I have a 3k K&T universal mill. I have a dividing head that I have rigged a stepper motor to that with the help of an Arduino cuts spur gears with a hob based on an encoder on the spindle. I have used this for years and created many good spur gears. If I rotate the table to the lead angle of a helical gear and then run the hob the same way I do for a spur gear, will I get a helical gear? Most people I have seen cutting a helical gear on a regular mill are running the dividing head off the x axis leads screw but with a standard gear cutter and not a hob?