arbor hole

arbor hole

[′är·bər ‚hōl]
(design engineering)
A hole in a revolving cutter or grinding wheel for mounting it on an arbor.
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All POLIFAN CURVE flap discs are available with 7/8-inch arbor hole or quick-change 5/8-11 hub.
The disc is manufactured with 36 and 50 grit zirconia, with 7/8-inch arbor hole, or 5/8-11 quick-change hub.
The cutter is designed to work with an array of different insert nose radii and is available in shank, shell mill, and Seco-Carboloy's Combimaster two-piece design, achieving tolerances of h6 on the shank and arbor hole.
Taking up wire or rope around a reel must be done at very high feed rates, especially if it is a small diameter wire, because unless your doing it at a 1,000 feel a minute it would take forever to wind," said Hansen, "so the arbor hole has to be exact.
All diameters are available with either a plain arbor hole, or a quickchange threaded hub.
8-inch arbor hole but variations are available with a 5/8-11 quick change hub attached.
Both threaded and unthreaded styles with corresponding arbor hole sizes/thread types are listed on the information sheet.
They take their name from the area near the arbor hole, which is offset to accommodate the mounting nut and flange.
It is also available with a 7/8 unthreaded arbor hole or a 5/8 to 11 quick-change hub.
Versions with an unthreaded arbor hole feature a 5/9-inch bore and those with a threaded arbor hole have a standard 5/8-11 thread.
The 4 1/2-inch Roughneck is available in both carbon steel and Type 302 stainless steel wire with a variety of arbor hole options.
The unthreaded arbor hole version has a 7/8-inch bore and the threaded version has a 5/8-11 thread.