BS 6101-2:1982 - Machine tool ball screws. Specification for accuracy, including geometrical tests

BS 6101-2:1982

Machine tool ball screws. Specification for accuracy, including geometrical tests

Status : Revised, Withdrawn   Published : December 1982 Replaced By : BS 6101-2:1991

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Geometrical tests and accuracy requirements for assemblies having shafts and nuts manufactured from hardened steel and prior to their mounting in machine tools.




Standard NumberBS 6101-2:1982
TitleMachine tool ball screws. Specification for accuracy, including geometrical tests
StatusRevised, Withdrawn
Publication Date31 December 1982
Withdrawn Date30 April 1991
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Replaced ByBS 6101-2:1991
DescriptorsGeometry, Mechanical transmission systems, Ball screws, Shape, Performance testing, Lead screws, Accuracy, Ball bearings, Machine tool components, Form tolerances, Tolerances of position, Mechanical testing, Straightness measurement
ICS25.060.99
Title in FrenchVis à billes pour machines-outils. Spécifications relatives à la précision (épreuves géométriques y incluses)
Title in GermanKugelgewindetriebe fuer Werkzeugmaschinen. Genauigkeit und geometrische Pruefungen
CommitteeMTE/1
ISBN0 580 13083 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
File Size0 KB
Price£182.00


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