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  • Improving Fastening Results with 5 Tips from an Expert
    Solving fastening problems is about controlling variables or eliminating potential causes that create an unwanted fastening event. Let's take a look at common unwanted fastening events. Cross threading, thread or component stripping, unseated fasteners, missing screw, nut or bolt (omissions
  • Polishing and deburring: Robots simply do it better!
    . Anytime cutting processes such as turning, milling, drilling or thread-cutting are involved, the manufacturing process will almost always also include a deburring stage on the workpiece. This guarantees the quality of the component to comply with technical specifications. Automated deburring
  • The Click-N-Seal
    , which can cause faulty analysis. Take a closer look at a standard thread, 1/4 -28 or other fitting and port configuration. Most current fluid connections require a compressible component such as the tubing in a flared tubing assembly, a ferrule, or a cone. Problems crop up when the compressible
  • Midrange CAM assists advanced machining
    SolidCAM embeds in SolidWorks to create an integrated CAD/CAM system. Mill-turn machining of a mechanical part done in SolidCAM. Simultaneous five-axis machining of an aerospace component done in SolidCAM. Together, they provide an associative design and NC package aimed at the midrange
  • Faster, more predictable die casting
    in a component with external or internal threads, for example, designers can increase thread count. Special hot-camber die-casting processes produce 360* external threads cast up to 50 threads/in. (20 threads/cm). Die casting lets the parts meet a thread tolerance class of 2A (6g) with no secondary
  • Which Screw? Picking the Right Technology
    are formed threads; the nut is a matching component to the screw. Each component is capable of rotating independently upon the other. By restraining one element linear motion occurs. A lead screw is a generic designation that in its broadest sense may be applied to multiple screw mechanisms
  • Attachment anxiety
    widespread use in appliance-manufacturing applications for structural bonding, cylindrical assembly, threadlocking, flange and thread sealing, thermal management, wire bonding and harnessing, gasketing, and sealing. Adhesives can bond dissimilar materials, reduce component inventory, and decrease total

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  • Bolted joints
    … stress relaxation behavior at higher temperatures. The f material for these strength classes must be sufficiently curable to ensure that is a Martensitanteil of about 90 % present in the structure of the core in the threaded part in the cured state …
  • Roloff / Matek machine elements
    234 screw types, nut types, particular forms of screws, nuts and threaded parts , designation, of standardized screws and nuts 8.1.4 .
  • Roloff / Matek machine elements
    220 screw types, nut types, particular forms of screws, nuts and threaded parts , designation, of standardized screws and nuts 8.1.4 .
  • Construction elements of mechanical engineering 1
    The working elements of a standardized screw, e.g., the thread on the cylindrical screw part represents or the screw head.
  • Barrel maker / Forberg Technical to Draw
    The hatching until on the line to use that represents threaded tips 7.10 to 7.12 is at threaded parts depicted in the cut.
  • Dubbel
    The required depth of threaded bores depends on the material of the nut threaded part .
  • Dubbel
    The required depth of threaded bores depends on the material of the nut threaded part .
  • Building construction - of the principle to detail
    As kraftschlüssig effectively the threaded part only can are attached that in the mating part beyond the shearing surface (b .
  • Köhler / Rögnitz machine parts 1
    7.4.1 configuration of threaded parts .