"Dutch" pinning

Spanish translation: pasador de tope

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English term or phrase:"Dutch" pinning
Spanish translation:pasador de tope
Entered by: Black & White

22:50 Oct 25, 2005
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Engineering (general) / Mechanic Training Program
English term or phrase: "Dutch" pinning
Dowel pins or straight pins, as well as taper pins, are used in "Dutch" pinning where the pin is seated at an angle of 90" to the shaft diameter - with half the pin located in one element and half in the other.

"Dutch" pinning = sujeción tipo "Dutch" con pasadores????
Black & White
Local time: 04:48
tornillo de tope / pasador de tope
Explanation:
http://www.seqair.com/skunkworks/LandingGear/Notes/Notes.htm...

There's an easy fix for this. All you do is drill a 1/8"Ø hole at the junction of the two gears and parallel to the axis of the gear shaft. This means that half of the hole is in the outer gear and half in the shoulder of the inner gear. You then tap in a 1/8"Ø dowel pin and put it back together. The dowel pin prevents the gears from spinning any more. This type of thing is called a 'dutch pin' and you can use a setscrew instead of a dowel pin.

Spanish tornillo de tope (clamp screw, dowel pin, stop screw), tornillo de fijación, tornillo de centrar (clamp screw, dowel pin, stop screw).


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pasador de clavija

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Note added at 1 hr 48 mins (2005-10-26 00:38:54 GMT)
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"Dutch" pinning = fijacion o ajuste con tornillo de tope / pasador de tope / pasador de clavija
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Jaime Castro
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Local time: 23:48
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Muchas gracias Jaime por tu colaboración!!!
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tornillo de tope / pasador de tope


Explanation:
http://www.seqair.com/skunkworks/LandingGear/Notes/Notes.htm...

There's an easy fix for this. All you do is drill a 1/8"Ø hole at the junction of the two gears and parallel to the axis of the gear shaft. This means that half of the hole is in the outer gear and half in the shoulder of the inner gear. You then tap in a 1/8"Ø dowel pin and put it back together. The dowel pin prevents the gears from spinning any more. This type of thing is called a 'dutch pin' and you can use a setscrew instead of a dowel pin.

Spanish tornillo de tope (clamp screw, dowel pin, stop screw), tornillo de fijación, tornillo de centrar (clamp screw, dowel pin, stop screw).


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Note added at 1 hr 44 mins (2005-10-26 00:35:03 GMT)
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pasador de clavija

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Note added at 1 hr 48 mins (2005-10-26 00:38:54 GMT)
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"Dutch" pinning = fijacion o ajuste con tornillo de tope / pasador de tope / pasador de clavija


Jaime Castro
United States
Local time: 23:48
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Muchas gracias Jaime por tu colaboración!!!
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