The well-known gear hobbing process today represents the de facto standard for gears production (both straight or helical). Thanks to low tool cost, new hobbing machines and new coatings, today a very high volume of production can be obtained at a reasonable cost per piece . The hobbing process also allows machining of hardened gears thanks to skiving hobs that can make gears between 58 and 64 HRC, effectively replacing shaving and grinding.

Fast execution time

High-volume production

Low tool cost

Finishing on hardened gears with skiving

Well known technology