Harrison M250/M300 taper attachment leadscrew splines dimensions
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    Default Harrison M250/M300 taper attachment leadscrew splines dimensions

    Hi,

    Trying to figure out are these Harrison splines their own "standard" or fits to some international standards as well? I'm not strong in mechanical theory, from what I found, ISO 14:1982, for example, defines smallest sizes d=11, D=14. But Harrison splines have D=11.

    I need to order new leadscrew (and also make new female part) and I thought that it would be good idea to use closest standard dimensions if existing Harrison are not standard. Or they are standard?
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