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AGMA INFORMATION SHEET
(This Information Sheet is NOT an AGMA Standard)
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
[Tables or other self-supporting sections may be quoted or extracted in their entirety. Credit line
should read: Extracted from AGMA 910-C90, Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data, with
the permission of the publisher, the American Gear Manufacturers Association, 1500 King Street, Suite
201, Alexandria, Virginia 22314.1
AGMA Information Sheets are subject to constant improvement, revision or withdrawal as dictated by
experience. Any person who refers to AGMA Technical Publications should be sure that the publication
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ABSTRACT
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data consists of a series of printed forms for gear drawings
that contain the appropriate data to be tabulated by the gear designer for the gear manufacturer. Also
included are a series of definitions of the various tabulated items. For an appendix, there are blank,
pre-printed forms that can easily be copied for the users drawings.
Copyright 0, 1990
American Gear Manufacturers Association
1500 King Street, Suite 201
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
June, 1990
ISBN: 1-55589-571-g
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FOREWORD
[The foreword, footnotes, and appendices, if any, are provided for informational purposes only, and
should not be construed as a part of American Gear Manufacturers Association 9 lo-C90, Formats for
Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data.]
Gathering of data for this Information Sheet, including questionnaires and surveys, was begun in the
spring of 1953. The committee recognized at that time the need for standardized fine-pitch gear drawing
format data. Individual sections on spur, helical, straight bevel, spiral and Zero1 bevel gears; worm and
wormgears; face gears and pinions; and spur and helical racks were first prepared by the Task Committee
on Drawing Formats.
Each section was carefully reviewed by the Fine-Pitch Gearing Committee. Certain sections were
reworked to bring them in line with the work being done by the Aerospace Gearing Committee in the field
of angular accuracy specification, The formats for spur and helical gears were published as Appendix C of
AGMA Standard 207.04 in June, 1956. The formats for worm and wormgears were published as
Appendix B of AGMA Standard 374.03 in July, 1956. The early development work, continued review
and revision, and field testing has resulted in this Information Sheet which the committee feels is based on
sound gear engineering and one which can be easily understood by both the shopman and inspector.
The first complete draft of this Information Sheet was prepared in September, 1957. It was approved
by the AGMA membership in February, 1961. Printing of the Information Sheet was held up in order to
make it conform to AGMA 390.03, AGMA Gear Handbook, Volume 1, Gear Classification, Materials
and Measuring Methods for Unassembled Gears.
AGMA 114.02 was a revision of 114.01 which was approved by the AGMA membership in July,
1972.
AGMA 910-C90 is a revision of AGMA 114.02 which updates the style and formats for spur gears,
helical gears, bevel gears, wormgearing, face gears and racks. It was approved by the members of the
Fine-Pitch Gearing Committee on February 27, 1990. It was recommended by the Technical Devision
Execitive Committee for publication and approved by the members on June 10, 1990.
AGMA
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PERSONNEL of the AGMA Committee for Fine Pitch Gearing
Chairman: D. E. Bailey (Rochester Gear, Inc.)
ACTIVE MEMBERS
P. M. Dean, Jr. (Honorary Member)
F. R. Estabrook, Jr. (Consultant)
I. Laskin (Consultant)
D. McCarroll (Gleason)
J. R. Mihelick (Reliance Electric Company)
R. Mills (Eastman Kodak)
D. H. Senkfor (Precision Gear)
L. J. Smith (Invincible Gear)
R. E. Smith (Consultant)
G. E. Thomas (Bison Gear)
ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
C. R. Firestone (Reliance Electric)
D. R. Gimpert (Koepfer America)
T. J. Krenzer (Gleason)
G. E. Olson (Cleveland Gear)
J. M. Olchawa (Litton)
G. R. Schwartz (Power-Tech)
E. E. Shipley (Mechanical Technology)
J. L. Smallwood (Smallwood & Son Machine Co.)
D. A. Sylvester (Power-Tech)
T. Urabe (Tsubakimoto Chain)
G. L. Vesey (ITW/Spiroid)
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Table of Contents
Section Title
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1. Scope . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
2. Definitions of Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
3. Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
4. Gear Specification Formats for Spur and Helical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
5. Gear Specification Formats for Bevel Gear Data . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
6. Gear Specification Formats for Wormgearing Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
7. Gear Specification Formats for Face Gear Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
8. Gear Specification Formats for Rack Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Appendix
Gear Specification Formats for Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 19
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1. Scope
The formats supplied are intended as guides
in the preparation of fine-pitch (20 diametral
pitch or finer) gear drawings. They show the
proper data to be placed on drawings of gears
which are to be used for general purpose light
loads or control gear applications. In each case
the data shown indicates the minimum or basic
number of items that should be specified for each
type of gearing.
2. Definitions of Terms
Addendum, a. Addendum is the height by which
a tooth projects beyond (outside for external, or
inside for internal) the standard pitch circle or
pitch line; also the radial distance between the
pitch circle and the addendum circle.
Addendum is a reference dimension shown
on drawings as an engineering convenience.
In a bevel gear, addendum is the height by
which a tooth projects beyond the pitch cone and
is measured at the outer end of the teeth.
In wormgearing, addendum is the radial
distance between the standard pitch cylinder and
the outside circle of the worm and wormgear. Its
actual value is dependent on the specification of
outside diameter of the worm. In the case of
throated wormgears the addendum is the radial
distance from the pitch cylinder to the deepest
portion of the throat.
Backlash, B. Backlash is the amount by which
the width of a tooth space exceeds the thickness
of the engaging tooth on the operating pitch
circles.
As actually indicated by measuring devices,
backlash may be determined variously in the
transverse, normal, or axial planes, and either in
the direction of the pitch circles, or on the line of
action. Such measurements may be converted to
corresponding values on transverse pitch circles
for general comparisons.
Backlash can also be determined from
measurements made on a variable center distance
fixture.
Chordal Addendum, uc. Chordal addendum is
the height from the top of the tooth to the chord
subtending the circular thickness arc. This
dimension is required when making chordal tooth
thickness measurements of the gears.
Chordal Thickness, tc. Chordal Thickness is
the length of the chord subtending a circular
thickness arc. It is generally difficult to make
chordal tooth measurements on gears of diametral
pitches finer than 48 or worms finer than 0.065
circular pitch. Other means of specifying gear
tooth thickness may be required for very fine
diametral pitch gears.
Composite Action Test (Double Flank). The
composite action test is a method of inspection in
which the work gear is rolled in tight double flank
contact with a master or a specified gear, in order
to determine composite variations. The
composite action test must be made on a variable
center distance composite action test device.
Composite Tolerance, Tooth-to-Tooth (Double
Flank),
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The permissible amount of
tooth-to-tooth composite variation.
Composite Tolerance, Total (Double Flank),
V cqp The permissible amount of total composite
variation.
Composite Variation (Double Flank). Com-
posite variation is the total change in center
distance when a gear is inspected by a composite
action test.
Composite Variation, Tooth-to-Tooth (Double
Flank), V . The greatest change in center
distance w * e %ll the gear being tested is rotated
through 360 degree/N during a double flank
composite action test.
Composite Variation, Total (Double Flank),
v . The total change in center distance while the
g% being tested is rotated one complete
revolution during a double flank composite action
test.
Control Gear Part Number. Control gear part
number is a reference to the specific gear to be
used to control the tooth thickness of the gear
under consideration. Since master gears are not
commonly available for bevel gears, it is
customary to use a control gear, which is obtained
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by selection, when inspecting subsequent gears of
a given gear tooth design.
Cutter Number. Cutter number is a specification
of the cutter to be used to cut the face gear. The
correct generation of a face gear tooth profile is
dependent upon the correct selection of the
cutter.
Dedendum, b. Dedendum is the depth of a tooth
space below the standard (reference) pitch circle
or pitch line; also the radial distance between the
pitch circle and the root circle.
Dedendum in bevel gearing is the portion of
the tooth extending below the pitch cone and is
measured at the outer end of the teeth.
Face Angle, TO. Face angle, in a bevel or hypoid
gear, is the angle between an element of the face
cone and its axis. The face cone is customarily
defined by the top lands of the teeth. In some
designs of bevel gearing the face cone elements do
not pass through the apex.
Grinding Wheel or Cutter Diameter. Grinding
wheel or cutter diameter is a necessary
specification of the size of the cutter required to
produce the desired worm thread profile. The
thread profile can be shown to vary depending on
the diameter of the cutter used to produce the
thread.
Hand of Helix. Hand of helix is the direction in
which the teeth twist as they recede from an
observer looking along the axis. A right hand
helix twists clockwise and a left hand helix twists
counterclockwise.
A left hand helical rack has teeth which
recede toward the left when viewed
perpendicularly to the face of the rack; that is,
when viewed in a direction parallel to the
theoretical axis of the rack. A right hand helical
rack has teeth which recede toward the right when
viewed perpendicularly to the face of the rack;
that is, when viewed in a direction parallel to the
theoretical axis of the rack.
Hand of Spiral. Hand of spiral is the direction in
which the teeth twist from an observer looking
along the axis toward the face of the bevel gear. A
right hand spiral twists clockwise; left hand,
counterclockwise.
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Helix Angle, $. Helix angle is the angle between
any helix and an element of its cylinder. In
helical gears and worms, it is at the standard pitch
circle unless otherwise specified.
Initial Contact Area. Initial contact area is a
specification of the amount of the area of contact
between master and gear. An initial area of
contact of approximately 50 percent is generally
considered satisfactory.
Inner Diameter. Inner diameter is the diameter
of the cylinder bounding the inner ends of the
face gear teeth. This diameter is given a plus
tolerance.
Lead. Lead is the axial advance of a helix for
one complete revolution (360 degrees), as in the
threads of cylindrical worms, and the teeth of
helical gears. It also applies to the teeth of a
wormgear.
Lead Angle, X. Lead angle is the angle between
any helix and a plane of rotation. It is the
complement of the helix angle and is used for
convenience in worms and hobs. It is understood
to be at the pitch diameter unless otherwise
specified.
Lead Tolerance. Lead tolerance is the allowable
departure from the theoretical lead. In the case
of a single thread worm the lead tolerance is
customarily specified over one turn and over three
turns of the thread. In the case of multiple thread
worms, lead tolerance is specified over 1 axial
pitch and over three axial pitches. Note: The
term lead tolerance does not apply to helical
gears. Tooth Alignment Tolerance is the proper
term. See ANWAGMA 2000-A88 for a more
complete discussion.
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Machine Set-up Summary. Machine set-up
summary is the information required to make
machine settings. While the information for
machine settings may be shown on the part
drawing, it is customary, and usually preferred, to
have a separate data sheet giving this information.
When a separate data sheet is used, its summary
drawing number should be given on the part
drawing.
Master Gear Specification. Master gear
specification is a specific reference to the master
required to inspect a gear. This may be
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referenced in one of the following manners:
number of teeth and basic tooth thickness, tool
number, or the code number of the master gear
required.
Mating Gear Part Number. Mating gear part
number may be shown as a convenient reference.
Maximum Root Diameter. Maximum root
diameter is specified to assure adequate clearance
for the outside diameter of the mating gear.
Measurement Over Pins. Measurement over
pins is the measurement of the distance over a pin
positioned in a tooth space and a reference
surface. The reference surface may be the
reference axis of the gear, a datum surface or
either one or two pins positioned in a tooth space
or spaces opposite the first. This measurement is
used to determine tooth thickness and is not
applicable to face gears, bevel gears, or throated
wormgears.
Worms are usually checked over 3 wires.
Balls may be used for larger size internal helical
gears.
Minimum Backlash at Assembly. Minimum
backlash at assembly is often specified to assist in
the assembly operation when adjustable centers
are used.
Minimum Operating Mounting Distance.
Minimum operating mounting distance is often
specified to eliminate the necessity of getting
prints of the mating gear and assemblies for
checking the design specifications, interference,
backlash and determination of master gear
specification.
Mounting Distance. Mounting distance is the
distance from the axis of the mating part to the
mounting surface of the part under consideration
in gearing on perpendicular axes.
In bevel gearing, the mounting distance of the
gear is the distance from the axis of the pinion to
the surface of the gear that controls its axial
position. The mounting distance of the pinion is
the distance from the axis of the gear to the
surface of the pinion that controls its axial
position.
In face gearing, the mounting distance of the
face gear is the distance from the axis of the
pinion to the surface on the gear that controls its
axial position.
In wormgearing, the mounting distance is a
specification that controls the position of the
worm in the throat of the wormgear teeth.
Normal Chordal Addendum, ant. Normal
chordal addendum is the chordal addendum in
the plane normal to the pitch helix at the center
of the tooth. Any convenient measuring diameter
may be selected, not necessarily the pitch
diameter.
Normal Chordal Thickness, t nc. Normal
chordal thickness is the chordal thickness in the
plane normal to the pitch helix or the tooth trace
at the center of the tooth. Any convenient
measuring diameter may be selected, not
necessarily the pitch diameter.
Number of Teeth, N. The number of teeth in 360
degrees of gear circumference. In case of a sector
gear, both the actual number of teeth in the sector
and the theoretical number of teeth in 360
degrees should be given.
Number of Threads. The number of threads in a
worm is the number of threads contained in the
whole circumference of the pitch circle. The term
starts is sometimes used to differentiate
between the number of convolutions along the
length of the worm, and individual number of
threads.
Number of Threads or Teeth. Number of
threads or teeth in mating part is shown for
reference purposes only.
Outer Cone Distance, 4. The outer cone
distance in bevel gears is the distance from the
apex of the pitch cone to the outer ends of the
teeth. When not otherwise specified, the short
term cone distance is assumed to be outer cone
distance. It is customary to give the diametral
pitch, tooth thickness, addendum, and dedendum
in bevel gears at the outer cone distance and,
although not essential, to make the elements of
the back cone perpendicular to the elements of
the pitch cone.
Outer Diameter. Outer diameter is the diameter
of the cylinder bounding the outer ends of the
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face gear teeth. This diameter is given a minus
tolerance.
Outside Diameter, D,. Outside diameter is the
diameter of the addendum (outside) circle. In a
bevel gear it is the diameter of the crown circle.
In a throated wormgear it is the maximum
diameter of the blank. The term applies to
external gears.
Outside diameter is usually shown on the
drawing of the gear together with other blank
dimensions so that it will not be necessary for
machine operators to search gear tooth data for
this dimension. Since outside diameter is also
used in the manufacture and inspection of the
teeth, it may be included in the data block with
other tooth specifications if preferred. To enable
use of topping hobs for cutting gears on which the
tooth thickness has been modified from standard,
the outside diameter should be related to the
specified equivalent testing radius. See test
radius.
Pitch, Axial. Axial pitch is the pitch of a gear
parallel to the axis of rotation.
Pitch, Circular, p. Circular pitch is the distance
along a specified pitch circle or pitch line between
corresponding profiles of adjacent teeth. Unless
otherwise specified it is given on the standard
pitch circle.
Pitch, Diametral, pd. Diametral pitch is the
ratio of the number of teeth to the pitch diameter
in the transverse plane. It is also defined from the
pitch of the basic rack.
pd
= NID or
pd
= dp
Pitch, Normal Diametral, P&I. The normal
diametral pitch is a ratio of the pitch diameter to
the number of teeth corrected by the helix angle.
In helical gearing, the diametral pitch can be
referenced to the normal plane by applying the
cosine of the helix angle.
P
nd
= Pd I cos qr = N ID cos @
Pitch Angle, P. The pitch angle in bevel gears is
the angle between an element of a pitch cone and
its axis. In external and internal gears, the pitch
angles are respectively less than and greater than
90 degrees. The sum of the pitch angles of the
gear and its mate should equal the shaft angle of
the pair. Although pitch angle cannot be directly
measured, it is a convenience when considering
the engineering aspect of the gear.
Pitch Plane to Reference Surface Dimension.
Pitch plane to reference surface dimension of a
spur or helical rack is that dimension used to
establish location of the pitch plane. The
reference surface usually is, but may or may not
be, the mounting surface.
Point Width of Grinding Wheel or Cutter.
Point width of grinding wheel or cutter is a
specification controlling the space width and the
whole depth of the thread of the worm.
Pressure Angle, +, is in general the angle at a
pitch point between the line of pressure which is
normal to the tooth surface, and the plane tangent
to the pitch surface. The pressure angle gives the
direction of the normal to the tooth profile. The
pressure angle is equal to the profile angle at the
standard pitch circle and can be termed the
*standard pressure angle at that point.
Profile Angle, Normal, $r. The normal profile
angle is the angle at a point on the pitch cylinder
between the line of action which is normal to the
tooth surface and the plane tangent to the pitch
cylinder.
Profile Angle, Transverse, $ . The transverse
profile angle is the profile angle in a transverse
plane.
Quality Number, AGMA, Q. AGMA quality
number is specified for convenience when talking
or writing about the accuracy of the gear. These
classes are defined in ANWAGMA 2000-A88
and AGMA 390.03a.
Root Angle, rR. Root angle, in a bevel or
hypoid gear, is the angle between an element of
the root cone and its axis. The root cone is
customarily defined by the bottom lands of the
teeth; however, in some designs of straight bevel
gears the bottom lands are not straight line
elements, and in other designs the root cone
elements do not pass through the pitch cone apex.
Shaft Angle, C. The shaft angle is the angle
between the axes of two non-parallel gear shafts.
In a pair of crossed helical gears, the shaft angle
lies between the oppositely rotating portions of the
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two shafts. This applies also in the case of
wormgearing. In bevel gears, the shaft angle is the
sum of the two pitch angles. In hypoid gears, the
shaft angle is given when starting a design, and it
does not have a fixed relation to the pitch angles
and spiral angles.
Spiral Angle, e. Spiral angle, in a spiral bevel
gear, is the angle between the tooth trace and an
element of the pitch cone, and corresponds to the
helix angle of helical teeth. Unless otherwise
specified, the spiral angle is understood to be at
the mean cone distance.
Testing Load. Testing Load is the recommended
load between the work and the master gear when
performing the rolling test as specified in
ANWAGMA 2000-A88. Incorrect testing load
will result in incorrect measurement of testing
radius.
Tooth Contact Pattern Displacement. The
tooth contact pattern of face gears is very sensitive
to small changes in mounting distance. In cases
where smooth operation is critical, it is desirable
not to depart more than +O.OOl inches from the
nominal setting. The shape and location of the
tooth contact pattern is influenced by cutter size,
Standard Pitch Diameter, D. The standard pitch
cutter tilt, and blank proportions.
diameter is the diameter of the standard pitch
Tooth Form. Tooth form defines the pinion or
circle. In spur and helical gears, unless otherwise
gear tooth profile, and may be specified as
specified, pitch diameter is related to the number
standard addendum, long addendum, short
of teeth and the standard transverse pitch. It is
addendum, modified involute, or special. In case
obtained as:
a modified involute or special tooth form is
D= N / Pd = Nxph
required, a detailed view should be shown on the
drawing.
Surface Texture. Surface texture on functional
profile surfaces is a measure of the quality of the
surface finish of the tooth. It is very difficult to
accurately determine the surface roughness of fine
pitch gears. For many applications it is
considered to be acceptable on gears which meet
the maximum tooth-to-tooth composite tolerance
specification.
Test Radius, Rr . The test radius is a number
used as an arithmetic convention established to
simplify the determination of the proper test
distance between a master and a work gear for a
composite action test. It is used as a measure of
the effective size of a gear. The test radius of the
master, plus the test radius of the work gear is the
set-up center distance of a composite action test
device. Test radius is not the same as the
operating pitch radii of the two tightly meshing
gears unless both are perfect and to basic or
standard tooth thickness.
Testing dimension of a face gear is the
distance from the mounting surface of the face
gear to the standard pitch line of a standard
master when in intimate contact under
recommended load on a variable center distance
running gage.
Tooth form on worms and wormgears is a
specification of the profile of the thread or the
wormgear tooth. The section in which the tooth
form is specified should be noted. The worm
thread profile is usually controlled by a
specification of the cutter, and the wormgear
tooth profile may be controlled by a reference to
either the mating worm or preferably to the hob
designed to cut the wormgear. Special cases
should be controlled by reference to a tooth
profile chart.
Tooth Thickness. Tooth thickness is the
thickness of a tooth at a specified diameter or
tooth height.
Maximum calculated circular thickness on
the standard pitch circle is the tooth thickness
which will provide the desired minimum backlash
when the gear is assembled in mesh with its mate
It is best on minimum mounting distance.
controlled by testing in tight mesh with a master
which integrates all the tolerances in the several
teeth in the mesh through the arc of action. It is
independent of the effects of runout. Circular
thickness is used for calculating purposes and is
not directly measured.
Maximum calculated normal circular
thickness is the circular tooth thickness in the
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normal plane which satisfies requirements
explained in maximum calculated circular
thickness on the standard pitch circle.
Maximum calculated thread thickness is the
thickness of the worm thread on a standard pitch
circle. It is the thickness which will provide the
desired minimum backlash when the gear is
assembled in mesh with the worm on minimum
center distance. It is best controlled by means of
chordal thickness or over-pins measurements. In
wormgearing it is customary to vary the thickness
of the worm thread in order to achieve the desired
backlash in the mesh. A change in the thickness
of the worm thread will not affect the initial
contact area between worm and thread to the
same degree as a change in the thickness of the
wormgear teeth.
Whole Depth, h, . Whole depth is the total
depth of a tooth space. It is equal to the
addendum plus dedendum; also equal to working
depth plus clearance. Whole depth is used as a
guide in selecting the proper cutter. Its actual
value is dependent on the specification of outside
diameter.
In the case of bevel gears, whole depth is
specified at the large end or heel of the tooth.
In the case of wormgearing whole depth is the
total radial depth of the tooth or thread space. In
the case of the worm its actual value is dependent
on the specification of outside diameter and of
root diameter, or in some cases by a specification
of the point width of the cutter or grinding wheel,
and the thread thickness of the worm. The values
of addendum and whole depth on a wormgear are
customarily controlled by a specification of the
cutting tool used to produce the wormgear.
In the case of face gearing whole depth is the
total depth of a tooth space. It is the distance
between the plane defining the roots of the teeth
and the plane defining the top lands of the teeth.
3. Application
In addition to the information shown on the
tooth data format, the following items should be
shown, usually in the form of notes:
(1) Material specification
(2) Heat treatment data
(3) Surface protective finishes
A gear drawing may become a part of a
contract between a gear manufacturer and a
buyer. Therefore, no detail essential to the
manufacturing of the gears should be omitted or
left to chance. In fairness to both parties, the
drawing should be specific and complete.
Before using any one format, be sure to
become familiar with all parts of this Information
Sheet.
3.1 Significant Digits. In the format sheets, five
decimal places are shown for accuracy of
calculation. This is not an indication of tolerance.
3.2 Contact Pattern. Gear tooth contact
patterns, if required, are to be negotiated between
the manufacturer and the buyer.
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4. Gear Specification Formats for Spur and Helical Data
Tooth Form per AGMA 207.06
Part Name Part No.
SPUR GEAR DATA
Basic Specifications
Number of Teeth
Diametral Pitch
Profile Angle
Tooth Form
Circ. Tooth Thickness on Std. Pitch Diameter (Max. Calculated)
Manufacturing and Inspection
Outside Diameter
Outside Diameter Concentricity (Full Indicator Movement)
Root Diameter, Maximum
Pin Diameter
Measurement Over - Pins
(Used for inspection if test radius not given)
Master Gear Specification
Testing Load
Total Composite Tolerance
Tooth-to-Tooth Composite Tolerance
Test Radius (Max/Min)
Reference Data
Standard Pitch Diameter
Addendum
Whole Depth, Minimum
AGMA Quality Number
Mating Gear Drawing Number
xxx
xxx.xxxxx
xx.xxxxx
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xx.xxx
.xxx
xx.xxx
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xx.xxxx
.xxxx
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xx.xxxx
xx.xxxxx
.xxxx
.xxx
QXX
AGMA 7 910-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
I-- Tooth Form oer AGMA 207.06 I
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Part Name Part No.
r
INTERNAL, SPUR GEAR DATA
Basic Specifications
Number of Teeth
xxx
Diametral Pitch xxx.xxxxx
Profile Angle xx.xxxxx
Tooth Form
Circ. Tooth Thickness on Std. Pitch Diameter (Max. Calculated)
Manufacturing and Inspection
Inside Diameter
Inside Diameter Concentricity (Full Indicator Movement)
.xxxxx
xx.xxx
.xxx
Root Diameter, Minimum
Pin Diameter
xx.xxx
.xxxxx
Measurement Between - Pins
for insnection if test radius not given) 1
xx.xxxx
Master Gear Specification
Testing Load
Total Composite Tolerance
Tooth-to-Tooth Composite Tolerance
.xxxx
.xxxx
Test Radius (Max/Min)
xx.xxxx
Reference Data
1 Standard Pitch Diameter xx.xxxxx
Addendum
Whole Depth, Minimum
AGMA Quality Number
Mating Gear Drawing Number
QXX
AGMA 8 9 lo-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
Tooth Form per AGMA 207.06
Part Name Part No.
HELICAL GEAR DATA
Basic Specifications
Number of Teeth
Normal Diametral Pitch
xxx
xxx.xxxxx
Normal Profile Angle
Helii Angle, Hand (LH or RH)
Tooth Form
xx.xxxxx
xx.xxxxx
Normal Circ. Tooth Thickness on Std. Pitch Dia. (Max. Calculated)
Manufacturing and Inspection
.xxxxx
I Outside Diameter I xx.xxxn
Outside Diameter Concentricity (Full Indicator Movement)
Root Diameter, Maximum
.xxxx
xx.xxx
~ Pin Diameter
~ Measurement Over - Pins
(Used for inspection if test radius not given)
Master Gear Specification
Testing Load
Total Composite Tolerance
Tooth-to-Tooth Comnosite Tolerance
.xxxxx
xx.xxxx
.xxxx
.xxxx
Test Radius (Max/Min)
Reference Data
xx.xxxx
Standard Pitch Diameter
I
xx .xxxxx
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Transverse Diametral Pitch
Transverse Profile Angle
xxx.xxxxx
xx.xxxxx
Addendum
Whole Depth, Minimum
Lead
.xxxx
.xxx
xxx.xxxxx
AGMA Quality Number
Mating Gear Drawing Number
QXX
AGMA 9 9 lo-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
I Tooth Form per AGMA 207.06
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Part Name Part No.
INTERNAL HELICAL GEAR DATA
Basic Specifications
Number of Teeth
Normal Diametral Pitch
xxx
xxx.xxxxx
Normal Profile Angle
Helix Angle, Hand (LH or RH)
Tooth Form
xx.xxxxx
xx.xxxxx
Normal Circ. Tooth Thickness on Std. Pitch Dia. (Max. Calculated)
Manufacturing and Inspection
.xxxxx
Inside Diameter
Inside Diameter Concentricity (Full Indicator Movement)
Root Diameter, Minimum
xx.xxxx
.xxxx
xx.xxx
Pin Diameter
Measurement Between - Pins
(Used for inspection if test radius not given)
Master Gear Specification
Testing Load
.xxxxx
xx.xxxx
Total Composite Tolerance
Tooth-to-Tooth Composite Tolerance
Test Radius (Max/Min)
Reference Data
Standard Pitch Diameter
Transverse Diametral Pitch
.xxxx
.xxxx
xx.xxxx
xx.xxxxx
xxx.xxxxx
Transverse Profile Angle
Addendum
r ~~~ Whole Denth. Minimum
xx.xxxxx
.xxxx
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.xxx
I
Lead
AGMA Quality Number
Mating Gear Drawing Number
xxx.xxxxx
QXX
AGMA 10 9 lo-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
5. Gear Specification Formats for Bevel Gear Data
Tooth Form per ANSIIAGMA 2005B88
Part Name Part No.
STRAIGHT BEVEL GEAR DATA*
Basic Specifications
Number of Teeth
xxx
Diametral Pitch xxx.xxxxx
Standard Pitch Diameter xx .xxxxx
Profile Angle xx.xxxxx
Shaft Angle xx.xxxxx
Pitch Angle xX.xXxX0
Addendum
.xxxx
Whole Depth, Minimum
.xxx
Root Angle xx.xxxx o
Face Angle xX.xXxX0
Outside Diameter xx.xxxx
-Ref. Circ. Thickness on Std. Pitch Circle .xxxxx
Ref. Number of Teeth in Mating Gear xxx
Mating Gear Drawing Number
Mounting Distance xx.xxx
Manufacturing and Inspection
Control Gear Number
Chordal Addendumt .xxxx
Chordal Thickness t .xxxx
AGMA Quality Number QXX
Backlash with Mate or Control Gear at Specified
Mounting Distance (MaxJMin.)
.xxxx
Total Composite Tolerance .xxxx
l For data on the determination of bevel gear tooth proportions, see ANSUAGMA 2005B88.
For data on inspection and quality class, see AGMA 331.01 and 390.03a.
t This may not be applicable to finer pitch gears.
AGMA 11 910-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
Tooth Form per ANSIIAGMA 2005B88
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Part Name Part No.
SPIRAL BEVEL GEAR DATA*
Basic Specifications
I Number of Teeth
xxx
1 Diametral Pitch xxx.xxxxx
Profile Angle xxx.xxxxx
Spiral Angle
xxx.xxxxx
Standard Pitch Diameter xxx.xxxxx
I Shaft Angle xxx.xxxxx
1 Pitch Angle xxx.xxxx
1 Hand of Spiral, Pinion
I Addendum .xxxx
I Whole Depth, Minimum .xxx
1 Root Angle
1 Face Angle I xX.xXxX0 I
Outside Diameter
1 Tooth Form per ANSI/AGMA 2005-B88
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Circ. Thickness on Pitch Circle .xxxxx
Ref. Number of Teeth in Mating Gear
Mating Gear Drawing Number
xxx
I Mounting Distance I xx.xxx I
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Manufacturing and Inspection
r-c I
Control Gear Part Number
AGMA Quality Number
Total Comnosite Tolerance
QXX
.xxxx
Ref. Machine Setup Summary Number
Backlash with Mate or Control Gear at Specified
Mounting Distance (Max./Mm)
.xxxx
* For data on the determination of bevel gear tooth proportions, see ANSUAGMA 2005-B88.
For data on inspection and quality class, see AGMA 331.01 and 390.03a.
AGMA 12 9 lo-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
6. Gear Specification Formats for Wormgearing Data
Tooth Form per AGMA 374.04
Part Name Part No.
WORMGEAR DATA
Basic Specifications
Number of Teeth
Normal Diametral Pitch
Normal Profile Angle
Helix Angle
Hand (LH or RH)
xxx
xxx.xxxxx
xx.xxxxx
xx.xxxxx
Tooth Form, see AGMA Standard 374.04.
Outside Diameter
Throat Diameter (if required)
Root Diameter, Maximum
xxx .xxx
xxx.xxx
xxx.xxx
Normal Circ. Tooth Thickness on Std. Pitch Dia. (Max. Calculated)
Manufacturing and Inspection
.xxxxx
Pin or Ball Diameter
I .xxxxx
Measurement Over Pins or Balls
(Used for inspection if test radius not given)
Total Comoosite Tolerance
xxx.xxxxx
.xxxx
A
Tooth-to-Tooth Composite Tolerance
Mounting Distance
I
.xxxx
XXX
Reference Data
Standard Pitch Diameter
I
xxx.xxxxx
Circular Pitch
Whole Depth, Minimum
.xxxxx
.xxx
AGMA Quality Number
Designed Center Distance
Lead of Mating Worm
Pitch Diameter of Mating Worm
Number of Threads in Mating Worm
Mating Worm Drawing Number
QXX
xxx.xxx
xx.xxxxx
xx.xxxxx
xx
NOTE: Normal Diametral Pitch is preferred as the basic design criterion; however, Circular Pitch
may be used.
AGMA 13 910-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
Tooth Form per AGMA 374.04
Part Name Part No.
WORM DATA
Basic Specifications
Number of Threads
Normal Diametral Pitch
Normal Profile Angle
xx
xxx.xxxxx
xx.xxxxx
Lead
Lead Angle
xx .xxxxx
xx.xxxxx
Hand (LH or RH)
Tooth Form; see AGMA Standard 374.04.
Outside Diameter xx.xxx
Root Diameter, Maximum
Normal Circ. Tooth Thickness on Std. Pitch Circle (Max. Calculated)
Manufacturing and Inspection
xx.xxx
.xxxxx
Pin Diameter
Measurement Over - Pins
(Used for inspection if test radius not given)
Total Composite Tolerance
Tooth-to-Tooth Composite Tolerance
Reference Data
.xxxxx
xx.xxxx
.xxxx
.xxxx
Standard Pitch Diameter
Axial Pitch
xx.xxxxx
.xxxxx
Whole Depth, Minimum
AGMA Quality Number
Designed Center Distance
Pitch Diameter of Mating Wormgear
Mating Gear Drawing Number
.xxx
QXX
xxx .xxx
xxx.xxxxx
NOTE: Normal Diametral Pitch is preferred as the basic design criterion; however, Axial Pitch
may be used.
AGMA 14 9 lo-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
7. Gear Specification Formats for Face Gear Data
Tooth Form per AGMA 203.03
Part Name Part No.
FACE GEAR DATA
Basic Specifications
Number of Teeth
Diametral Pitch
Profile Angle (Cutter)
Circular Tooth Thickness on Standard Pitch Line (Max. Calculated)
Addendum
Whole Depth Minimum
Outer Diameter
Inner Diameter
Manufacturing and Inspection
Testing Dimension (Center Line of Pinion to Mounting Surface)
AGMA Quality Number
Total Composite Tolerance
Tooth-to-Tooth Composite Tolerance
Reference Data
Mounting Distance
Cutter Number
Master Gear Specification
Master Number of Teeth
xxx
xxx.xxxxx
xx.xxxxx
.xxx
.xxx
.xxx
xx.xxx
xx.xxx
xx.xxxx
QXX
.xxxx
.xxxx
xx.xxxx
xxx
NOTE: For data on the determination of face gear tooth proportions, see AGMA 203.03.
AGMA 15 9 lo-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
8. Gear Specification Formats for Rack Data
Tooth Form ver AGMA 207.06
Part Name Part No.
SPUR RACK DATA
Basic Specifications
Number of Teeth I
xxx
Diametral Pitch I xxx.xxx
Profile Angle
Tooth Form
xx.xxxxxO
Circ. Tooth Thickness on Std. Pitch Line (Max. Calculated)
Manufacturing and Inspection
I
.xxxxx
Pin Diameter I .xxxxx
Measurement Over ---- Pins
(Used for inspection if test radius not given)
Master Gear Specification
Testing Load
Total Composite Tolerance
xx.xxxx
.xxxx
Tooth-to-Tooth Composite Tolerance
Test Dimension (Max/Mm)
.xxxx
xx.xxxx
Reference Data
Standard Pitch Line to Reference Plane
Addendum
Whole Depth, Minimum
AGMA Quality Number
Mating Gear Drawing Number
xx.xxxx
.xxxx
.xxx
QXX
AGMA 16 9 lo-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
Tooth Form Der AGMA 207.06 I
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Part Name Part No.
HELICAL RACK DATA
Basic Specifications
Number of Teeth
xxx
Normal Diametral Pitch
Normal Profile Angle
xxx .xxx
xx.xxxxx
Helix Angle, Hand (LH or RH) xx.xxxxx
I
Tooth Form
Normal Circ. Tooth Thickness on Std. Pitch Line (Max. Calculated) .xxxxx
Manufacturing and Inspection
Pin Diameter .xxxxx
Measurement Over - Pins
(Used for inspection if test radius not given)
Master Gear Soecification
xx.xxxx
I
Testing Load
I
Total Composite Tolerance
I .xxxx I
Tooth-to-Tooth Composite Tolerance
Test Dimension (Max/Min)
.xxxx
xx .xxxx
I Reference Data I
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Standard Pitch Line to Reference Plane
I
xx.xxxx
I
Transverse Diametral Pitch
Transverse Profile Angle
xx.xxxxx
xx.xxxxx
Addendum
Whole Depth
AGMA Quality Number
.xxxx
.xxx
QXX
Mating Gear Drawing Number
AGMA 17 910-c90
AGMA
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
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18 910-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
Appendix A
This Appendix consists of blank, pre-printed forms that can
easily be copied for the users drawings.
Tooth Form per AGMA 207.06
Part Name Part No.
SPUR GEAR DATA
Basic Specifications
1 Number of Teeth I I
Diametral Pitch
Profile Angle
1 Tooth Form
Circ. Tooth Thickness on Std. Pitch Diameter (Max. Calculated)
I
Manufacturing and Inspection
1 Outside Diameter I I
Outside Diameter Concentricity (Full Indicator Movement)
Root Diameter, Maximum
Pin Diameter
Measurement Over - PiI-lS
(Used for inspection if test radius not given)
Master Gear Specification
Testine Load
Total Composite Tolerance
Tooth-to-Tooth Composite Tolerance
Test Radius (Max/Min)
Reference Data
Standard Pitch Diameter
I 1
Addendum
Whole Depth, Minimum
AGMA Quality Number
Mating Gear Drawing Number
AGMA 19 9 lo-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
Tooth Form per AGMA 207.06
Part Name Part No.
INTERNAL SPUR GEAR DATA
Basic Specifications
Number of Teeth
Diametral Pitch
Profile Angle
I
Tooth Form
1 Circ. Tooth Thickness on Std. Pitch Diameter (Max. Calculated) 1
I
I
Manufacturing and Inspection
I
I I I- ~~~ ~~
Inside Diameter
Inside Diameter Concentricity (FuIl Indicator Movement)
Root Diameter, Minimum
Pin Diameter
Measurement Between - Pin.5
(Used for inspection if test radius not given)
Master Gear Specification
Testing Load
I~- ~~~
Total Composite Tolerance
I I
Tooth-to-Tooth Composite Tolerance
1 Test Radius (Max/Min)
Reference Data
Standard Pitch Diameter
Addendum
Whole Depth, Minimum
AGMA Oualitv Number
Mating Gear Drawing Number
AGMA 20 9 lo-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
Part Name
Tooth Form per AGMA 207.06
Part No.
HELICAL GEAR DATA
Basic Specifications
Number of Teeth
I
Normal Diametral Pitch
Normal Profile Angle
Helix Angle, Hand (LH or RH)
Tooth Form
Normal Circ. Tooth Thickness on Std. Pitch Dia. (Max. Calculated)
Manufacturing and Inspection
I Outside Diameter I I
Outside Diameter Concentricity (Full Indicator Movement)
Root Diameter, Maximum
Pin Diameter
Measurement Over - Pins
(Used for inspection if test radius not given)
Master Gear Specification
Testing Load
Total Composite Tolerance
Tooth-to-Tooth Composite Tolerance
Test Radius (MaxiMin)
I
RefeTence Data
Standard Pitch Diameter I 1
Transverse Diametral Pitch
Transverse Profile Angle
Addendum
Whole Depth, Minimum
Lead
AGMA Quality Number
Mating Gear Drawing Number
I
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AGMA 21 910-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
Tooth Form oer AGMA 207.06
Part No.
INTERNAL HELICAL GEAR DATA
Basic Specifications
Number of Teeth
I
Normal Diametral Pitch
Normal Profile Angle
1~ Helix Angle, Hand (LH or RI-I)
I I
Tooth Form
Normal Circ. Tooth Thickness on Std. Pitch Dia. (Max. Calculated)
Manufacturing and Inspection
Inside Diameter
Inside Diameter Concentricity (Full Indicator Movement)
Root Diameter, Minimum
Pin Diameter
I
Measurement Between - Pins
(Used for insnection if test radius not given) I I
I
Master Gear Specification
I I
Testing Load
Total Composite Tolerance
1 Tooth-to-Tooth Composite Tolerance
Test Radius (Max/Min)
I
r-- ~
Standard Pitch Diameter
Reference Data
I
I
I
Transverse Diametral Pitch
Transverse Profile Angie
Addendum
Whole Depth, Minimum
!
I
1 Lead I I
AGMA Quality Number
Matinp Gear Drawine Number
AGMA 22 9 lo-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
Tooth Form per ANSIIAGMA 2005B88
Part Name Part No.
STRAIGHT BEVEL GEAR DATA*
Basic Specifications
I
Number of Teeth
Diametral Pitch
Standard Pitch Diameter
Profile Angle
1 Shaft Angle
I I
Pitch Angle
r Addendum
1 Whole Depth, Minimum
Face Angle
Tooth Form
Outside Diameter
Ref. Circ. Thickness on Std. Pitch Circle
Ref. Number of Teeth in Mating Gear
Mating Gear Drawing Number
Mounting Distance
Manufacturing and Inspection
Control Gear Number
Chordal Addendumt
Chordal Thickness?
AGMA Quality Number
Backlash with Mate or Control Gear at Specified
Mounting Distance (Max./Min.)
I I
Total Composite Tolerance
I I
* For data on the determination of bevel gear tooth proportions, see ANSVAGMA 2005-B88.
For data on inspection and quality class, see AGMA 331.01 and 390.03a.
t May not be applicable to finer pitch gears.
AGMA 23 9 lo-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
Tooth Form per ANSIIAGMA 2005-888
Part Name Part No.
SPIRAL BEVEL GEAR DATA*
Basic Specifications
Number of Teeth
Diametral Pitch
Profile Angle
Spiral Angle
Standard Pitch Diameter
Shaft Angle
Pitch Angle
Hand of Spiral, Pinion
Addendum
Whole Depth, Minimum
Root Angle
Face Angle
Outside Diameter
Tooth Form per ANWAGMA 2005B88
Circ. Thickness on Pitch Circle
Ref. Number of Teeth in Mating Gear
Mating Gear Drawing Number
Mounting Distance
Manufacturing and Inspection
Control Gear Part Number
AGMA Quality Number
Total Composite Tolerance
Ref. Machine Setup Summary Number
Backlash with Mate or Control Gear at Specified
Mounting Distance (Max./Mm)
* For data on the determination of bevel gear tooth proportions, see ANSUAGMA 2005B88.
For data on inspection and quality class, see AGMA 331.01 and 390.03a.
AGMA 24 9 lo-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
Tooth Form per AGMA 374.04
Part Name Part No.
WORMGEAR DATA
Basic Specifications
Number of Teeth
Normal Diametral Pitch
Normal Profile Angle
Helix Angle
Hand (LH or RH)
Tooth Form, see AGMA Standard 374.04.
Outside Diameter
Throat Diameter (if required)
Root Diameter, Maximum
Normal Circ. Tooth Thickness on Std. Pitch Dia. (Max. Calculated)
Manufacturing and Inspection
Pin or Ball Diameter
Measurement Over Pins or Balls
(Used for inspection if test radius not given)
Total Composite Tolerance
Tooth-to-Tooth Composite Tolerance
Mounting Distance
Reference Data
Standard Pitch Diameter
Circular Pitch
Whole Depth, Minimum
AGMA Quality Number
Designed Center Distance
Lead of Mating Worm
Pitch Diameter of Mating Worm
Number of Threads in Mating Worm
Mating Worm Drawing Number
NOTE: Normal Diametral Pitch is preferred as the basic design criterion; however, Circular Pitch
may be used.
AGMA 25 9 lo-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
Tooth Form per AGMA 374.04
I
Part Name
Basic Specifications
Part No.
WORM DATA
Number of Threads
Normal Diametral Pitch
Normal Profile Angle
Lead
Lead Angle
Hand (LH or RH)
Tooth Form, see AGMA Standard 374.04.
Outside Diameter
Manufacturing and Inspection
Pin Diameter
Measurement Over -
(Used for inspection if test ra%s not given)
Total Composite Tolerance
Tooth-to-Tooth Composite Tolerance
Reference Data
Standard Pitch Diameter
Axial Pitch
Whole Depth, Minimum
AGMA Quality Number
Designed Center Distance
Pitch Diameter of Mating Wormgear
Mating Gear Drawing Number
NOTE: Normal Diametral Pitch is preferred as the basic design criterion; however, Axial Pitch
may be used.
AGMA 26 910-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
Tooth Form per AGMA 203.03
Part Name Part No.
FACE GEAR DATA
Basic Specifications
Number of Teeth
Diametral Pitch
Profile Angle (Cutter)
Circular Tooth Thickness on Standard Pitch Line (Max. Calculated)
Addendum
Whole Depth, Minimum
Outer Diameter
Inner Diameter
Manufacturing and Inspection
Testing Dimension (Center Line of Pinion to Mounting Surface)
AGMA Quality Number
Total Composite Tolerance
Tooth-to-Tooth Composite Tolerance
Reference Data
Mounting Distance
Cutter Number
Master Gear Specification
Master Number of Teeth
NOTE: For data on the determination of face gear tooth proportions, see AGMA 203.03.
AGMA 27 9 lo-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
Tooth Form per AGMA 207.06
Part Name Part No.
SPUR RACK DATA
Basic Specifications
Number of Teeth
Diametral Pitch
Profile Anele
Tooth Form
I
I
Circ. Tooth Thickness on Std. Pitch Line (Max. Calculated)
Manufacturing and Inspection
Pin Diameter
Measurement Over - Pin3
I I
(Used for inspection if test radius not given)
Master Gear Specification
Testing Load
Total Composite Tolerance
Tooth-to-Tooth Composite Tolerance
1 Test Dimension (Max/Min) I I
Reference Data
Standard Pitch Line to Ref. Plane
Addendum
Whole Depth, Minimum
AGMA Quality Number
Mating Gear Drawing Number
AGMA 28 910-c90
Formats for Fine-Pitch Gear Specification Data
Tooth Form oer AGMA 207.06
Part Name Part No.
HELICAL RACK DATA
Basic Specifications
Number of Teeth
Normal Diametral Pitch
Normal Profile Angle
Helix Angle, Hand (LH or RH)
Tooth Form
Normal Circ. Tooth Thickness on Std. Pitch Line (Max. Calculated)
Manufacturing and Inspection
Pin Diameter
Measurement Over - Pins
(Used for inspection if test radius not given)
Master Gear Specification
Testing Load
Total Composite Tolerance
Tooth-to-Tooth Composite Tolerance
Test Dimension (Max/Min)
Reference Data
Standard Pitch Line to Ref. Plane
Transverse Diametral Pitch
Transverse Profile Angle
Addendum
Whole Depth
AGMA Quality Number
Mating Gear Drawing Number
AGMA 29 9 lo-c90