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Machine tool tables β€” T-slots and corresponding bolts. Buy this standard. This standard was last reviewed and.


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Standard T-Slot Nuts have an incomplete thread in the base to eliminate any danger of screwing the stud through the nut and damaging the table slot.


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Is there any standards for "T" nut size? I'm making a tooling block and into it I'm putting two "T" slots for 1/4 "T" nuts. This is a copy of ASME.


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A T-slot nut is used with a threaded clamp to position and secure pieces being worked on in a item Industrietechnik GmbH. "timeline: ". ANSI/ASME B5.​1M (R) standard, "T-Slots: Their Bolts, Nuts, and Tongues." [1].


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Standard T-Slot Nuts have an incomplete thread in the base to eliminate any danger of screwing the stud through the nut and damaging the table slot.


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AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, T SLOTS, THEIR BOLTS, NUTS, TONGUES, AND CUTTERS, B5a [Approved by the American.


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ISO - Nuts for T-slots. Current norm: DIN Equivalent norms: DIN ; CSN ; PN ;. Send Inquiry. Companies; Technical information; 3D.


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The last thread is incomplete on T-Slot Nuts to prevent the stud from turning through the bottom of the nut. β€’ Standard package quantity: - 25 pcs​.


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Originally Posted by L Vanice. When I compare these numbers to the table you posted for the slots, I can see that there is a wide variation in the dimensions. I just looked in the 24th Ed. The slot does not care if you use T-nuts or T-bolts and you make your own if you cannot find them factory-made at a low enough price. They probably make or order special cutters for the size they want. The nut size table starts with the 0. Is there a different standard for "T" nuts VS "T" bolts? This is required. I know that Enco lists quite a number of Tee nuts, many of them differ in only minor ways, but they are apparently necessary. Standards for Tee nuts? Those two facts are why I say that it seems to be a non standard standard. What's New? I guess the nut would be similar to the bolt. The ones where the nut and bolt are two separate pieces. Seems like every manufacturer has one. You get to make your own T-nuts to fit your slot. The slot dimensions mostly have rather huge allowances. Or if these dimensions will work for you. MH had three tables, one for the slots, one for the bolts, and one for the nuts. The slot dimensions are the same, and are made with lots of clearance around the T. The throat width is the one critical dimension, depending on whether the throat is a locating feature or is just there for clamping. Edit: I read your post again. That leaves only a slim 0. A T-slot does not care if you use a T-nut or a T-bolt. If not, start milling and drilling and tapping. There were no entries. This is the size a standard "T" slot cutter will cut. The latest industry newsβ€”straight to your inbox. This website or its third-party tools process personal data e. And for a 0. I merely measured the slots and made them to fit. You say you ordered the standard and will post the results. To find out more about the categories of personal information collected and the purposes for which such information will be used, please refer to our privacy policy. Nothing magic about the dimensions, but it is important that the nuts and bolt heads are made with straight, flat and parallel surfaces. And I tried to tell you in the first place that these things may have standards, but many, many manufacturers do not use them. Register Forgot password? It is a good starting point. Not all brands of watch lathe slide rests have the same T-slot dimensions, so I made them to fit the Levin and modified them if necessary. Sign up for our eNewsletter now to stay in-the-know. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. They cut the Tee slots in many different sizes. Tee slot clearance is generally very generous: a real loose fit, a rattle fit. Perhaps that will help. And even then you may not be able to find the exact size that you need. Then when I order some "T" nuts they are the same size. Remember Me? It was easier to buy them than to alter the ones that were provided. I have no idea as to what standard, if any, that the slots or the OEM nuts were made to. I was under the impression that you cut the bottom of a "T" slot in one pass. You may unsubscribe at any time.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Seriously, there are standards and Machinery Handbook is one source. Perhaps the author of the original standard did not think that size was used very much. I quoted from the one for the slots and then skipped down to the one for the nuts. I am looking for. It does not make sense that a Tee slot would be cut differently for bolts and for nuts. We'll bring you the most relevant peer-to-peer conversations happening in the trade and tips and tricks to help you get the job done. I don't know why. I have made some 6mm Tee nuts for a machine that I am not able to discuss here starts with the letter after T. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Forum Rules. That is how we have fun. Throat depth is a variable that can be selected based on material strength and load. That's why supply houses stock many different Tee nuts for one basic stud size. I agree to receive emails from Practical Machinist containing industry news and updates from Practical Machinist and its sponsors. The most noticeable is the Height of the Tee Flats which is over twice my figure in your table. Login to Your Account. I looked in Edition 36 of MH and it says it is the standard, revised in Throat slot width: 0. So the 0. Other editions may have even more info. So, since the nut table had no data for that size, I did the next best thing and gave you the data for the bolts. Measure what you have and check all the usual sources to see if they have one to fit. But don't count on any given manufacturer to follow them. Tags for this Thread cut , nuts , size , slot , standard. Yes I understood that. I am sorry if what I gave you does not help. In case of sale of your personal information, you may opt out by sending us an email via our Contact Us page. I have made hundreds of 10 T-nuts to fit the T-slots in watch lathe slide rests to mount tool posts. You could go through your collection of Machinery's Handbooks. I am sure the slots were made to metric numbers. The TeCo info is from their catalog website. Results 1 to 15 of Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Good luck and I am awaiting the results from the standard you ordered. You may already have this info Note that there's an appreciable difference in width between the nominal 0. If I left those bolts like they were made, they would damage the underside of the slots in my tables when tightened. Strangely, there are no numbers for the Tee nut itself, just the slot and bolt. The numbers you are quoting from Machinery's Handbook are for. If you are going to cut the Tee slots, using a standard cutter, why can't you just use the dimensions of that cutter and subtract appropriate amounts for clearance. BTW, your table seems to be the same set of numbers and the same drawings as I see in MH: they both probably came directly from the standard. Like it or not, that's the way it is. Invalid email. I don't have those full printed standards. I suspect the OEM of my machine wanted to keep the Tee slot depth to a minimum to minimize the amount of CI in the design: the smaller the slot, the thinner the tables and other parts with Tee slots can be made. Here are the measurements I used for them: Across the Flats of the Tee: 0. I used square steel bar stock and the turret and lever cross slide on my Clausing. Both should fit the same slot if you are talking about a standard. I just bought some new Northwestern brand American-made? Originally Posted by sfriedberg.