Machine Design - Fastening & Joining

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How to Select the Proper Diameter and Duty of a Coiled Spring Pin
Machine Design - Fastening & Joining, February 23, 2015
Sponsored by SPIROL This White Paper provides the fundamental guidelines for determining the optimum balance between strength and flexibility of the Coiled read more
How to Properly Pin a Shaft and Hub Assembly
Machine Design - Fastening & Joining, February 23, 2015
Sponsored by SPIROL This informative White Paper provides essential design guidelines to achieve the maximum strength of a pinned system and prevent damage read more
How to Properly Mate Compression Limiters and Threaded Inserts in Plastic Assemblies
Machine Design - Fastening & Joining, February 23, 2015
Sponsored by SPIROL In applications where the mating component is also plastic, a Compression Limiter is necessary to avoid the creep or stress relaxation in the mating component from reducing the read more
Technical Considerations For The Selection Of Retaining Rings
Machine Design - Fastening & Joining, February 19, 2015
Sponsored by Rotor Clip Design engineers are challenged daily to come up with economical designs that reduce weight, size, raw materials, and labor. This competitive mandate affects every facet read more
Stainless Steel Now an Option for Quarter-Turn Fasteners
Machine Design - Fastening & Joining, February 05, 2015
The Southco DZUS D8 PANEX range of quarter-turn fasteners has been expanded to include stainless-steel fasteners that have the same ease for installation as the standard models, but offer vibration-resistant fastening and resistance to heat and corrosion for outdoor applications. read more
Sealed Sensor Assembly Gets A Reliability Boost
Machine Design - Fastening & Joining, January 22, 2015
Sponsored by Douglas Electrical Traditionally hermetically sealed wire feedthroughs are the best way to incorporate sensors and sensing electronics into a pressure or vacuum chamber. However, there is another lesser-known way: you can instead hermetically read more
When Wire Feedthroughs Make Sense
Machine Design - Fastening & Joining, January 22, 2015
Sponsored by Douglas Electrical Components Engineers who work with pressure and vacuum chambers usually reach for off-the-shelf sealed bulkhead connectors when they need to pass power and signal wires through the chamber wall. And while these connectors may seem like the read more
Direct Tension HuckBolts vs. Vibration
Machine Design - Fastening & Joining, December 09, 2014
Sponsored by Alcoa How are HuckBolts different from other bolts and nuts? What gives a HuckBolt the highest degree of vibration resistance? How are HuckBolt read more
Technical Considerations For The Selection Of Retaining Rings
Machine Design - Fastening & Joining, September 09, 2014
Sponsored by Rotor Clip Design engineers are challenged daily to come up with economical designs that reduce weight, size, raw materials, and labor. This competitive mandate affects every facet of the read more
Quick-release shaft collar secures components on shafts
Machine Design - Fastening & Joining, September 05, 2014
It can be difficult for technicians to keep tools and reels secured on smooth shafts. That’s the major reason designers at Amacoil, Aston. Pa., designed EasyLock shaft collars. They hold items on shafts and install quickly without special tools on smooth, case-hardened (Rockwell 55 or higher) ...
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