KHK Stock Gears 3013

124SpurGearsHelicalGearsInternalGearsRacksCP Racks& PinionsMiterGearsBevelGearsScrewGearsWormGear PairBevelGearboxesOtherProductsAcetal Fairloc Hub Spur GearsModule 0.5、0.8DSLGDCBAJFEKMS1SpecificationsPrecision gradeJIS grade N10 (JIS B1702-1: 1998)*JIS grade 6 (JIS B1702: 1976) Gear teethStandard full depthPressure angle20°MaterialAcetal with SUS303 coreHeat treatment ―Tooth hardness(110~120HRR)Catalog No.ModuleNo. of teethShapeBoreHub dia.Pitch dia.Outside dia.Face widthHub widthTotal lengthCap screw dimensionsAH7BCDEFGMJKDSL0.5-28DSL0.5-30DSL0.5-32DSL0.5-36DSL0.5-40m0.52830323640S1S1S1S1S155555141414141414151618201516171921555558.① The allowable torques shown in the table are calculated values according to the assumed usage conditions. Please see Page 31 for more details.② The backlash values shown in the table are the theoretical values for the backlash in the normal direction of a pair of identical gears in mesh.③ Holding strength between the teeth (acetal) and the core (SUS303) is 2.9N・m for all DSL products. Please consider holding strength when selecting products.④ Fairloc Hub Gears are attached to the shaft by a friction coupling. Recommended shaft tolerances are g6, h6 and h7. Torque slippage should be considered when making a selection.⑤ Do not tighten the clamping screw without inserting a shaft, or the bore will be permanently deformed and will not accept a shaft.*The gear grade listed is the value before clamping. The precision grade of products with a module of less than 0.8 is equivalent to the value shown in the table.■ Fastening torque vs. Slipping torqueThe slipping torque which is dependent on the fastening torque can sometimes be less than the gear strength. Please use caution in selecting. The chart on the right shows the rela-tionship between the slipping torque and the fastening torque.※Data supplied by Designatronics Inc.Bore (mm)Slip torque (N·m)Fastening torque of clamping screw (N·m)■ Fastening torque vs. Slipping torque[Caution on Product Characteristics]