all same. The shaft has a longitudinal keyway, and the spinning portion sleeved on the shaft has a corresponding keyway that can be held. rotate in time with the axis. Some objects can glide longitudinally on the shaft while rotating, such as gearbox shifts.
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