axial runout

axial runout

[′ak·sē·əl ′rən‚au̇t]
(mechanical engineering)
The total amount, along the axis of rotation, by which the rotation of a cutting tool deviates from a plane.
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The F2010 face mill with adjustable axial runout, on the other hand, is a classic among the Walter range.
Brinelling, flaking, incorrect mounting and foreign particle penetration can all contribute to excessive vibration or axial runout.