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  • Cost Savings Using Tolerance Rings
    Tolerance Rings allow for dissimilar materials, compensating for differential expansion, cold flow and creep. Stainless steel rings resist corrosion and high heat. Tolerance Rings can be made from other materials as well.
  • What Is A Tolerance Ring?
    AN rings have corrugations that face inward. They are open in the free state, so that when installed inside a bore, the ring conforms to the bore and is self-retaining. AN rings are designed to fit outside a nominal circumference. ANL rings are light-duty versions of AN rings. The material
  • Mounting Sensor Magnets with Tolerance Rings
    In today s automotive, industrial or appliance applications, there is a demand for position accuracy and monitoring. This requires that the sensing device be mounted within the envelope of the design and therefore be adaptable to the application s design and cost constraints. Therefore they must
  • How Rings Work
    The Tolerance Ring is a precision-engineered device made form a thin spring steel strip of material into which waves, corrugations or bumps are formed.
  • Understanding Tolerance Stack-up
    Tolerance stack-up is an especially important factor in microminiature O-rings due to the fact that the tolerances account for a large percentage of the nominal O-ring size. In a sealing application, the tolerances of all the parts in contact with the O-ring must be considered in order to create
  • Go Gages
    Go gages provide a precision tool for production comparative gaging based on a fixed limit.  Go gages consist of a fixed limit gage with a gaging limit based on the plus or minus tolerances of the inspected part.  A go ring gage's dimensions are based on the maximum OD tolerance of the round bar
  • No-Go Gages
    tolerance of the round bar or part being gaged. A no-go plug gage's dimensions are based on the maximum ID tolerance of the hole or part being gaged. The no go plug (ID) gage should be specified to a minus gagemakers' tolerance from the maximum part tolerance. The no go ring (OD) gage should be specified
  • Radial Bearings
    to deep-groove bearings. But the same filling notch that permits an increased radial load cuts thrust capacity to about one-third that of deep-groove bearings. At higher thrust loads, balls start to contact the notch. For the same reason, tolerance to misalignment is considerably less than

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