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#406 Woodruff Key and Keyseat

#406 Woodruff Key and Keyseat

#406 Woodruff Key and Keyseat

(OP)
I need the dimensions of a #406 Woodruff Key and Keyseat. Including; metric width, depth of each, and diameter.  Thanks in advance.

RE: #406 Woodruff Key and Keyseat

Link to a page that has the basic dimensions. A #406 is by definition in the standard as being in inch units, do your own conversion.

http://www.stdsteel.com/wk.pdf

Simple Internet search for Woodruff keys found hundreds of pages.

Ben Loosli
CAD/CAM System Analyst
Ingersoll-Rand

RE: #406 Woodruff Key and Keyseat

(OP)
Those 100 pages don't include dimensions.  That's how I found this page.  But thanks anyway.

RE: #406 Woodruff Key and Keyseat

The PDF file does include dimensions.
A #406 key is 1/8" thick by 3/4" diameter nominal.

Ben Loosli
CAD/CAM System Analyst
Ingersoll-Rand

RE: #406 Woodruff Key and Keyseat

(OP)
I somehow missed the link you provided.  Thanks for the info.  I found the keyway depth elsewhere.

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