What are sleeve and cotter joint?

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Posted On: Mar 18, 2020

 

Sleeve and cotter joint is a type of joint used to typically join two similar coaxial cylindrical rods and the same concept is used for AutoCAD designs. It contains a sleeve and two wedge-shaped tapered cotters. Appropriate intervals are cut in the sleeve and in the cylindrical rods. The cotters are assembled into these slots. A typical sleeve and cotter joint contains the following parts; a Sleeve and two wedge-shaped tapered cotters.

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