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Re: [atlas_craftsman] Make a Lead screw?

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  • Guy Fuller
    ... Thanks for the info John. I need all the help that I can get. Guy
    Message 1 of 13 , Mar 13, 2000
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      LJMAX1@... wrote:

      > Guy
      > I hope I can answer this properly I am kind of new at this myself an
      > acme thread has a different taper or angle to it ( from standard 60 degree)
      > and the pitch is different so that there is more meat thus a stronger thread
      > and able to take more pressure . A square thread acomplishes the same thing
      > but has no taper at all so engaging things like half nuts in and out of it
      > would be more difficult . a buttress thread is a combination of the two where
      > one side has an angle but the other is square . Any body who can answer this
      > better please help me . If you look in machinists handbook you can see
      > pictures etc. and better explanation than this
      > happy wrinkle chasing
      > John
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      Thanks for the info John. I need all the help that I can get. Guy
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