In order to be able to integrate threaded spindles in the application, a tenon machining is usually required. Alternatively, spindles can also be used Clamp rings for small loads, storage can be carried out using Plain bearings can also be done directly on the thread.

In order to be able to cleanly connect bearings, drive wheels, clamping sets, couplings, etc. to the spindle, there are the following machining options:

  • Cylindrical fits
  • Surfaces (clamping surface, flat, D-cut, square, hexagon)
  • Chamfers
  • Recesses and grooves for retaining rings
  • Axial and radial bores
  • cone
  • Axial and radial threads inside
  • External axial thread
  • Keyways
  • Gears
  • Pressing on, shrinking on and gluing on bushings and sleeves

All common machining methods are available for the production of these tenons, such as turning, milling, grinding, drilling, cutting, sawing, separating, pressing, eroding, honing, polishing, countersinking and slotting.

junaspin produces spindles ready for installation, according to customer drawings or to match the spindle bearings offered. If you are not sure which processing is useful or necessary for your application, please contact us.