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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Spurkranzflankenma, Radrckenabstand, track gauge, Profilverschleima, radial and axial runout) with a measuring system according to DIN 27201-9 (prosper-increasing factor k = 2)
Measuring tasks on shaft elements, for example, can include cylinder form, straightness, parallelism, roundness, perpendicularity, and total radial and axial runout.
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. Lubricant leakage or discoloration is usually the result of overzealous application, or the ingress of foreign matter or abrasion chips.
Axial runout is just 0.0015 in., and radial runout is just 0.001 in.