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Aufdornkegel

English translation: broaching or widening cone

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16:38 Mar 3, 2004
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering
German term or phrase: Aufdornkegel
Um Reibkräfte, die beim Prüfvorgang entstehen zu vermeiden, muss eine auf das Bauteil abgestimmte Spreizbüchse verwendet werden (Ausnahme: Aufdornversuch bei GN 4315 Teil 8).
Die Neigung des **Aufdornkegels** beträgt 1:20.
Samira Goth
Germany
Local time: 19:37
English translation:broaching or widening cone
Explanation:
aufdornen = weiten, translated as broach, drift or widen
see also ErnstEnglisch Wörterbuch der industrellen Technik
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Christine Slattery
Local time: 12:37
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I am not sure if is is the right answer, could be also expanding taper mandrel
3 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer

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4broaching or widening cone
Christine Slattery


  

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broaching or widening cone


Explanation:
aufdornen = weiten, translated as broach, drift or widen
see also ErnstEnglisch Wörterbuch der industrellen Technik

Christine Slattery
Local time: 12:37
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I am not sure if is is the right answer, could be also expanding taper mandrel
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