Pivot Shaft Assemblies suit laser leveling equipment.

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Pivot shaft assemblies consist of 2 shafts that are produced from stainless steel. They fit together to make mechanism that can accurately provide vertical and horizontal movement to leveling equipment. Primary shaft has 2 perpendicular holes drilled, 1 of which receives secondary shaft. Dimensions of parts are held to ±0.005 in. with critical shaft dimensions held to ±0.00025 in. Final parts have 32 RMS finish.



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Pivot Shaft Assemblies for Laser Leveling Equipment


Dejay produces these precision parts from stainless steel. There are two parts to the assembly. They fit together to make a mechanism that can accurately provide vertical and horizontal movement to leveling equipment. The dimensions of the parts are held to ±0.005 inch with critical shaft dimensions held to ±0.00025 inch. The final parts have a 32 RMS finish.

The parts shown in the enclosed photo are positioned next to a scale for size comparison. The primary shaft (left) has two perpendicular holes drilled, one of which receives the secondary shaft (right) to form the assembly (center). The hole dimensions on the primary shaft are critical in order to permit a snug fit of the mating parts yet allow for rotation. Although Dejay manufactures these parts for a precision laser leveling device, precision Swiss screw machine parts like these find use in medical applications, appliances, consumer electronics,
and many other industries.

Dejay supplies Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM's) with a wide variety of precision Swiss screw machine parts. This includes made-to-print precision components for the appliance, medical, electronic, consumer product, and optical industries. You can find these precision Swiss screw machine parts in products such as keyboards, lighters, miniature motors, surgical instruments, meters, electrical contacts, cellular phones, electronic connectors, optical instruments and lens polishing fixtures.

Dejay Industries is in Richardson, (a suburb of Dallas) Texas. The company produces made-to-print Swiss screw machine parts for a variety of industries that include appliance, medical, military, electronics, consumer products, automotive, connector, and optical.

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