DIN 6311 thrust pads are utilized to transmit clamping forces. They lean to uneven and unparallel surfaces and eliminate the transmission of any screw turning movement to the workpiece.
The snap ring is a simple and quick method to connect the thrust pad to the grub screw.
For simpler assembly, the thrust pad has to be held at an angle allowing the circlip to drop to the bottom of its groove with the split end downwards. The screw is then offered up to the split end of the circlip at the lowest possible angle and pressed home.
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JW Winco is a manufacturer / distributor of standard parts. Winco was established in May of 1978 and our North American headquarters is located in New Berlin, Wisconsin, USA with sales locations in Canada (J.W. Winco Canada, Inc.) and Mexico.