Knurled brass bushings
are made of a metal that is hard, durable and strong. They are a great choice for machine parts and are suitable for a wide range of applications.
These bushings are manufactured in a variety of materials such as aluminum, steel, titanium, brass and plastics. They are able to handle abrasion, vibration and thermal wear resistance and come in standard sizes or custom designed. They are a versatile, cost effective solution for machining applications.
The knurling on the head of the bushing is designed to prevent the end of the bushing from hitting the workpiece or tool when being used in an application. They also are able to withstand high torque and axial loads without breaking or cracking.
They are available in many different styles, including screw press fits and threaded ends. They are also available in a number of different colors and are capable of being used in a wide range of environments.
Other bushings are based on the same basic design but feature additional elements that increase their durability and performance. These elements include an externally threaded insert or a nylon locking element.
These inserts can be threaded into a pre-tapped hole, or they may tap their own internal threads in a drilled or molded hole. The insert is then anchored by various means.
Some inserts are knurled on both the outside and inside of the insert, while others have threaded ends that are rolled over the base material. Some are also anchored by the use of a nylon locking element.
Another type of bushing is the GD-type gun drill bushing. This type is designed for specific types of gun drilling machines. The bushings can be pressed into the machine or cast in place, and are available as a one-piece unit or as a pair (GDL & GDI).
In addition to these standard knurled brass bushings, specialized models can be created for a wide range of applications. These include reducing, threaded and solid bushings in various materials, as well as insulating, miniature, self-lubricating and shaft bushings.
For example, an insulated shaft bushing can be made from a polymer material to prevent electro-static loading and is also available in a wide range of materials. They are also able to be adapted for various sizes and are compatible with many different tools and jigs.
Similarly, a self-lubricating shaft bushing can be made from a different material to prevent corrosion or frictional heat. They are also able to be fabricated in a wide range of materials, including carbon, nickel steel, stainless steel, alloy steel and iron.
They are available in a range of different head diameters and can be ordered in different lengths, depending on the application. They are also available with end wipers to help prevent dirt and chips from entering the head.
These knurled bushings are designed to resist abrasion, vibration and thermal wear. They are available in a variety of materials including aluminum, brass, copper and plastics. They are a cost effective option for machining and are able to withstand high torque, axial and radial loads without breaking or cracking.
Processing turning technology
Surface finish Free of oil