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Tracking with crowned pulley wheels


(2000)

I am looking for information regarding crowned pulley wheels. I am trying to modify our equipment to allow better tracking of our product. I already tried a crowned pulley and one gauge of material tracked perfectly down the middle of the wheel, the thicker gauge stayed to the side. I am looking for information that will explain what crowned radius I should use for various material thicknesses. Any help?

Greg Churley
Delphi - Warren, Ohio


(2004)

see this: http://www.beltcorp.com/woven/pulleycrowning.html

Adrian Urlea
- Toronto, Canada



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