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torque for bolt and nut if places horizintally?
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Posted by: cyc8

01/17/2005, 21:11:43

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Hi, if a bolt and nut placed vertically, torque for moving upward and lowering is different, right? How about if I place it horizontally? Is there any different in torque?








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Posted by: zekeman zekeman0, zekeman0

01/19/2005, 12:15:31

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You have to explain the problem better like:

Do you mean the male thread is advancing the nut which is under some load or not like a screw jack?







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