Adapter Sleeves

Sleeves and Bushings offer concentricity without adjustment.
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Sleeves and Bushings offer concentricity without adjustment.

Split square hole sleeve Series A 7C19 is suited for producing tooling such as milling cutters or boring bars without broaching equipment, while split square hole bushing Series A 7C18 fits any mating size collet or 3-jawed chuck. Sleeves are cold-rolled steel C1117 and range in length from ¾-5 in. Bushings are 4140 steel and hardened to Re 40-45. Broached square holes, which range from...

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Hex Hole Sleeves can replace spliced shafts and bushings.
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Hex Hole Sleeves can replace spliced shafts and bushings.

Available in 8 different lengths from ¾-3¼ in., carbon steel Series A 7C20 can be used as sliding couplings, extensions for socket drives, bearing carriers, and as sliding bearings. Broached hex holes maintain tolerance of ±.001 in. and range in width across flats from .128-.628 in. Sleeves can serve as replacement in applications requiring spliced shafts and bushings, where precision...

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Copper Infiltration Using Wrought Wire Infiltrant - Process and Productivity Improvements for Automotive Components
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Copper Infiltration Using Wrought Wire Infiltrant - Process and Productivity Improvements for Automotive Components

For the past 60 years, the use of copper infiltration on ferrous metals in powder metallurgy has been a popular method for manufacturing high performance components. Recently, a new twist on an old idea has been developed in the form of a new wrought copper alloy wire. With excellent infiltration response as well as the ability to improve numerous physical and mechanical properties of ferrous materials, this new technology presents many advantages for PM processing and production. In this comprehensive white paper, you will explore all you need to know about this material, including an in-depth look at its chemical and physical properties. Using automotive components as examples, the white paper examines the benefits of this new form of copper infiltration compared to more traditional infiltration methods. Download now, and discover if this new technology is the solution for your high performance component application.

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Basalt America announces FRP's (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)
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Basalt America announces FRP's (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)

Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP), represents a truly groundbreaking advancement is structural reinforcement. Lightweight, strong, and green, they are changing the way the construction industry thinks about rebar. Unlike steel, FRPs dont rust and are far stronger than standard rebar. To learn why Fiber Reinforced Polymers are poised to change the way the world builds, see our video.

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