I need it for a press tool.
Basically i want to replace this..thing.. https://dl.dropboxus...obb/MG13456.pdf with a "bed" under a press where i divert the force longitudally.
Basically im not confident in the design coming in at 16500$
Closest ive come so far is this http://www.pbclinear...ges/AllProducts
Normally i prefer firms like KIP and Norelem as they have an extensive catalog and a orderly page with CAD drawings and everything needed. http://www.norelem.c...t-overview.html
It works by lifting the torsjon bar in the senter and rotating it gently to get it into position. Then you mount a dismantling cup. Press out the old bushing and then i guess you lock it with either a quick release lever clamp or a screw mechanism (currently lever)
On top of the torsjon bar is a machined surface (arc down into torsjon bar) wich serves as reference point that you can adjust with a scew. From there the press mounts the bushing at its 12 +-1 degrees. Rotate the torsjon bar and then take the other side by simply taking out the holder for the bushing and mount it the other way. There is magnets to ensure positions of the different parts to ensure this goes quickly, consistent, without damages to parts and without fiddling about.
Thoughts on this i guess is ok too. The weakest part is the big lumps on top and bottom POS 4.. FEM says its getting tension at the edge from where it drops down from the big cylinder with the guide for the bushing mount.
Edited by MatsNorway, 14 July 2014 - 11:14.