The DIN thread which you want to produce with Centerdrill tool and Centertap threadformer will provide a extraction force of 2,2 up to 2,7 tons (example: M8 in 2mm steel).
In the first working step you will form a high-strength Centerdrill bush. In the second step you will form (no cutting!) the DIN thread with the corresponding Centertap threadformer.
Production of bushes with threads in only two steps! Get bushes out of the original material, with high extraction forces! No more wobbling, loosening or twisting!
In the following table you will find information about the extraction forces from M4 up to M20 in combination with most common material thicknesses.
Pull-out forces of formed threads
Determined pull-out forces in kN for material S235JR (ST37/2)
The stated values are empirical values and vary depending on the type of former, material, and material thickness. For stainless steel the value is slightly higher. For aluminum it is much lower.
|M4||1.0||5 - 6||M10||3.0||46 - 53|
|2.0||8 - 9||4.0||68 - 72|
|M5||1.0||8 - 10||M12||3.0||50 - 72|
|1.5||11 - 13||4.0||84 - 91|
|2.0||14 - 15||5.0||84 - 106|
|M6||1.5||12 - 16||M16||3.0||94 - 97|
|2.0||16 - 17||4.0||94 - 115|
|3.0||23 - 24||5.0||126 - 141|
|M8||2.0||22 - 27||M20||3.0||122 - 142|
|3.0||36 - 42||4.0||147 - 162|
|4.0||43 - 45||5.0||196 - 200|
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