Technical Articles

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Joyce/Dayton Corp.


Joyce/Dayton Corp. has published these technical articles:

(Material Handling Equipment)
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The time was 1941. It was a much different time, but Joyce was there to help when duty called. And the nation called for jacks.... (View Full Article)
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Aluminum smelters are faced with the problem of maximizing efficiency and potline up time, despite wear and tear on various components of their smelting equipment. Although anode jacks have a typical... (View Full Article)
(Fastening and Joining)
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A comprehensive load calculation that accounts for multiple force components. Included in these components are: weight of the sliding mechanism (vertical), weight of the sliding mechanism multiplied... (View Full Article)
(Material Handling Equipment)
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End fixity refers to the method by which the ends of the screws are supported.... (View Full Article)
(Material Handling Equipment)
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The type of load on a jack, and the way the jack is mounted, affects its load bearing capacity.... (View Full Article)
(Power Transmission)
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Semigood Design, LLC approached Joyce/Dayton with a concept for a unique conference room table that combined both bold and functional handcrafted elements. Inspired by the customer's ingenious... (View Full Article)
(Material Handling Equipment)
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Common terms related to the screw jacks and actuators.... (View Full Article)
(Motor Controls and Drives)
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Operating Torque Constants and Tare Torque values can be found on specification pages. Use the following formula to calculate horsepower:... (View Full Article)
(Motor Controls and Drives)
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WJT242 has a torque constant of 0.009W with (W) representing the load in pounds and a tare torque of 4 inchpounds (page 22). Using 350 RPM on the input shaft and a 2000-pound load results in the... (View Full Article)
(Material Handling Equipment)
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Compared to residential construction, log homes present many unique challenges. One of these are the jacks used for leveling. Trans-Quip, Canadian Master Distributor of Joyce/Dayton jacks and power... (View Full Article)
(Machine and Motion Controllers)
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Jesse Engineering Co. in Tacoma, Washington was hired as the primary contractor to design and build a Passenger Boarding Gangway system that would facilitate the loading and unloading of cruise ships... (View Full Article)
(Material Handling Equipment)
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Engineers and designers frequently use screw jacks in the design of lifting and positioning equipment. They know that mechanical jacks offer reliable lifting and holding options that can be easily... (View Full Article)
(Fastening and Joining)
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A load that is parallel to the centerline of the screw shaft and equally distributed around the mounting surface. It is the recommended method of attaching the load to the nut.... (View Full Article)
(Material Handling Equipment)
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If the screw is the only support for the load, it is considered unguided. The screw must be large enough to support the load and prevent buckling. On the Column Loading charts, use the row labeled... (View Full Article)
(Motor Controls and Drives)
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Renewable energy is one of the hottest topics today, and one of the main priorities of the country. Thatâ s why Stirling Energy Systems, Inc. of Phoenix recently signed an agreement to construct a... (View Full Article)
(Power Transmission)
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Screw jacks that are properly selected and maintained will reliably lift, position, support or hold industrial loads for years. Incorporating them into mechanized applications is a fairly simple... (View Full Article)
(Material Handling Equipment)
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Step 1: Determine the type of jack you wish to use and locate that column load chart.... (View Full Article)