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  • Orbital Forming - Does More For Less
    An unconventional fastening technique cuts the cost of many material forming and assembly applications. Cross-section view shows how orbital forming seals the ends of this tie rod. It also works well for ball joints and idler arms. The orbiting tool rotates at a fixed angle during orbital forming
  • Making light work of big bolts
    . MJTs' relatively small size often let several technicians work at the same time to tighten them. Superbolt Inc. developed multijackbolt tensioners for a forging press with 28-in.-diameter threaded tie-rods. -in. studs that needed to be tensioned to 45,000 psi held the end caps on four heat exchangers
  • Soft landings for pneumatic cylinders
    an impact between piston and end cap. In addition, once the needle valve is properly set, any change in weight, system pressure, or velocity affects cushion reaction, and means the valve must be readjusted. In spite of these limitations, adjustable cushions are one of the most common options on NFPA tie-rod
  • The Friction Welding Advantage
    industries require part orientation in which two or more pieces need to be friction welded together, yet need to maintain a specific relationship to one another. For example, in the automotive industry, there exists a double-end tie rod in which both joints must be oriented in the same plane. Recent

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