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This article describes an improved method for bonding a spindle in a bore whereby uniform distribution of the bonding agent and perfect sealing are obtained.
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Method for Bonding a Spindle to a Bore
This article describes an improved method for bonding a spindle in a bore
whereby uniform distribution of the bonding agent and perfect sealing are
Spindle 1 to be bonded inside bore 2 has a tapered portion 3, while grooves
4 are provided in bore 2. The bonding agent, such as LOCTITE 638*, is sprayed
into bore 2 by a tool which dwells in the areas of the bore grooves to deposit a
thicker coat than to the rest of bore 2.
When the casting bore slides over the spindle, preferably with an axial
oscillatory motion, motion, tapered portion 3 acts as an angled wiper grooves 4
act as bonding agent reservoirs. After curing of the bonding agent, a strong
hermetically sealed bond is obtained. (*) Trademark of Loctite Corp.
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