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DRWG120-Misc_Fasteners - Miscellaneous Types of Fasteners...

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Miscellaneous Types of Fasteners
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Keys and Splines Pin Fasteners Retaining Rings Springs Rivets TOPICS
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3 Miscellaneous types
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4 Keys A key is a piece of steel that secures gears, pulleys, cranks, handles, etc. to shafts. A keyseat is the groove in the shaft.
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5 Dimensioning keyseats Table 21 – 24 list the standard sizes of keys and keyseats stock keys Woodruff keys gib-head keys Pratt & Whitney keys
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6 Splines A splined shaft is a shaft having multiple grooves, or keyseats, cut around its circumference for a portion of its length.
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7 SAE Splines
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9 Pin Fasteners Pin fasteners are inexpensive and effective when loading is primarily in shear. Two groups: Semipermanent Quick-release
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10 Machine Pins
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11 Size for Machine Pins
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12 Radial Locking Pins Two types: Grooved straight Hollow spring
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13 Size Selection of Groove Pins
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14 Groove pin applications
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15 Spring pin applications
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16 Quick-Release Pins When sufficient force is applied, spring inside retracts and releases the pin for movement.
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17 Retaining Rings Retaining rings can accurately locate, retain, or lock components on shafts and in bores of housing.
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18 Stamped Retaining Rings
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