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Designation of thread on the drawings. Question
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Posted by: Alex_Kravch ®

01/13/2005, 03:33:30

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Say, please, which is better to write on the drawings next to the parameter of the thread:  #  (dim) of " Thread per inch" or "UNC", "UNF"?



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Posted by: bilbat ®

01/13/2005, 15:14:21

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Basic thread designation requires the following: nominal size - pitch, thread series - thread class. For example 1/2-13 UNC-2B. So to answer your question both are required when designating threads.  




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