Friction Drive Explained

The friction drive is a new type of friction drive system that consists of a friction block and a connecting piece.

Friction Drive

The friction blocks are locked together and integrated, making them safe and reliable to use.

The scope of use

The friction block material is made of synthetic fiber, consisting of light leather, chrome-tanned leather, and plant fibers. It also includes anti-wear and friction-increasing agents, as well as a binder.

The transmission ring offers several advantages, such as wear and temperature resistance, stability, reliability, long service life, and affordability. It is an ideal option for friction transmission rings, especially for friction drive of friction press, consisting of a friction block and connecting piece.

The friction block has a unique feature in that it is divided into two layers. The upper and lower layers are connected using connecting pins, and the butt joints of the upper and lower friction blocks are staggered.

The design

An adjustable spring is used to press the friction plate, which acts as a load safety device.

The headstock of the machine tool features a friction clutch that serves as an overload protection mechanism. However, the friction plates wear out over time, necessitating frequent adjustments.

In addition, it can mimic the overload protection device found in a radial drilling machine. This structure entails several dimples arranged between two plates, with a steel ball situated in the center. An adjustable spring presses down on the steel ball, causing it to slip when the load becomes too heavy.

The motor reducer serves as the primary power source, and an overload protection device is installed at the load and reducer output.

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