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Composite Bearing Machining Instruction

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Machining Composite Bearings


As a general guide, methods used for brass, aluminum or lignum vitae will apply for PM&I composite bearings.


It is preferable to use tungsten carbide turning tools with cutting speeds of 20 feet (5 meters) per second.


Composite bearings materials must be machined dry without the use of coolant.


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