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Retaining rings, or circlips, are one of the most simple, yet essential, components where there is a need to retain assemblies on a shaft or within a bore.
Sometimes it takes no more than a small cleverly-designed item to take a process to a whole new level of simplicity. Lugged grounding clips are great examples.
TFC Product Manager Simon Ward answers questions customers pose when considering Spirolox Retaining Rings in their different forms.
TFC is a technical distributor for ARaymond and offer engineering and application support for a wide range of their innovative plastic and metal fastening products.
Smalley have begun to add new smaller sized springs to its standard ranges. This starts with the YSSB series of metric bearing preload springs.
Critical application was designed to use a very tight tolerance standoff. The nature of the application and its environment prevented design adjustments.
Retaining rings or circlips are one of the most simple, yet essential, components where there is a need to retain assemblies on a shaft or within a bore.
From medical devices to electronics, the world around us is getting smaller. “How small can you go?” This is one of the questions a TFC engineer hears all the time.
TFC will be exhibiting their unique flat wire Smalley springs amongst other TFC Smalley products at The Engineer Design & Innovation Show follow the link to find out more.
A modified version of TFC's XVHM 55 internal single-turn ring was used to retain the assembly of components in a plastic air vent application.
Smalley Wave Springs offer space savings when replacing coil springs. Reducing spring operating height, they result in a smaller, less costly assembly.
Two Smalley single turn wave springs in conjunction with a snap ring provide a constant pre-loading force in a rugged mil spec electrical connector.
TFC has worked closely with a connector manufacturer to select an Overlap Type Wave Spring for installation into a bayonet connector assembly.
RAF USA’s extensive range of electronic hardware, including standoffs, spacers, handles & ferrules, and a variety of screws, are all available from TFC.
TFC's Spirolox retaining rings are being used in the drive motor and front suspension on the Cambridge University Eco Racing solar powered vehicle.