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Posted by: MattWRBinc

04/25/2005, 16:27:49

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I have the measured dimensions of a threaded cap. But can't seem to find a thread callout for them. Can anybody point me in the right direction where I can find this information.

Female threads:
Minor ID: 25.5MM
Major ID: 27.7MM
The part is used in the soft drink bottling industry.

Thanks,
MattWRBinc







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Posted by: randykimball
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04/26/2005, 19:21:06

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Matt,
They call out no pitch, or shape?
If not, I'd have to contact the customer or contractor and ask for more information. You can work some thread shapes by the minor or major diameters but not if you do not know the thread shape and pitch. Most of the time (I am sure you know this) threads of custom design are called out by pitch, shape, and pitch diameter. ... again, I'd have to call.
-randy-



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Posted by: devitg

04/25/2005, 20:19:14

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This kind of thread are MADE TO THE ORDER , they have no standard related to.






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Posted by: rpalacios

04/29/2005, 19:49:10

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Randy is right... pitch is more important to a thread. This might sound obvious but had you tried measuring with a pitch gauge??






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Posted by: jempc

05/15/2005, 21:57:12

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What is the cap made of? I might be able to help if is a sanitary stainless steel cap.






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