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Keyway dimensions - anyone have a Standards webpage or link?

Keyway dimensions - anyone have a Standards webpage or link?

Keyway dimensions - anyone have a Standards webpage or link?

(OP)
Looking for either a spread sheet or web page for our drafters to show the Correct way to dimension keyways in shafts. Thanks!

Keep the wheels on the ground
Bob
showshine@aol.com

RE: Keyway dimensions - anyone have a Standards webpage or link?

British Standard 4235 or DIN standard 6885/1 will provide standards for metric keys and keyways. BS 46 dimensions commonly used Imperial keys and kkeyways.

RE: Keyway dimensions - anyone have a Standards webpage or link?

(OP)
Thanks!!
I Don't suppose you could email me a copy, could you?

Keep the wheels on the ground
Bob
showshine@aol.com

RE: Keyway dimensions - anyone have a Standards webpage or link?

There is also Machinery's Handbook.

RE: Keyway dimensions - anyone have a Standards webpage or link?

You could look in your public library. In UK all public libraries keep these standards or allow access. If this is a no-no then give me a fax number and I can send hard copy.

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