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  1. Looks like a fatigue crack turned failure over...

    Looks like a fatigue crack turned failure over repeated applied stress. The root of the thread is a classic failure point -assuming the design and installation did not have shear force on the thread...
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    The enclosure would be treated like a single...

    The enclosure would be treated like a single component, loading defined and the highest stress areas computed. From there, a more detailed analysis conducted at those high stress areas and a Factor...
  3. The start/run capacitor is easy to test.. and the...

    The start/run capacitor is easy to test.. and the fan motor can be tested as well. Usually checking the Y or Delta winding resistance and a run current check should be performed.

    Certainly...
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    Well, yes it is. For example, if you own a car...

    Well, yes it is. For example, if you own a car the rear view mirror mounting base is "epoxied" to the glass. Grooves can help with selected materials though I would consider circumference...
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    Bead blasting specification often include the...

    Bead blasting specification often include the bead size - nothing more.
  6. Yes, in general there should not be any...

    Yes, in general there should not be any redundancy in tolerance or dimension specifications. Can cause confusion and even conflicting requirements.
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    Most companies get unsolicited resumes and...

    Most companies get unsolicited resumes and introduction letter/emails all the time. These contacts are typically filed away and when a job opening is available they advertise or contact recent...
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    Compressed air tanks in parallel is mostly the...

    Compressed air tanks in parallel is mostly the same as in series... It's just piping.
  9. See ASME Y14.5-2009, sub paragraphs 1.4 a, c and...

    See ASME Y14.5-2009, sub paragraphs 1.4 a, c and d.
  10. So, we've helped all we can. Most likely the...

    So, we've helped all we can.

    Most likely the part will get built but it is unknown how the fit, form and function will be based on the tight hole tolerances specified.

    Should your...
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    First, I would search the internet for "Plastic...

    First, I would search the internet for "Plastic Shredder Machine" and determine if you really have an invention ideal..
  12. No, technically the holes to edges distances and...

    No, technically the holes to edges distances and tolerance variation is unknown. There is nothing to measure, verify nor reject should the holes be too close to the edge.
  13. No.. Center lines indicate that the feature...

    No.. Center lines indicate that the feature associated is perpendicular to the given drawing view. Nothing more, common misconception.
  14. Yes, the datum's specifications are functionally...

    Yes, the datum's specifications are functionally correct. Please note that the center line is not needed and the specifications are requiring a high degree of accuracy between the hole pattern and...
  15. Also, you could Hardcoat Anodize per, MIL-A-8625...

    Also, you could Hardcoat Anodize per, MIL-A-8625 Type III which should help extend the life of the fixtures.
  16. Place a dimension from the edge (top and right...

    Place a dimension from the edge (top and right side maybe) to one of the holes or identify the width and height dimensions as datums.

    Thin is not an issue... though if the part distorts in the...
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    Good question – one that I have been looking at...

    Good question – one that I have been looking at for many years as Design for Manufacturing and Assembly trainer and consultant. I’ve visited the manufacturing floors of an unknown number of companies...
  18. No... unless you specify how the center line is...

    No... unless you specify how the center line is located on the part with dimensions and tolerances. Typically, this is done with datums.
  19. Regardless of the fixture structural members...

    Regardless of the fixture structural members materials (Aluminum, fiberglass, or whatever..) the features/parts on the fixturing tools that contact the features on the part or assembly should be...
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    Typically, 52110 chrome steel is used in bearing...

    Typically, 52110 chrome steel is used in bearing and bearing components.


    I'm sure you can thread the material though I doubt it is easy and I doubt you would have too much problems it if...
  21. "Can stainless be shaped like a car fender? " ...

    "Can stainless be shaped like a car fender? " Yes.
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    Try one of these: Ingenious Mechanisms I...

    Try one of these:


    Ingenious Mechanisms I
    IIngenious Mechanisms II
    Ingenious Mechanisms III
    Ingenious Mechanisms IV
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    See this: Heat Loss along an Insulated Pipe...

    See this: Heat Loss along an Insulated Pipe Equation and Calculator.
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    Note that according to ASME Y14.5-2009 and...

    Note that according to ASME Y14.5-2009 and previous dimensioning and tolerancing standards reference dimensions are not binding to quality.

    Moreover, reference dimensions are dimensions contained...
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    The 15 mm tolerance will be the default defined...

    The 15 mm tolerance will be the default defined on the engineering drawing. If there is not a default tolerance you will need one.
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