The Diamond Pin, The Shoulder Screw, and The Bushing-Weld Fixture Design Lesson

Now that we have a Diamond Pin that is only touching the part on the top and the bottom of the pin, we need to make the contact points of the pin remain in the same up and down orientation.

To say it differently, we have to make sure the diamond pin doesn’t rotate.  We can do this with a flat cut on the pin and a shoulder screw mounted next to the cut.  Let’s take a look at the video…

 

Thanks for joining me as we learn together. I hope you are having as much fun learning as I am!

Next week we will talk about how this sub assembly is shimmed and mounted.

The Queen of Lean Machine Design

About rentapen

Susan Straley, aka Queen of Lean Machine Design, is the President of Rentapen Inc. in Waukesha, WI. She helps manufacturers reduce costs through excellence in 3d desing services, RAPid Tooling Components(TM), and Just-in-Time Laser Cutting Services(TM). Susan can be reached directly at 262-542-8891.
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