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loads applied to screws Question
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Posted by: Paul1701

02/26/2004, 12:39:37

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I have been asked to find out the max loads that can be applied to an M3 x 20mm long s/s screw on a historical designed custom part in the X, Y and Z planes. Does anyone know of a source of such information that I can utilise. I realise this is a bit vague but I am hoping for some responses to get me started. The screw is a Pan head type passing thru a 1.50 mm thick Aluminium case  clearnace hole 3.20 +/-0.10mm and then a large Stainless steel custom part of 6.50mm thickness (clearance hole 3.25 +/-0.1mm) then a further aluminium plate 2.50 mm thick (clearance hole 3.50mm +/-0.1mm) terminated on the other side with an M3 Nylock.






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