Kitmondo is your leading marketplace for top-quality used industrial machinery. Within our Metal Machine Tools category, we offer a diverse selection of gear machines, including gear milling, testing, and inspection machines. These machines are expertly maintained to provide an optimal blend of precision, versatility, and value.

Our gear milling machines are crafted to deliver high-precision gear cutting, ensuring the accurate and efficient production of gears in various sizes and types. Perfect for sectors such as automotive, aerospace, and general manufacturing, these machines guarantee consistent quality and performance.

For maintaining stringent quality standards, our gear testing and inspection machines are indispensable. They conduct thorough analyses and verifications of gear dimensions, tooth profiles, and surface finishes, ensuring each gear meets precise specifications.

Each gear machine in our collection undergoes a meticulous vetting process to ensure peak quality and performance. Our equipment is cost-effective, offering substantial savings compared to new machinery without compromising efficiency. We feature trusted brands like Gleason, Klingelnberg, and Hofler, recognized for their reliability and cutting-edge technology. Prices range from €15,000 to €150,000, suiting a variety of budget requirements.

For more information or to request a quote, contact our dedicated team, ready to assist with your specific needs. At Kitmondo, we are committed to fostering your business growth with high-quality and affordable machinery. Rely on Kitmondo for your industrial equipment needs and boost your productivity today.

TOS HOBBER - CELAKOVICE OFA 32 GEAR HOBBING

Year: 1987

Max wheel Ø 320 mm
Type of CNC
Module + 7
Motor power 19 kW

Gleason No7

Year: 1965

Max wheel Ø 270 mm
Module - 1
Type of CNC
Module + 8
CNC No
Max. gear width 60 mm

12,000 €

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Gear hobber TOS OFA 32 A

Year: 1990

Max wheel Ø 320 mm
Type of CNC
Module + 7

KLINGELNBERG C28 P BEVEL GEAR GENERATOR Gear milling machine

Year: 2000

Max wheel Ø 275 mm
Module - 55
Type of CNC SIEMENS 840
Module + 1.5
CNC Yes
Max. spindle speed 110 rpm

Used Frenco ZW 401 Gear milling machine

Year: 2014

Max wheel Ø 400 mm
Module - 0.1
Type of CNC Windows 10, Frenco FGI-Pro Software
Module + 20
CNC Yes
Max. gear width 600 mm

Used Hoefler EMZ632 Gear milling machine

Year: 1990

Max wheel Ø 600 mm
Module - 0.5
Type of CNC Zeiss
Module + 20
CNC Yes
Max. gear width 500 mm

Klingelnberg P40 Gear Measuring Machine

Year: 2000

Max wheel Ø 400 mm
Module - 0.5
Module + 15
Type of CNC

Gleason Phoenix 600HC Gear milling machine

Year: 2010

Max wheel Ø 600 mm
Type of CNC FANUC
CNC Yes

SIGMA V3 Gear testing machine

Year: 2004

Max wheel Ø 300 mm
Type of CNC

Klingelnberg C 28 P Gear milling machine

Year: 2002

Max wheel Ø 275 mm
Module - 1.5
Type of CNC SINUMERIK 840 C
Module + 6
CNC Yes
Max. spindle speed 110 rpm

Tos FO 16 Gear milling machine

Year: 1972

Max wheel Ø 1600 mm
CNC No
Module + 16
Type of CNC

GLEASON 519 Gear milling machine

Year:

Max wheel Ø 1130 mm
Type of CNC
CNC No

Internal grinding machine ČZ Strakonice BDU 80

Year: 1989

Max wheel Ø 80 mm
Type of CNC

TOS OHA50A CNC 5 Gear milling machine

Year: 2006

Max wheel Ø 500 mm
Module - 1
Type of CNC SINUMERIC 840D
Module + 8
CNC Yes
Max. gear width 115 mm

GLEASON 13A Gear milling machine

Year:

Max wheel Ø 330 mm
Type of CNC
CNC No

PFAUTER PH 280 Gear milling machine

Year:

Max wheel Ø 280 mm
CNC Yes
Module + 7
Type of CNC SIEMENS

MAAG SH-600 cnc gear cutting machine

Year: 1979

Max wheel Ø 7500 mm
Module - 2
Type of CNC Siemens 840D
Module + 40
CNC Yes
Max. gear width 1280 mm

SICMAT S 32 CNC Gear milling machine

Year:

Max wheel Ø 320 mm
CNC Yes
Module + 6
Type of CNC SIEMENS SIMUNERIK 3

Donau - Knapp UZFM V 300 H - CNC Gear milling machine

Year: 1990

Max wheel Ø 125 mm
Module - 16
Type of CNC SIEMENS M 840 D
Module + 18
CNC Yes
Max. spindle speed 120 rpm

TOS OH 6 Gear shaping machine

Year:

Max wheel Ø 550 mm
Type of CNC


Advanced Gear Manufacturing: Milling, Testing, and Inspection Machines

Precision and quality are crucial in gear manufacturing. Beyond well-known processes like hobbing and grinding, several other machines ensure that gears meet stringent specifications for high-performance applications. Gear milling machines, gear testing machines, and gear inspection machines each play vital roles in the comprehensive production and quality assurance processes of the gear manufacturing industry.

Gear Milling Machines: Precision Shaping for Various Gear Types

Gear milling machines are versatile tools used to craft gears with exceptional precision. Using milling cutters, these machines shape gear teeth and can produce a variety of gear types, including spur, helical, bevel, and worm gears.

Types of Gear Milling Machines

  • Horizontal Milling Machines: These machines are ideal for cutting spur gears, with the cutting tool oriented horizontally for straightforward gear tooth shaping.
  • Vertical Milling Machines: Used for more intricate gear geometries like helical gears, these machines have a vertically oriented cutting tool.
  • Universal Milling Machines: These machines offer both horizontal and vertical milling operations, providing flexibility for various gear types.

Key Features and Specifications

  • CNC Control: Modern gear milling machines feature CNC control for high precision and repeatability.
  • Tooling Flexibility: Capable of using various milling cutters to produce different gear types.
  • Workpiece Capacity: These machines can handle a wide range of gear sizes, from small to large diameters.
  • Automation: Advanced models include automated features for loading/unloading and tool changes, enhancing productivity.

Gear Testing Machines: Ensuring Quality and Performance

Gear testing machines evaluate the quality and performance of gears, ensuring they meet rigorous standards and specifications.

Types of Gear Testing Machines

  • Single Flank Testing Machines: These machines measure deviations in the gear’s rotation by testing a single side of the gear tooth.
  • Double Flank Testing Machines: Assess the gear by testing both sides of the gear teeth simultaneously, providing a comprehensive quality analysis.
  • Universal Gear Testers: These versatile machines can test various gear types, offering detailed data on gear accuracy and performance.

Key Features and Specifications

  • High Accuracy: Precision measurement systems detect even the slightest deviations.
  • Automation: Automated testing procedures ensure consistent and repeatable results.
  • Data Analysis: Advanced software provides detailed analysis and reporting of test results.

Gear Inspection Machines: Verifying Dimensions and Surface Quality

Gear inspection machines ensure the dimensional accuracy and surface quality of gears, employing various techniques to measure gear dimensions and verify conformity to specified tolerances.

Types of Gear Inspection Machines

  • Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMMs): Use touch probes or optical systems to measure gear geometry with high precision.
  • Gear Measuring Centers: Specialized machines designed specifically for measuring gears, offering detailed data on gear tooth profiles, pitch, and helix angles.
  • Optical Inspection Systems: Use cameras and optical sensors to inspect gear surfaces and detect defects such as cracks and surface roughness.

Key Features and Specifications

  • Precision Sensors: High-precision sensors and measurement systems ensure accurate data collection.
  • Advanced Software: Software for data analysis, 3D modeling, and comparison with CAD models.
  • Versatility: Capable of inspecting a wide range of gear types and sizes.

Benefits of Specialized Gear Machines

Investing in specialized gear machines offers several benefits:

  • Enhanced Precision: Ensures gears meet stringent quality standards and performance requirements.
  • Increased Efficiency: Automated and high-speed operations reduce production times and costs.
  • Comprehensive Quality Control: Advanced testing and inspection machines provide thorough quality assurance.
  • Flexibility: Capable of handling a variety of gear types and sizes, accommodating diverse manufacturing needs.

Factors to Consider When Selecting Gear Machines

When selecting gear machines, consider the following factors:

  • Production Requirements: Determine the volume and types of gears to be produced to choose machines with suitable capacity and capabilities.
  • Precision and Accuracy: Match the machine’s precision capabilities with the required quality standards.
  • Automation Level: Consider the level of automation required for your production processes.
  • Budget: Balance the initial investment with long-term operational costs, including maintenance and consumables.
  • Service and Support: Evaluate the availability of technical support and maintenance services.
  • Training Needs: Assess the need for operator training to effectively use the machines’ advanced features.

Leading Brands and Pricing

Several reputable brands manufacture gear milling, testing, and inspection machines known for their reliability and performance:

  • Gleason: Offers a comprehensive range of gear manufacturing and inspection machines. Prices typically range from $100,000 to over $1 million, depending on the machine type and specifications.
  • Klingelnberg: Known for precision gear measuring centers and production machines. Pricing generally ranges from $150,000 to $1.5 million.
  • Mahr: Specializes in high-precision gear measuring and inspection equipment. Prices range from $50,000 to $500,000.
  • Zeiss: Renowned for advanced CMMs and optical inspection systems. Prices typically range from $100,000 to over $1 million.
  • Liebherr: Provides a variety of gear manufacturing solutions, including milling and inspection machines. Prices generally range from $200,000 to $1.2 million.

Conclusion

Gear milling, testing, and inspection machines are integral to the gear manufacturing process, ensuring that gears meet precise specifications and quality standards. With various types of machines available, including horizontal and vertical milling machines, single and double flank testing machines, and advanced inspection systems, selecting the right equipment depends on specific production needs and gear types. Leading brands like Gleason, Klingelnberg, Mahr, Zeiss, and Liebherr offer a range of high-quality machines to suit different applications and budgets. By carefully evaluating production requirements, precision needs, automation levels, and budget, businesses can invest in the right gear machines to enhance their manufacturing capabilities and ensure consistent, high-quality gear production.