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RE: FINAL SUMMARY : Metric Thread Spec for M26X1.5 Thread

nicfre1
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RE: FINAL SUMMARY : Metric Thread Spec for M26X1.5 Thread

RE: [model] pro/e-help with make the text labelPro-Gurus,
I would like to include a brief summary including some of the responses I
received from my intial question about specifications on Metric thread
M26x1.5...In addition, I have a PDF document with thread specifications for
M26x1.5 that I received from a Pro-Guru- if you would like me to send you
the PDF, let me know and I can email it to you.

"I've had a quick look in my Bosch Handbook (published by the SAE), and M26
is not a standard size, it's either M24 or M27, although M25 is sometimes
quoted. It looks like M26 x 1.5 is pipe thread, judging by the results of a
search on Google(UK) of "M26 x 1.5". Take a look at
http://www.co-design.co.uk/dpg/bol/bol7.html for more info on the thread
form, which has been reproduced from the relevant British Standard."

"I found information on this thread in Machinery's Handbook 20th Ed. p1379
(British ISO Metric Screw Threads). Specifically it is a third choice major
diameter with fine pitch. The elements for the sizes can be found on
adjacent pages."

"go to GOOGLE search and put in M26x1.5"

"Here is your source for metric spess and components:
http://www.metricmcc.com/"

"Try downloading from ANSI, the Spec I think will be DIN 13-22, and will run
you $92.00. http://webstore.ansi.org/ansidocstore/dept.asp?dept_id=3019"

"I believe M26 is not a standard metric thread- I looked under both coarse
series and fine series threads. Attached here is a basic info on metric
threads. Hope this helps.
Also check this link- a very valuable link for many mech. engg related items
: http://www.engineersedge.com/Design_Data.shtml"

"http://hydraulics.eaton.com/products/pdfs/W-HYOV-MC002-E_FRP06_DIN_Fittings
.pdf"

"The site is EATON Hydraulics web site and the part is a DIN Fitting both
male and female
try this first
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