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1. Ball Plungers
Ball plungers, also known as ball detentes or ball lock pins, are mechanical components that are used to align, position, and secure objects in place. They typically consist of a cylindrical body with a spring-loaded ball bearing that protrudes from one end. The ball bearing is used to engage with a hole or detentes in another object, creating a positive locking mechanism.
Ball plungers are commonly used in various applications where precise positioning, alignment, or locking is required. They are widely used in industrial, manufacturing, automotive, and aerospace industries, as well as in household items, fixtures, and furniture.
One of the main advantages of ball plungers is their simplicity and ease of use. They provide a quick and efficient way to secure objects in place with a positive locking mechanism. The spring-loaded ball bearing can be easily depressed, allowing for easy insertion or removal of the plunger, and then released to engage with the hole or detentes in the mating object, providing a secure hold.
2. Index Plungers
Index plungers, also known as indexing plungers or detentes pins, are mechanical components used for positioning and locking applications. They typically consist of a cylindrical body with a spring-loaded plunger that can be pulled or pushed to engage with indexing holes or notches in another object, creating a positive locking mechanism.
Index plungers are commonly used in applications where precise indexing or positioning is required, such as in machining, indexing tables, fixtures, jigs, and other industrial equipment. They are designed to provide accurate and repeatable positioning, allowing for consistent alignment and locking of objects.
Index plungers come in various sizes, materials, and designs to suit different applications. They can be made from materials such as steel, stainless steel, brass, or plastic, depending on the requirements of the application. The choice of material may depend on factors such as strength, corrosion resistance, and operating environment.