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Operating concept

From the beginning, Richardon's first priority was to develop hands on operating concepts. Operators are in steps dialog guided through the menu of the control, supported by displays on the screen. Plausibility checks are constantly made, infeed errors are thus largely avoided. No wishes remain open, whether it is for the machine set-up, tool management or changing parts. Operators are positively surprised about the easy handling of a Richardon hobber when they compare. Programming know how is not required, future operators are normally trained in just a few hours.
 


Because of our in house software development,
customer requests are usually realized within short.

 

Workpiece:
Spur gear
Worm gear

Workpiece:
Worm
Rotor


     

Workpiece:
Bevel gear

Multiple gear shaft

 


     

Tool:
Hob

Tool:
Form milling cutter


     

Maschineconfiguration:
Tailstock

Maschineconfiguration:
duo Mobil loader


     


Spur gears:

  • Radial/axial hobbing
  • Crowning
  • Conical hobbing
  • Crowning and tapered hobbing
  • Single indexing
    ( form milling cutter)
  • 1/2/3 cut cycles method
  • Precision skiving before grinding
  • Hollow hobbing
    (up to 3 per face)

For all technologies:

  • degressive /progressive enter-exit speed
    control. (rpm. and infeed)

 

Visual program management

  • Standard: 400 programs
    (extendable)

Multiple gears in one setup

Worm gears:

  • Radial hobbing
  • Radial-tangential hobbing
  • Radial-high speed hobbing

     

Fully automatic gap centering

Flexible automation solutions
(duoMobil, robots,etc.)

Worms:

  • with hob head
Integrated deburring,
brushing, centrifuging, etc.

Rotors:

  • male and female shaft
Service by wire

Bevel gears:

  • Straight teeth- crowning
Siemens 840D PowerLine,-Siemens 611D drives
 
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