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DESIGN DATA AND STANDARDIZATION of THIN WALL 12-POINT SOCKETS AND BOX WRENCHES for AEROSPACE ENGINE USE
- Aerospace Standard
Published June 01, 1967 by SAE International in United States
Downloadable datasets availableAnnotation ability available
The thin wall series sockets and box wrenches covered herein are those designed for general usage on aerospace engine 12-point threaded fastener hardware. Standardized wrench clearance dimensions are given, as well as a stringent test procedure to ensure reliability.
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Data Sets - Support Documents
|Unnamed Dataset 1|
|TABLE I||REGULAR AND DEEP LENGTH SOCKET DIMENSIONS (INCHES)|
|TABLE II||FEMALE DRIVE OPENING DIMENSIONS (Inches)|
|TABLE III||MALE DRIVE TANG DIMENSIONS (Inches)|
|TABLE IV||BOX WRENCH DIMENSIONS (INCHES)|
|TABLE V||SOCKET WRENCH OPENINGS AND SQUARE DRIVE SIZE (INCHES)|
|TABLE VI||SOCKET TEST MANDREL ENGAGEMENT (INCHES)|
|Unnamed Dataset 8|
The SAE EG-1B Aerospace Hand Tool Committee addresses all facets of aerospace hand tools and tool kits in of support equipment-design, maintenance, and in-service experience. It focuses on support equipment and facilities related to gas turbine engine testing, balancing, engine accessory testing, inspection, packaging, handling, and transportability. High performance hand tools for aerospace applications are also addressed by EG-1B. The group is comprised of government, original equipment manufacturers, and users dedicated to creating, preparing and maintaining all relevant specifications, standards and requirements for aerospace propulsion system support equipment.
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