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DIN 32711-1 Trilobe specs for shaft diameters smaller than 14

DIN 32711-1 Trilobe specs for shaft diameters smaller than 14

(OP)
Hello

Is anyone familiar with DIN 32711-1? We are about to order a copy and I would like in advance to know if it contains specs for shaft diameters smaller. It would be stupid for me to wait few days to have my request processed and the PO approuved to find out the specs I need are not available (or do not exist).

Sorry if I am posting this in the wrong forum. If yes, please let me know where to move this thread.

Thanks for you time

2JL.

RE: DIN 32711-1 Trilobe specs for shaft diameters smaller than 14

How small is small? The P3G profile goes down to 14mm.

RE: DIN 32711-1 Trilobe specs for shaft diameters smaller than 14

(OP)
Thanks and sorry for the late answer. It's around 12 mm. Things went crazy fast here and I already received a copy of the standard and unfortunately only size from 14 to higher are covered. I think our customer is requesting a custom profile.

2JL

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