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    Hi Eugene, I think we need a little more context...

    Hi Eugene, I think we need a little more context here to really answer your question. What type of hydraulic application we're talking about. Type of pumps being used, volume of fluid needed, what...
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    Thanks for pointing me to the ASTM G98 standard,...

    Thanks for pointing me to the ASTM G98 standard, very useful, I'll need to add this to my list of standards!
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    Thanks for the response, I'm aware I didn't...

    Thanks for the response, I'm aware I didn't provide enough information for a complete answer. This is primarily a question of statistical confidence. I recall seeing a chart somewhere, sometime, in...
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    Cyclic Loading of Fastener and Fatigue

    Hi All,

    I'm trying to determine the life of the threads in a particular application, specifically, I'm trying to come up with rationale to justify ability of my design to withstand cyclic loading...
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    Thanks for the replies, I think I know where I...

    Thanks for the replies, I think I know where I can go from here!
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    Springs in Tension Vs. Compression

    Hi All,

    This is a general question about the nature of spring design. I have an application which requires a fairly large compression, coil spring to work in both directions, compression and...
  7. Can you avoid Tripping a breaker using Transformer?

    Hi all,

    I'm currently building a CNC Machine that uses a 2hp 110 or 220 V Motor. Recently I had to move it to the shed in order to make room in the garage, but now I'm using a 50ft extension cord...
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    Pneumatic System

    Hi all,

    I'm designing a system to run three pneumatic tools in both the forward and reverse directions, selected via a toggle, and started via a pneumatic start handle to a pilot.

    The start...
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    Figured it out. For anyone wondering, the coil...

    Figured it out.

    For anyone wondering, the coil voltage of 12V limits me to 12V on the coil side, while the 30 V Max refers to the opposite side. I was basically doubling the recommended voltage.
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    Question on Electrical Component Selection

    Hi,

    I'm working on a project where I need to use a couple of relays to send an input signal back to the controller. I'm using the 24V supply voltage from the controller to power a spdt switch,...
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    I work at a company that specializes in...

    I work at a company that specializes in manufacturing assembly and material handling, especially tightening fasteners, and what you have going on is a lot of what we refer to as "joint relaxation";...
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    Converting NO to NC

    Hi,

    I have a project I'm working on and basically I have a controller that runs a DC power Tool, and this controller also has some limited IO functionality. One Input function is "Lock Tool"...
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    Something like this? ...

    Something like this?

    http://www.engineersedge.com/engineering-forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=1397&stc=1
  14. I can't give you a direct answer to your...

    I can't give you a direct answer to your question, but I just recently graduated with a Bachelor's in Mechanical engineering, and I have a friend from Nepal who I graduated with who did have some...
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    Right, I will definitely use a grade 8 bolt. I...

    Right, I will definitely use a grade 8 bolt.
    I will actually probably intentionally grease the crap out of the bolt and test joint. The trickiest part I think will be finding the right...
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    We're actually not really going to be testing the...

    We're actually not really going to be testing the max torque of the power tools (although sometimes that will be the case). The bolt & washer assembly will fit into a torque tester, that records the...
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    Or could I benefit from a combination of washer...

    Or could I benefit from a combination of washer flatloads?
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    Beveled washers I agree would work best, but...

    Beveled washers I agree would work best, but oddly enough, the company that makes the Tester/transducer sells test joints that have flat washers. These are very hard test joints which makes the...
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    Designing Test Joint - 500 ft lbs

    Hi all,

    Problem
    I'm working on designing a test joint to test torque output of various power tools: impact wrenches, direct drive tools, click wrenches, etc. The joint must be able to withstand...
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    Hi Jerry, I'm new too, and this is my first post....

    Hi Jerry, I'm new too, and this is my first post. I'm a Sales Support Engineer with a company that provides custom materials handling and manufacturing solutions to industries across the midwest. ...
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