How to Choose the Most Cost Effective Alignment Dowel

Feb. 27, 2013
To select the most cost-effective alignment component, Design Engineers must focus on required positional tolerances, cost of secondary operations (reaming/honing holes)

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To select the most cost-effective alignment component, Design Engineers must focus on required positional tolerances, cost of secondary operations (reaming/honing holes), overall assembly weight, associated freight charges, and the alignment component price. This White Paper describes the variety of alignment components available, and how to ensure an assembly is equipped with the most cost-effective components providing the performance required over the life of the product.

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