Splined Shaft

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A splined shaft is a type of shaft that has a series of grooves or teeth cut along its length. These grooves mate with a corresponding component, such as a gear or bearing, to transmit torque. Splined shafts are commonly used in automotive, aerospace, and heavy machinery applications.

Spline Shaft Advantages



Splined shafts can be flexed slightly without damage, which makes them well-suited for applications where there is a risk of misalignment.



Splined shafts can be manufactured to very tight tolerances, which ensures accurate alignment and transmission of torque.



 Splined shafts are very durable and can withstand high loads and stresses.

Application of Splined Shaft


Automotive: Splined shafts are commonly used in automobiles to transmit torque from the transmission to the drive wheels. They are also used in power steering systems, alternators, and other components.

Aerospace: Splined shafts are used in aircraft to transmit torque from the engine to the propeller or rotor. They are also used in landing gear and other components.

Heavy machinery: Splined shafts are used in heavy machinery, such as excavators, bulldozers, and cranes, to transmit torque from the engine to the working components.

Consumer goods: Splined shafts are used in a variety of consumer goods, such as power tools, lawnmowers, and bicycles.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How To Maintain The Splined Shaft?

Periodic Inspection: Periodically inspect the splined shaft for signs of wear, damage or misalignment
Lubrication: Proper lubrication is essential for the smooth and efficient operation of a splined shaft.
Cleaning: Keep the spline shaft clean and free of debris.
Avoid Overloading: Do not overload a splined shaft beyond its rated capacity.
Storage: Store splined shafts in a cool, dry place.

How an Splined Shaft works?
  1. The splined shaft and the mating component are aligned so that the grooves on the shaft mate with the teeth on the component.
  2. The shaft and the component are then tightened together, which locks the splines together.
  3. When the shaft rotates, the splines on the shaft rotate the teeth on the component, which transmits torque from the shaft to the component.
Spline Shaft Design

Determine Load and Torque Requirements: The first step in spline shaft design is to determine the load and torque requirements of the application.
Determine the number of splines: The number of splines on a splined shaft determines the strength of the connection.
Select a spline profile: A spline profile is the shape of a spline.
Determining the spline tolerance: The spline tolerance determines the accuracy of the spline shaft.
Select Shaft Material: The shaft material will determine the strength and durability of the splined shaft.
Design the spline shaft: Once all the design parameters are determined, the spline shaft can be designed.



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Custom Design

As a service to our customers, we offer extensive manufacturing experience and talent to meet the special needs of custom parts. Our in-house engineering team has extensive experience in designing and custom engineering solutions to meet your requirements. If you don’t see what you’re looking for in our standard range, please inquire about custom options.