A database which provides instant access to detailed dimensional information for 1100+ screw threads from the following types – UNC, UNF, UNEF, UNJ, UNJC, UNJF, UNJEF, UN, UNS, BUTTRESS, UNM, STI, ACME, STUB ACME, NPT, NPTF, NPSM, NPSL, ISO, BSW, BSF, and BA.
Interactive tap drill guide for cut and form taps is far superior to conventional drill/tap chart. Inch/metric toggle. Info window with plating calculations and application guidelines.
Formatted printing of data. Demo version is limited to display of data for three sizes from each thread type. This program is essential for machinists, inspectors, and CNC programmers, as well as design, tooling, and manufacturing engineers involved with threaded components
Demo version is limited to display of data for three sizes from each thread type.
ME Threads Crack + License Code & Keygen Download For PC [Updated] 2022
UNC, UNF, UNEF, UNJ, UNJC, UNJF, UNJEF, UN
UNF is Steel UT
UNEF is all combinations of UT and ECT
UNJ is Steel UNL
UNJF is Steel FSK, UNJEF is steel UNT
UNC is Steel UC
UNNT is Taper thread steel UN
UNS is Secondary thread steel
BUTRESS is Steel button, STI is Steel T-thread
ACME is Acme Thread and
NPT is Nipple thread
NPSM is Brass NP thread
NPSL is Brass NPL
ISO is ISO and buttion (BT)
BSW is Thread Sleeve
BSF is Thread Flange
BA is Button
UNM is Shoulder or offset threads
STI is Socket
STUB ACME is Stub ACME
NPTF is Gage thread
NPSL is Nipple thread
NC1D0 is Standard 0.005″ to 1″ NPT (NC1-0 0.005)
NC1D1 is Standard 0.005″ to 1″ NPT (NC1-0 0.005)
NC1D2 is Standard 0.005″ to 1″ NPT (NC1-0 0.005)
ND1D0 is Standard 0.01″ to 1″ UNC (ND1-0 0.01)
ND1D1 is Standard 0.01″ to 1″ UNC (ND1-0 0.01)
ND1D2 is Standard 0.01″ to 1″ UNC (ND1-0 0.01)
NC1D0 is Standard 0.01″ to 1″ UNC (NC1-0 0.01)
ND1D0 is Standard 0.005″ to 1″ UNC (ND1-0 0.005)
ND1D1 is Standard 0.005″ to 1″ UNC (ND1-0 0.005)
ND1D2 is Standard 0.005″ to 1″ UNC (ND1-0 0.005)
ND1D3 is Standard 0.005″ to 1″ UNC (ND1-0 0.005)
STI-5 is 0.8965″ STI (STI-5 0.8965)
STI-6 is 0.978″ STI (STI-6 0.978)
ME Threads Keygen For (LifeTime) For PC
Optimizes user-selected different configurations for stainless, non-stainless materials, spring,
flat, and variable-depth material configurations. This program is the ultimate in tap and form drill and tap
guides for your CNC machine.
This program allows you to customize different aspects of your tap and form drill/tap designs for use in any CNC machine such as Delta, Willy, and UTS machines using a USB port.
Plates for each thread type are calculated using the correct threaded parameters, the standard gap size, and the selected tap and form drill diameter.
The program produces 18 total printable plates in four separate windows on your computer. The information may be printed off-screen on a printer and then put on the intended part, using a Zip-Drive or other portable printer.
Detailed physical size and material requirements of each tap and form drill thread are listed. Drill guide details are printed in a rectangular sized window, to be used on a clipboard, on-screen, or in a text file to be added to an existing CNC programming library.
It is your choice, but I believe that when thread diameter and threads are actually drilled in a part, the part should be used. I have updated the program to now reflect this recommendation.
Data are based on ANSI/ASME B57.1-2006 and ASTM B348 specifications. (Both DIN and UNE standards).
Information for features of the thread, such as flutes, helical lands, tops, shanks, cross-sections, and other design features, is included. Exact data for theoretical purposes, since there is no known standard pattern.
The entire thread is presented sequentially, from the largest to the smallest possible. Tap diameter is adjusted for the largest possible tap diameter for the type of material.
Exact values (from the standard) or range values (for purposes of plotting) are listed for all tolerances. The program will pre-insert the proper parameter values into all individual threads.
Sample dataset is updated to the current standard.
V02.1 is v2.0 with a completely overhauled and upgraded code base.
V02.2 adds more tolerances for more screw diameters for both stainless and non-stainless materials.
Saves selection of data for multiple thread types (stainless and non-stainless) and material types (stainless and non-stainless).
Now shows individual data for stainless
ME Threads Crack+
UNF – Reverse Threads
UNC – Radial Threads
UNJ – Cam or Unitary Flat Threads
UNJC – Cam or Unitary Combined – Tapered or Flat
UNJEF – Cam or Unitary Flat – Tapered Flat
UNJF – Radial – Cylinder
UNJEF – Radial – Intersection
UNJE – Radial – Cylinder with Lazy Eye
UNJE – Radial – Intersection
UNJE – Radial – Lazy Eye
UNL – Radial Threaded
UNM – Radial Flat
UNS – Radial Threaded with Plow
BUTTRESS – Angle Threads
UNT – Acme Threads
UNTX – Acme Threads in X
UNTXT – Acme Threads in X Type A or B
STI – Straight Threads
BSW – Lopear threads
BSF – Lopear Threads with Flat
BA – Boxed Acme
NPT – Boxed or Plastic Acme
NPSM – Boxed or Plastic Acme with Flat
NPSL – Boxed or Plastic Acme with Lazy Eye
ISO – Boxed Acme with Intersection
Data for this program can be found on the NetStores Corner website.
US One-Piece Tap Drill-Guides
US One-Piece Tap Drill-Guides are a tooling solution which can be used to machine thread profiles into an aluminum (or steel) blank. The tooling is a blank with thread profiles machined into the surface of the metal. Its advantage is that it eliminates a separate tapping step to machine threads into a part. Some advantages of this technology are less setup time and lower cost. Disadvantages are that these tools are less accurate and require a higher skills level. If you do not do this job on a regular basis then I would not recommend this technology for you.
US One-Piece Drill-Guides
US One-Piece Drill-Guides are another thread profile solution that is used to machine thread profiles into an aluminum (or steel) blank. The tooling is a blank with threads machined into the surface of the metal. The tooling is less accurate and has a longer setup time as well as a higher skills level. If you do not do this job on a regular basis then I would not recommend this technology for you.
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1. UNC (Unthreaded) – A thread that has a zero pitch. This type of thread is most commonly
used on bolts to secure mating parts and to simply fasten parts together.
2. UNF (Unfinished) – A thread that is unfinished. This type of thread is commonly used on bolts to adjust the alignment of mating parts.
3. UN (Unthreaded) – A thread that has no definite type. This type of thread is commonly used on nuts to secure mating parts, and to simply fasten parts together.
4. UNE (Unfinished) – A thread that is unfinished.
5. UNEF (Unfinished Extra Fine) – A thread that is unfinished but has a finer pitch than the UNF. This type of thread is commonly used on bolts that are used to adjust the alignment of mating parts.
6. UNJC (Unfinished Jank) – A thread that has a jagged finish. This type of thread is commonly used on bolts to adjust the alignment of mating parts.
7. UNJF (Unfinished Jank Fine) – A thread that is unfinished but has a finer pitch than the UNJC. This type of thread is commonly used on bolts that are used to adjust the alignment of mating parts.
8. UNJEF (Unfinished Jank Extra Fine) – A thread that is unfinished but has a finer pitch than the UNJF. This type of thread is commonly used on bolts that are used to adjust the alignment of mating parts.
9. UN (Unthreaded) – A type of thread where the centerline distance between flanks (i.e., the width of the thread) is zero. This type of thread is commonly used on hex drive bolts to secure mating parts and to simply fasten parts together.
10. UNS (Unthreaded Straight) – A type of thread where the centerline distance between flanks (i.e., the width of the thread) is zero. This type of thread is commonly used on hex drive bolts to secure mating parts and to simply fasten parts together.
11. BUTTRESS – A butted thread type. This type of thread is commonly used to secure an interior thread to the outside of a larger thread.
12. UNM (Unthreaded – Missing) – A thread that has no defined thread type. This type of thread is used to assemble a nut to a threaded hole.
13. STI (Standard
System Requirements For ME Threads:
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