Spline Analysis

Delta Dynamics collaborates with clients to help fulfill their vision for internal and external involute splines. Reach out to us for design collaboration and expert advice that allows your machinery to run smoothly. 

DESIGN COLLABORATION & "FILL IN THE BLANK" ASSISTANCE
CLIENT REQUEST

A client requested for an external involute spline to be cut in a blank shaft. The client provided a drawing with specifications, but the specifications did not offer the internal spline clearance data. 

DELTA DYNAMICS DESIGN COLLABORATION

We helped the client by analyzing the design and drawing, confirming by re-calculation all dimensions given, and calculating those specifications which were missing.


Spline Analysis

The most often referenced DIN 5482 specifications refer to a nominal tooth thickness, but does not offer internal spline CLEARANCE data, or take into account manufacturing tolerances.

Delta Dynamics used spline analysis and calculated the required clearance data. We consulted with the client to determine the necessary tolerances. Our efforts to consult with clients throughout the analysis process keeps them in tune with our development. This minimizes and eliminates potential errors and allows our clients to receive the part that they need.  

 

Spline Analysis

This image shows the area of the internal spline. We completed the drawing with the spline clearance and manufacturing tolerance specifications. This is an excellent example of how closely we pay attention to fine detail to deliver the best possible product to you. 

Spline Analysis

We offered other design changes that would enhance this already well-designed gear set. All design revisions were accepted by the client and a final part was produced that wholly satisfied the client’s requirements.