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  • Positioning with Constant Torque Friction Hinges
    Constant torque friction hinges can provide a cost and space efficient solution for positioning vertically or. horizontally mounted panels. Reell manufactures a wide variety of standard friction hinges, but more importantly,. we can develop a custom hinge specific to your application.
  • The 'Friction Flaw' with Fastener Torque Settings Charts
    Given the complexities and variances involved with even properly interpreting a torque settings chart, it's not surprising that achieving proper design tension using torque measurements is like shooting at a moving target. This is why reliance on torque values alone should no longer
  • Coatings and Torque Tension
    even sense variations in bolt grade. The next best level of assurance, would be in torque control measurement devices. These latter are good but cannot read variations in joint resiliency, coefficients of friction or define bolt grade.
  • Taking torque around corners
    in these devices keep friction losses low and efficiencies high. However, a relatively low torque capacity limits their use. have almost no limitation on misalignment. Some can work when the direction of motion is skewed 180 . Flexible shafts also do a good job of isolating driven-unit vibration from the drive
  • Limited-Angle Torque Motors
    A special type of brushless motor is called a limited-angle torquer (LAT). LATs are constrained to produce torque through a rotation angle of less than 180 . But they are widely used to operate servovalves, direct laser mirrors, position missile-guidance radar antennas, open shutters
  • Torque Limiters Tamer Overloads (.pdf)
    As a machine designer, one of your top priorities should be to protect against operator injury and machinery damage due to overloads. Limiting the torque that can be transmitted through a system is one way to do it. A variety of torque limiters can do the job: from basic shear pins to friction
  • Understanding the Nut Factor in Threaded-Fastener Torque-Tension Relationship
    Engineers use a "nut factor " to relate a bolt's installation torque to the tension on it. But they need to understand the friction-related variables that contribute to the nut factor to accurately design bolted joints. * The experimentally determined nut factor, , consolidates the friction effects
  • Make It Last: Maximizing the Service Life of Industrial Air and Spring Actuated Friction Clutches and Brakes
    Determining how long a friction clutch or brake will last has much to do with application. Cycle rates, revolutions per minute and the air pressure required to produce the torque to drive or stop the load are just a few of the considerations. Assuming the unit has been properly sized

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