standard shaft

standard shaft

[′stan·dərd ′shaft]
(design engineering)
A shaft with zero allowance minus a specified tolerance.
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Conclusion of a framework agreement for the supply of nitrile examination gloves with standard shaft length and with long shaft for all locations of the upper austrian health holding.
(Wilmington, MA) provides a full line of standard shaft collars in various clamping styles with a wide choice of bore configurations to meet application requirements.
OAVTB16i04 runs on a 4 mm standard shaft size with ultra precision, zero friction motion.
It is used to lock back the ejector/ratchet in the extended position just as the lug does on the High Standard shaft. Place this block widthwise between the cylinder face and the back of the ratchet.
Those seals fit as well for different process pump types for the seal chamber of the standard gland packing casing cover and for the standard shaft without extra shaft sleeve.
Pre-engineered mounts are available for all standard shaft sizes up to 2 inches and are fully detailed in the Webex Idler Master Catalog.
Its standard front shaft extension length is 0.94" and its standard shaft diameter is 0.1968".
to fit 47 standard shaft sizes and six standard pipe sizes.
In addition, the motors are available with a variety of standard shaft options, including 25 mm straight.
Its interchangeable, tapered bushings fit a variety of standard shaft sizes without additional machining and permit easy removal after years of use.
Alternatively, you might consider modifying a standard shaft collar or even turning one from scratch on a lathe.
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