I know that asking for an accurate formula for the force required to fit a bearing onto a shaft (or a shaft into a bearing) is like asking for a three-word solution to Fermat's Last Theorem, so I am not going to ask for one. However, if there is someone practiced in such Black Arts who can seriously suggest a Ball-park figure for the Force (in Newtons) required to press a 32 mm single-race ball bearing onto a shaft, I would be really appreciative.
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