splined shaft

splined shaft

[′splīnd ′shaft]
(design engineering)
A shaft with longitudinal gearlike ridges along its interior or exterior surface.
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Ansamblu Item 2 deflector helical SAGINAW P / N 2734021, component assembly splined shaft (SCN 591L2141), drawing 35216-19-1 twentieth-DD-D (82-35216-5001-01-DD-1 / rev .
Leistritz's asymmetric splined shaft design, developed in 2004, enabled an increased free volume with an outer/inner diameter (OD/ID) ratio of 1.
In a report filed with the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, the company said the propeller shafts of the trucks, manufactured between September 2002 and November 2010, could fracture or fall off due to cracks at the weld point of the propeller shaft's pipe and splined shaft.
9) The hollow shaft must be replaced with splined shaft to avoid shaft puncture.
Asymmetrical splined shaft designs isolate the tangential force vector transmission and result in higher torque transmission.
Tenders are invited for Splined Shaft To Drg No: 705400110890, For Tool Positioning Drive In Station 1 Cnc Machine.
Based on the use of a symmetrical, hammered splined shaft a 1.
Showing ZSE-60 Maxx with splined shaft and added cooling capacity.
The rotor elements fit together on a splined shaft, much the way twin-screw elements would, says sales engineer Kenneth Nekola.
The Pro Press uses patented Limb Ears rotating on splined shafts to adapt to the most radical-limbed bow models.
The splined shafts and high torque capacity of the gearbox are designed for optimum reliability and durability.