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Hacker, Robert W. (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Volume 53, Number 4 (January 1949)

W. M. H.; R. R. J.
The way we see it,   pp. 17-32 ff.


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      How to help a press
           keep punching
 In a punch press, one of the engineering prob-
 lems is to keep the flywheel and drive shaft in
 alignment and rotating freely in spite of terrific
 shock loads.
 To solve this problem, engineers specify TimkenO
 tapered roller bearings.
 Timken bearings hold the drive shaft and fly-
wheel of a punch press rigidly in line. There's no
deflection, wobble, or end-play. Friction and wear
are negligible.
Why TIMKEN├ć bearings hold
       shafts in alignment
 The line contact between rolls and races in a
 Timken bearing means wider, more rigid support
 for the shaft. Due to their tapered construction,
 Timken bearings carry radial and thrust loads in
 any combination, eliminating deflection and end-
 movement. And since wear in Timken bearings is
 negligible, shaft rigidity is retained for long years
of service.
TIMKEN
     MRADE.-ARK REG. U. 5 PAT, OFF.
     TAPERED
ROLLER BEARINGS
       Want to learn more
          about bearings?
 Some of the important engineering problems
 you'll face after graduation will involve bearing ap-
 plications. If you'd like to learn more about this
phase of engineering, we'd be glad to help. For
additional information about Timken bearings and
how engineers use them, write today to The Timken
Roller Bearing Company, Canton 6, Ohio. And don't
forget to clip this page for future reference.
NOT JUST A BALL 0 NOT JUST A ROLLER GD THE TIMKEN TAPERED ROLLER a)
BEARING TAKES RADIAL    AND THRUST 1- LOADS OR ANY COMBINATION        s
RADIAL
LOADS
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JANUARY, 1949
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