GETPRO Program 2019

Industry and research in dialogue on all aspects of drivetrain production

Tuesday, March 20th, 2019
10:00Opening
Christian Kunze
Research Association for Drive Technology (FVA), Germany
10:15Designing the working environment of tomorrow requires courage and willingness for change!
Johann Soder
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG, Germany
10:45Plastic gears – a different world?!
Dr. Andreas Langheinrich
Horst Scholz GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
11:15
Production of electric machines, focus on transmission/drive train
Acoustic quality testing of electric drives in the end-of-line test
Olaf StramaSaab Medav Technologies GmbH, Germany
Heat treatment
New perspectives in heat treatment in the age of digitalisation
Dr. Klaus LöserALD Vacuum Technologies GmbH, Germany
11:45
Production of electric machines, focus on transmission/drive train
Electric Powertrains Systems for Automotive Applications – Insights into Current Strategies and Future Concepts
Max WojtyniaP3 automotive GmbH, Germany
Heat treatment
Inductive fixture hardening and tempering: A big step forward in gear manufacturingMichael BergmeirEMA Indutec GmbH, Germany
12:15
Production of electric machines, focus on transmission/drive train
Laser applications for the production of future drive train components
Hakan KendirciTRUMPF Laser- und Systemtechnik GmbH, Germany
Heat treatment
“LPC – Outsourcing“ – vacuum case hardening with superior distortion-control as a service
Dr. Volker Heuer VACUHEAT GmbH, Germany
12:40

Lunch break

13:40
Measurement technology 1
GDE – Gear Data Exchange Format – Structure and applications for data exchange and automation in gear production
Prof. Dr.-Ing Günther GravelHamburg University (HAW Hamburg), Germany
Oil, Lubricants ans Components
Application focused bearing rolling elements design
Sebastiano RizzoTsubaki Nakashima Co., Ltd, Italy
14:10
Measurement technology 1
Ripple standards for noise-critical gears – Quick verification of the measuring precision
Thies KahnenbleyHamburg University (HAW Hamburg), Germany
Oil, Lubricants ans Components
Influence of fastener coating, surface texture and machining fluid on the quality of the assembled bolted joints
Mayank KumarAtlas Copco Industrial Technique AB, Sweden
14:40
Measurement technology 1
HYBRID system for the optimal combination of tactile and optical gear measurement
Georg MiesKlingelnberg GmbH, Germany
Oil, Lubricants ans Components
Hotspot Productivity
Rico Pllak BlaserSwisslube AG, Germany
15:10
Measurement technology 1
Combined Functional and Analytical High-Speed In-Line GearAnalysis
Klaus DeiningerGleason-Pfauter Maschinenfabrik GmbH, Germany
Oil, Lubricants ans Components
Metalworking fluids based on biopolymer – Technological breakthrough toward Industry?
Mathias EbelingTOTAL Deutschland GmbH, Germany
15:35

Coffee break

16:15
Measurement technology 2
Gear metrology according to ISO 1328-1: Variety of evaluation strategies for involute cylindrical gears and verification of corresponding algorithms
Dr. Karsten LübkeHexagon Metrology GmbH, Germany
Werkstoffe für Getriebekomponenten und Werkzeuge
Effect of grain size, core hardness and cleanliness on tooth root load capacity
Dr. Houssein JanbeinVestas Windsystem, Germany
16:45
Measurement technology 2
IATF 16949: Traceability, calibration and acceptance of double flank gear testers
Andreas PommerFrenco GmbH, Germany
Innovative steels for lightweight transmission
Dr.-Ing. Sergey KonovalovGeorgsmarienhütte GmbH, Germany
17:15
Measurement technology 2
Optical twist measurement of shaft surface
Dr.-Ing. Albrecht HertzschInnovent e.V., Germany
Werkstoffe für Getriebekomponenten und Werkzeuge
Investigation of the load carrying capacity of carbonitrided bevel
Alexander DrechselTechnical University of Munich, Institute of Machine Elements, Gear Research Centre (FZG), Germany
17:40

End of presentation day 1

Evening Event – Gut Wöllried

19:00

Bus shuttle from Maritim Hotel

19:00

Welcome

Wednesday, March 21st, 2019
08:30
Hard-fine machining
Precise, stable, flexible: focus on modern workpiece clamping technology
Thomas HüblHAINBUCH GMBH SPANNENDE TECHNIK, Germany
Shaping and soft machining of transmission components 1
Lightweight Forging Initiative III: Forging Technology contribution to Lightweight Design
Tobias HofmannHirschvogel Automotive Group, Germany
09:00
Hard-fine machining
Device for super-high precision angular positioning with zero backlash with variable speed and/or variable torque
Valentin Ile Valentin Ile, Bucharest, Romania
Shaping and soft machining of transmission components 1
Tailored solutions for the soft machiningAlexander SchindlerOerlikon Balzers, Lichtenstein
09:30
Hard-fine machining
EUKLID GearCAM – The software solution for easy and accurate 5-axis-milling of gear wheels
Prof. Dr. Max Engeli Euklid CAD/CAM AG, Germany
Shaping and soft machining of transmission components 1
Simulative and Experimental Investigation of Gear Skiving with Reduced Axis Crossing Angles
Bruno Vargas Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT),
Institute of production Science (wbk), Germany
10:00
Hard-fine machining
Demand oriented tool design of gear grinding processes
Dr. Tim Göttsching Hermes Schleifmittel GmbH, Germany
Shaping and soft machining of transmission components 1
Extending the Limits of the ChamferCut Process
Dr.-Ing. Mesut Ibis LMT Fette Werkzeugtechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
10:30
Hard-fine machining
Effect of heat treatment on the technological limits during continuous generating gear grinding
Stepan Jermolajev Leibniz Institute for Materials Engineering IWT, Germany
Shaping and soft machining of transmission components 1
The Evolution of Gear Chamfering
Gottfried KleinGleason Corporation, Germany
10:55

Kaffepause

11:25
Hard-fine machining
Fully automated center grinding
Dirk Löckmann KAPP NILES GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
Shaping and soft machining of transmission components
5-axis-milling of cylindrical gears on gear cutting machines
Dr.-Ing. Oliver Winkel Liebherr-Verzahntechnik, Germany
11:55
Hard-fine machining
Local simulation of material removal during hypoid gear lapping
Felix RudolphTU Dresden, Institute of Machine Elements and Machine Design, Germany
Shaping and soft machining of transmission components
Deviation compensation and resulting part properties in 5-axis milling of bevel gears Dr. Rafael BiekerGIF Gesellschaft für innovative Fertigungstechnik mbH & Co. KG, Germany
12:25
Hard-fine machining
Interference contours and generating grinding – a challenging combination with great potential
Dr.-Ing. Sergiy Grinko KAPP NILES GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
Shaping and soft machining of transmission components
Influence of the infeed strategy on the cutting conditions in gear hobbing
Nico Troß RWTH Aachen, Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL), Germany
12:50

Mittagspause

13:50
Hard-fine machining
New Potential for Hard Finishing of Internal Gears
Dr.-Ing. Gerd-Thomas Weber Profilator GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
Shaping and soft machining of transmission components 3
Design and DNC manufacturing of bevel gears
Ph.D., P.Eng. Claude GosselinInvolute Simulation Softwares Inc., Canada
14:20
Hard-fine machining
Influence of process errors on tooth flank topography – a comparison between continuous generating gear grinding and gear honing
Jonas Böttger TU Chemnitz, Institute for Machine Tools and Production Processes (IWP), Germany
Optimized Roughness in the Hobbed Tooth Root
Felix KühnRWTH Aachen, Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL), Germany
14:50
Hard-fine machining
Manufacturing of Topological Flank Modifications and their Influence on the Operational Behavior
Jens Brimmers RWTH Aachen, Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL), Germany
Shaping and soft machining of transmission components 3
Optimized hypoid gear manufacturing in batch size one
Alexander DietrichMAGNA Powertrain, Germany
15:15

End of conference

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March 19th and 20th, 2019 in Würzburg