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V-block cylinder cradle tool

Spanish translation: herrramienta bloque en V para acunar cilindro

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English term or phrase:V-block cylinder cradle tool
Spanish translation:herrramienta bloque en V para acunar cilindro
Entered by: Sergio Aguirre
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10:27 Dec 19, 2003
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English term or phrase: V-block cylinder cradle tool
Lo siento, no tengo contexto. Aparece en una lista de piezas de una máquina para procesar líquidos.
egsar
Spain
Local time: 10:47
herrramienta bloque en V para acunar cilindro
Explanation:
Acunar es oprimir, apresar, prensar...

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The simple (basic) cylinder contacts a V block its full length. A bar bell cylinder has its central portion undercut, still providing a stable interface (no rocking). A bone cylinder also has a barbell shape but with the two ends round, resulting in a kinematic four-point interface to the V block. The undercut section in both the barbell and bone configurations can be used for knurling, center screws, adjustment and lock-down mechanisms without affecting the cylinder to V block interface. The interface length should not be reduced to where the clamping load might damage either component.
http://www.spie.org/web/oer/november/nov97/optomech_wg.html

In these 3 photos you can see some of the set up for locating the Abel Acme cylinder on the table of the Lucas Horizontal Boring machine. The "C" channel acts like a "V" block to cradle the cylinder. There is a 1/2" think plate welded to the "C" channel with (2) 1/2-20 screws for adjusting the position of the cylinder to the center line of the machine spindle. The (2) cast iron parallels are located on the machined surface the valve chest mounts to. Chains are used to clamp the entire cylinder down temporarily...
http://www.antique-engine.com/abel/abel.htm
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Sergio Aguirre
Mexico
Local time: 03:47
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¡Gracias y felices fiestas!
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herrramienta bloque en V para acunar cilindro


Explanation:
Acunar es oprimir, apresar, prensar...

Ver imágenes en:

The simple (basic) cylinder contacts a V block its full length. A bar bell cylinder has its central portion undercut, still providing a stable interface (no rocking). A bone cylinder also has a barbell shape but with the two ends round, resulting in a kinematic four-point interface to the V block. The undercut section in both the barbell and bone configurations can be used for knurling, center screws, adjustment and lock-down mechanisms without affecting the cylinder to V block interface. The interface length should not be reduced to where the clamping load might damage either component.
http://www.spie.org/web/oer/november/nov97/optomech_wg.html

In these 3 photos you can see some of the set up for locating the Abel Acme cylinder on the table of the Lucas Horizontal Boring machine. The "C" channel acts like a "V" block to cradle the cylinder. There is a 1/2" think plate welded to the "C" channel with (2) 1/2-20 screws for adjusting the position of the cylinder to the center line of the machine spindle. The (2) cast iron parallels are located on the machined surface the valve chest mounts to. Chains are used to clamp the entire cylinder down temporarily...
http://www.antique-engine.com/abel/abel.htm


Sergio Aguirre
Mexico
Local time: 03:47
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