DIN 5480-3 PDF

Find the most up-to-date version of DIN at Engineering What is a “Reference Diameter”? Unlike ANSI B splines DIN was structured to “permit easy slip-fitting of components such as, for instance, ball or roller. DIN Splined connections with involute splines based on reference diameters. — Part 1: Principles. Passverzahnungen mit Evolventenflanken und.

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This avoids excessive reject rates, which would not occur if 54803- measurements were to be taken. Table 4 — Minimum form clearance Minimum form clearance cFmin? It ddin therefore recommended that these be indicated in the form of a data field, see Figure 6. The tip and root diameters of the shaft differ from the respective diameters of the hub by at least the bottom clearance c see Figure 3.

Hereafter, we present the characteristics of the main spline connections.

The deviations for hubs are designated by upper case letters and those for shafts are designated by lower case letters; see Table 9. The deviation series permits the definition of fit types interference, transition, clearance.

The shaft cross-section remaining available for transmitting torques shall not be reduced more than is necessary to permit easy slip-fitting of components such as, for instance, ball or roller bearings.

The minimum form clearance cFmin values given in Table 4 provide an adequate excess length of the root involute so that disturbance-free contact between the involute flanks of the hub and shaft is ensured even when there are eccentricities in the motion of the interacting tip circle.

DIN defines the design features of tools for manufacturing involute splines.

Even numbers of teeth are given preference in Dih 1 and 2. If very many measurements are taken in different angular positions and measuring planes, it may be useful to apply statistical concepts when evaluating the actual tolerance limit. The nominal dimension of the centring diameters for ein fit splines is the reference diameter in the case of major diameter fits and the hub tip diameter for minor diameter fits. The tolerances are depending on mounting conditions, shaft I z or tooth flank centering F z.


The number of teeth shall be selected in such a way that the addendum modification necessitated by the reference diameter is kept within the range x1? The designations given in DIN for gear teeth are also permitted. The deviations Ae and As as well as the tolerances Tact and Teff for the relevant tolerance grade are to be taken from Table 7.

If 4580-3 is necessary to change the size ratio, then the actual tolerances and the effective tolerances as stated in this standard can be selected separately from the different tolerance grades and will, when added, lead to a total tolerance deviating from this standard.

The definitive fit parameter is that for the flanks, the backlash. The statistical actual tolerance limit permits a certain number of measurements to exceed the tolerance limits by a 4580-3 value.

These deviations reduce the clearance of spline joints so severely that provision must be made for this effect. As an alternative, this can also be done using the deviation factors as described in DIN See Table 5 for recommended tolerance fields for the root circle and tip diameters.

Figure 3 — Bottom clearance of side-fit splines 7. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document including any amendments applies.

Internal and external spline teeth

The following is the table of normalized dimensions according to DIN Grundlagen This copy will not be updated in case of changes! For choosing the tooth numbers, the module, the type of centering and fitting, 54800-3 are referring to the tables published by the various standardization organizations.

In the Tables of dimensions given in DINonly the absolute values of diameters and inspection dimensions are given, i. This standard can also be applied, however, to design splines with a diameter fit.


In the data field of the workpiece drawing, it is given as the actual tolerance limit and as the reference mark actual Ref. The reasons for this are 5408-3 in subclause 7. The intention which is the basis of this idea is: Eight tolerance grades are specified for hubs and shafts, determining the total tolerance as well as the actual and effective individual tolerances.


It lays down the following general characteristics for splines as in this standard: The method of calculating the inspection dimensions over and between measuring circles from the dimensions of the space 54880-3 and the tooth thicknesses is described in DIN5. The symbol z then represents the new odd number of spaces. This standard specifies deviation series and tolerances for space widths of hubs and tooth thicknesses of shafts, which are based on the nominal dimensions, see Figure 7.

There are six deviations, from F to M for hubs and 18 deviations from v to a for shafts.

Cold-rolling has been included as a manufacturing process for shafts. B DIN — B 6x28x32 Spline connections with involute flanks The increased use of spline connections with involute tooth flanks has brought us to purchase a wide variety of hobbing and tools and this is in accordance with cin various standardization systems.

These are not interchangeable with involute splines conforming to the DIN series of standards.

The object of the revision was to combine the individual parts of this standard in a practical, sensible manner. When created by hobbing they can be calculated by subtracting 0,1? For choosing the number of keys depending on the diameters ein of the load, as also for indicating the tolerances according to the desired fit loose, sliding, straining we refer to the tables published by the various standardization organizations: