5 start 1/2"D Acme Threads

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5 start 1/2"D Acme Threads by Thesaint7811 Feb 8, 2013
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needed to build a threaded connector for the new project I am working on so I decided to test the threads and it came out better than I expected so I figured I would post it


I've included the .STL and the original sdlprt so you can just modify it like I am going to do, it will be use for anything you need that involves this thread pattern. ACME Threaded Rod 1/2"-10 Sz, 1/2" Travel/Turn, RH Thread, 5 Starts thread.

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anyone know anywhere I can find a stl file for 4 start?

Thank you for uploading this. I needed a 5 start nut and 5 start bearing holder. Your connector saved me quite a bit of work. I just uploaded the nut and sleeve and gave you credit for the original design. Thanks again

Acme 1/2-10 5 start Threaded Nut and Sleeve

Works great. Now to adapt them to Anti-backlash nuts. Awesome job though.

Yea I was rather proud after doing these manually in solidworks

Threads work a lot better than I thought, too.