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WEIGHT CALCULATION FOR M6 X 1M LONG THREADED BAR

11/06/2009 2:20 AM

HOW COULD WE CALCULATE?

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11/06/2009 3:08 AM
  • Turn off Caps Lock.
  • → Kempe's Engineers' Yearbook, any edition, and look it up.
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11/06/2009 3:15 AM

It also depends on the coarseness or fineness of the thread. A coarse-threaded rod will weigh somewhat less.

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Re: WEIGHT CALCULATION FOR M6 X 1M LONG THREADED BAR

11/07/2009 9:50 AM

How much stuff you're talking about? This can be a quite involved.

Better, if you measure several identical pieces and take their average value and keep that for reference so you can use it to multiply your future work pieces with.

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