The definition of damping axis:
The damping shaft is simply a shaft with damping. It is defined as a shaft used to connect product components and is used to withstand bending and torque during rotating work. It is called a damping shaft.
The principle of damping shaft:
The principle of the damping shaft is actually the friction force generated by the compression between the seal and the seal. The friction depends on the number of seals installed and the tightness of the nut. For example, when we open the screen of a laptop computer, the hinge of the laptop computer needs a certain amount of force, and this force does not need to be great. When we stop rotating, the screen will not shake up and down, but depends on the friction on the hinge. Place the notebook screen where you want.
Damp shaft structure:
The structure of the damping shaft can be divided into different application scenarios and categories: in-line damping shaft, winding damping shaft, debris damping shaft
Application of damping shaft:
Common shock-absorbing shafts are: notebook shock-absorbing shaft, mobile phone shock-absorbing shaft, desk lamp shock-absorbing shaft, screen shock-absorbing shaft, camera shock-absorbing shaft, pos machine shock-absorbing shaft Wait.
Common damping shaft problems:
The most common problem of damping shafts is the wear and tear of the seals between the shafts, which are also common equipment problems when using shafts. It is mainly caused by the metal characteristics of the shaft seal: although the metal has high hardness, it has poor shrinkage (cannot be restored after deformation), poor impact resistance and fatigue resistance, so it is easy to cause adhesive wear, abrasive wear, fatigue wear, friction wear, etc. Most damper shafts are not easily detectable for wear. Only when the damping is maintained at a large amplitude, can we notice abnormal noises and so on. However, when it was discovered, most of the drive shaft was worn out, making the damping effect smaller.