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Double Cam Unit General Description of WCMSH / WCMS

Cam Unit
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Double cam unit WCMS series is the optimum part for UDesignation of mounting surface UDimensional designation of backup surface
drilling the flat countersunk head screw holes at the door (View A) (View B)
inner panel lock. MFL MFR BFL BFR
(90n125) (90n125) (75n125) (75n125)

Dimension can be designated from


the center line in the range of 90 to
125 for the left (MFL) and the right Dimension can be designated from the
(MFR). (Increments of 5mm) center line in the range of 75 to 125 for the
qTypes and Features of Double Cam Unit left (BFL) and the right (BFR). (Increments of
Y C a m s l i d e r r e t u r n s s a fe l y by 5mm) To maintain the same relation as the
positive return. mounting surface, L and R are determined
Y Since the cam is an aerial type, the when viewed from the back of the backup
Working cam holder
overall design is made compact. surface (View B).
Y If the working angle is changed, the
Mounting surface cam shut height is constant.
Y Available angle is 0.0° to 10.0° at
increments of 0.5°.
qSpring specification
The angle can be specified at For double cam unit WCMS series, the pressure source can be selected. Either ISO type coil
A
increments of 0.1° from 1.6° to 3.9°.
spring or gas spring (Kaller) can be selected.
Y Dimensions for the working cam
UBreakdown of spring types
Working cam slider mounting surface and the guide
c a m b a c k u p s u r fa c e c a n b e Spring Type Working cam Guide Cam

Backup surface designated from the center line. ISO TJM32−152 TJM40− 76
B YThe standard working force is 98 kN GK(by KALLER) X350−50−7.0 X500−13−7.0
and the travel of the guide cam is 6
USpring Force
mm.
Spring Type Initial Load N Final Load N
YTwo types with/without the guide
For working cam
cam holder are available. Select 424.6 1968.6
TJM32−152(38.6N/mm)
the type without holder for direct ISO
For Guide Cam
mounting on the die. 1263.6 1895.4
TJM40−76(105.3N/mm)
For working cam
1407 2389
X350−50−7.0
GK
For Guide Cam
2198 2720
Guide Cam X500−13−7.0


Guide Cam Holder

1961 1962
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Double Cam Unit General Description of WCMSH / WCMS

Cam Unit
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qCoordinates of working cam reference point UValues of XY coordinates and cam diagram
UCalculation of X and Y coordinates K X Y MFH WT HS
0.0 265.000 240.000 140.0 25.712 30.642
G 0.5 266.527 239.906 140.0 25.712 30.866
1.0 268.053 239.799 140.0 25.715 31.091

0
H

=4

50°
13

SS
0 1.5 269.578 239.678 145.0 25.720 31.315

HS
1.6 269.882 239.653 145.0 25.722 31.360
D (10)

F
1.7 270.187
W
239.626 145.0 25.723 31.405
T

K
5
1.8 270.492 239.600 145.0 25.724 31.450
12

1.9 270.797 239.572 145.0 25.726 31.495


HS : 40P(sin50Icos50PtanK)
K 2 271.101 239.544 145.0 25.727 31.540
WT : 40Pcos50/cosK
40

2.1 271.406 239.516 145.0 25.729 31.585

MFH
2.2 271.710 239.487 145.0 25.730 31.630

E
)
C (175
2.3 272.015 239.458 145.0 25.732 31.674

Y
2.4 272.319 239.428 145.0 25.734 31.719
2.5 272.624 239.397 145.0 25.736 31.764
2.6 272.928 239.366 145.0 25.738 31.809

B (65)
2.7 273.233 239.335 145.0 25.740 31.854
K

2.8 273.537 239.303 145.0 25.742 31.899


2.9 273.841 239.270 145.0 25.744 31.944

40
3 274.145 239.237 145.0 25.747 31.989
A (255) 3.1 274.449 239.203 145.0 25.749 32.034
X 3.2 274.753 239.169 145.0 25.752 32.079
3.3 275.057 239.134 145.0 25.754 32.124
XMAICPsinKIDPcosK EmCpcoskm175pcosk 3.4 275.361 239.099 145.0 25.757 32.169
YMBICPcosKODPsinK FmDpsinkm10psink 3.5 275.665 239.063 145.0 25.760 32.214
GmCpsinkm175psink 3.6 275.969 239.027 145.0 25.762 32.259
HmDpcoskm10pcosk 3.7 276.272 238.990 145.0 25.765 32.304
3.8 276.576 238.953 145.0 25.768 32.350
3.9 276.880 238.915 145.0 25.771 32.395
4 277.183 238.876 145.0 25.774 32.440
UCalculation of cam travel(WT) and press travel (HS) UCam diagram (Example of 0.0°) 4.5 278.700 238.676 145.0 25.791 32.665
5 280.214 238.463 145.0 25.810 32.891
5.5 281.727 238.236 150.0 25.830 33.118
15°
6 283.238 237.996 150.0 25.853 33.344
6
6.5 284.746 237.743 150.0 25.878 33.571
0

Start of guide cam


=4

50°

7 286.253 237.477 150.0 25.905 33.799


SS

HS

HS=30.642

7.5 287.757 237.198 150.0 25.933 34.027


8 289.258 236.905 150.0 25.964 34.255
WT
End of guide
0
K

8.5 290.757 236.600 150.0 25.997 34.484


=4

70.143
SS

47.751

9 292.253 236.281 150.0 26.032 34.714


HS : 40P(sin50Icos50PtanK) Start of working cam 9.5 293.746 235.950 150.0 26.069 34.944
WT : 40Pcos50/cosK
10 295.237 235.605 150.0 26.108 35.175
WT=25.712
50
°

19.712
1963 1964
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Double Cam Unit General Description of WCMSH / WCMS

Cam Unit
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qStructure and Assembly/Disassembly of WCMSH qStructure and Assembly/Disassembly of WCMS

r Note) Assembly and disassembly


procedures are the same as
WCMSH on the left page.

e
UDisassembly method of
WCMSH
1) R e m o ve h ex a g o n
socket head bolt ( )
and remove stopper Cam Upper plate
@0 plate (@0).
2) Pull and remove cam
slider(e) from cam
a
holder B(r) to the Guide Cam
rea.
Guide cam (w) can
be removed upward Side Plate
w by removing spring
stopper (!9) and cam
upper plate (t).
Stopper
t
Cam Guides
!9

Wear Plate
Spring Stopper Spring Stopper Block

UAssembly method of WCMSH Y The guide cam mounting surface (mounting surface of wear plate) is machined for mounting
1) Assemble components in the reverse order of disassembly. the stopper and the spring stopper block.
Y Make sure that there is no foreign matter on the sliding area and assemble components.
Y The clearance between the cam slider and the cam holder is controlled. Match the stamped Y Side plate A wall surface for forward/backward movement of the guide cam is provided.
serial number on the holder and slider before assembly. Fixing and sliding is controlled with the Cam upper plate.
Y When cam is disassembled and then reassembled, please do not forget to assemble all bolts
provided.

1965 1966
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Double Cam Unit General Description of WCMSH / WCMS

Cam Unit
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qTable of Components o WCMSH qTable of Components o WCMS
No. Description Qty Material and Remark No. Description Qty Material and Remark No. Description Qty Material and Remark No. Description Qty Material and Remark
q Cam Holder A 1 FCD550 @6 Wear Plate 1 SESW75-75 w Guide Cam 1 FCD550 @6 Wear Plate 1 SESW75-75
w Guide Cam 1 FCD550 @7 Key 8 SS400 LKU32-50-14 e Cam Slider 1 FCD550 @7 Key 4 SS400 LKU32-50-14
e Cam Slider 1 FCD550 @8 Stopper 2 Urethane r Cam Holder B 1 FCD550 @8 Stopper 2 Urethane
r Cam Holder B 1 FCD550 $4 Lock Plate 1 S45C t Cam Upper Plate 2 MCUF52-150 $4 Lock Plate 1 S45C
t Cam Upper Plate 2 MCUF52-150 $6 Spring Guide Pin 1 S45C ISO Specification only y Side Plate 2 SESW38-150 $6 Spring Guide Pin 1 S45C ISO Specification only
y Side Plate 2 SESW38-150 $7 Spring 1 Refer to Page 1970 u Spring Guide Block 1 Bronze with Graphite $7 Spring 1 Refer to Page 1972
u Spring Guide Block 1 Bronze with Graphite $8 Spring Guide Pin 1 S45C ISO Specification only i Cam Slide Guide 1 CBSPL65-100 $8 Spring Guide Pin 1 S45C ISO Specification only
i Cam Slide Guide 1 CBSPL65-100 $9 Spring 1 Refer to Page 1970 o Cam Slide Guide 1 CBSL65-100 %1 Spring 1 Refer to Page 1972
o Cam Slide Guide 1 CBSL65-100 !0 Cam Slide Guide 1 S45C %2 Spring Stopper Block 1 S45C
!0 Cam Slide Guide 1 S45C !1 Cam Slide Guide 1 Bronze with Graphite
!1 Cam Slide Guide 1 Bronze with Graphite !2 Cam Stroke Plate 2 Bronze with Graphite
!2 Cam Stroke Plate 2 Bronze with Graphite !3 Slide Plate R 1 S45C Copper Powder
!3 Slide Plate R 1 S45C Copper Powder !4 Slide Plate L 1 S45C Copper Powder
!4 Slide Plate L 1 S45C Copper Powder !5 Positive Return Block 2 S45C
!5 Positive Return Block 2 S45C !6 Positive Return 2 Bronze
!6 Positive Return 2 Bronze !7 Positive Return R 1 Bronze
!7 Positive Return R 1 Bronze !8 Positive Return L 1 Bronze
!8 Positive Return L 1 Bronze !9 Spring Stopper A 1 S45C
!9 Spring Stopper A 1 S45C @0 Stopper Plate 1 S45C
@0 Stopper Plate 1 S45C @1 Spring Stopper B 1 S45C
@1 Spring Stopper B 1 S45C @2 Stopper 1 S45C
@2 Stopper 1 S45C @3 Wear Plate 2 TWX38-150
@3 Wear Plate 2 TWX38-150 @4 Wear Plate 2 TWX48-250
Bolts for assembly are not indicated.
@4 Wear Plate 2 TWX48-250 @5 Wear Plate 1 TWX48-125 Part numbers are shown on the drawing.
@5 Wear Plate 1 TWX48-125 Bolts for assembly are not indicated.
Part numbers are shown on the drawing.

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Double Cam Unit

Cam Unit
WITH HOLDER

WCMSH
qX Y Coordinates Mount Face Work Travel Press Travel
K X Y MFH WT HS
Arrow A View 0 265.000 240.000 140.0 25.712 30.642
125a0.05 2-h16H7
0.5 266.527 239.906 140.0 25.712 30.866
85a0.05 4-h18-h26 !2 @6 1 268.053 239.799 140.0 25.715 31.091
6.3 1.5 269.578 239.678 145.0 25.720 31.315

28
30
2 271.101 239.544 145.0 25.727 31.540

40
!3 qCam Diagram 2.5 272.624 239.397 145.0 25.736 31.764
$9$8@1 15° 3 274.145 239.237 145.0 25.747 31.989
10
210a0.02

3.5 275.665 239.063 145.0 25.760 32.214


6 !8
250

100
4 277.183 238.876 145.0 25.774 32.440
@2 !7 4.5 278.700 238.676 145.0 25.791 32.665
32 o0.03

5 280.214 238.463 145.0 25.810 32.891

40
0

u 5.5 281.727 238.236 150.0 25.830 33.118

72.392
6 283.238 237.996 150.0 25.853 33.344

50
HS
t 6.5 284.746 237.743 150.0 25.878 33.571
6.3 35 !4
120 7 286.253 237.477 150.0 25.905 33.799

K
7.5 287.757 237.198 150.0 25.933 34.027

50°
190

35
30
6.3

WT 8 289.258 236.905 150.0 25.964 34.255


y
!9 8.5 290.757 236.600 150.0 25.997 34.484
450 $4
9 292.253 236.281 150.0 26.032 34.714
X 9.5 293.746 235.950 150.0 26.069 34.944
@7
r 10 295.237 235.605 150.0 26.108 35.175
6.3

55
6.3

e YBackup Face(BF View) YMount Face(MF View)


9

w
6.3

6.3 85
MFL 20 245a0.05
6.3 BFL BFR (90n125) MFR Arrow B View
(90n125) 30 190
(75n125) (75n125) 55

6.3
6.3 @3
6.3

@4 @5

7
6.3
6.3

6.3
K
6.3
40

WT
95
145

@0 70
A @8 MF
335
295

MFH

175a0.02
Y

BF

250
210

160

32 o0.03
85

0
40

!0 !5 !6
6.3 6(Travel) 6.3 4-h18-h26 2-h16H7
20 58
9

@7 q i o !1
$7$6 2 62 6 175a0.05
270
B Refer to page 1971 for the table of components,
and page 1977 for details of the cam diagram.

qSpring specifications qWorking force (working cam)


Mounting Surface Backup Surface
K PS Working Cam Spring Force N Guide Cam Spring Force N 98kN
Catalog No. Nominal Increments of 5mm Increments of 5mm
Increments of 0.5° Spring Type Spring
MFL MFR BFL BFR Type(PS) Initial Load Final Load Initial Load Final Load
WCMSH 250 90n125 90n125 0.0n10.0 75n125 75n125 ISOYGK
ISO 424.6 1968.6 1263.6 1895.4
Catalog No. Nominal – MFL – MFR – – BFL – BFR – PS
K GK 1407 2389 2198 2720
Order
WCMSH 250 – 100 – 90 GK Diagram
– 3.0 – 100 – 90 –qCam ISO… For Working Cam TJM32-152(38.6N/mm) Guideline of spring durability 500,000 strokes
15° For Guide Cam TJM40-76(105.3N/mm) Guideline of spring durability 1,000,000 strokes
k �� The angle can be specified at increments of 0.1°from 1.6°to 3.9°.
GK… For Working Cam X350-50-7.0
1969 PS �� Refer to page 1970 (or page 1962) for the spring type specification. 6 For Guide Cam X500-13-7.0 1970
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72.392
50
HS

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#2!3

50°

K
5)
0n FL
12
M
WT

(9
Double Cam Unit

Cam Unit
WITHOUT HOLDER

WCMS qX Y Coordinates (Refer to page P.000)

Arrow A View
125a0.05 2-h16H7
85a0.05 4-h18-h26 !2 @6
6.3
qCam Slide Guide(i)

30
28
40
32 o0.03

100
0
210a0.02

60 20 10

h17.5
!8
250

100

h11
10 !7

120°
65
t

50
6.3 35 120 20 40 26
190

65.5
6.3

10
37
!4(other side !3)

1.6
1.6
185
450
y Arrow B View
!9 %2 $4
X 30 70 150
r @7 e
55
6.3

w YBackup Face(BF View) YMount Face(MF View) 5 35 25 50 50


@4 @5 @3
9

6.3

6.3

6.3
85
BFL BFR
(75n125) (75n125) MFL
6.3
(90n125) MFR 25 100 100
55 (90n125)
K
6.3
40

95

250
140
100
70

110
A MF

80

46
BF
145
295

WT 25 75
255

@0

MFH
@8 25 100
58 65
85

3-BOLT HOLE for M12 20 14-BOLT HOLE for M10


 (h13-h20)   (h11-h17.5)
21.5

1.6 10 69
65.5

19
33

6(Travel) 165
!0 !5 !6
6.3 270
基準点 10 4 62 6 ST o i !1
$7$6
65 325 100
6.3

B Refer to page 1972 for the table of components,


and page 1977 for details of the cam diagram.

qSpring specifications qWorking force (working cam)


Mounting Surface Backup Surface
K PS Working Cam Spring Force N Guide Cam Spring Force N 98kN
Catalog No. Nominal Increments of 5mm Increments of 5mm
Increments of 0.5° Spring Type Spring
MFL MFR BFL BFR Type(PS) Initial Load Final Load Initial Load Final Load
WCMS 250 90n125 90n125 0.0n10.0 75n125 75n125 ISOYGK
ISO 424.6 1968.6 1263.6 1895.4
Catalog No. Nominal – MFL – MFR – K – BFL – BFR – PS GK 1407 2389 2198 2720
Order
WCMS 250 – 100 – 90 – 5.0 – 100 – 90 – ISO ISO… For Working Cam TJM32-152(38.6N/mm) Guideline of spring durability 500,000 strokes
k �� The angle can be specified at increments of 0.1°from 1.6°to 3.9°. For Guide Cam TJM40-76(105.3N/mm) Guideline of spring durability 1,000,000 strokes
GK… For Working Cam X350-50-7.0
PS �� Refer to page 1972 (or page 1962) for the spring type specification.
1971 For Guide Cam X500-13-7.0 1972
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1973
HS=31.585 HS=31.45 HS=31.315

1.8°
1.5°

2.1°
0.0°
HS=30.642
50° 50 50°
°
SS SS SS
=4 =4 =4 SS
0 0 0
50
°
=4
0
HS=31.585 HS=31.45 HS=31.315

1.8°
1.5°

2.1°
HS=30.642
15
50° 50 50°
0.0° °

°
SS SS SS

1961-1976-eng.indd 1973-1974
S

15°
=4 =4 =4
0 0 0
50
°

15°

6
6
2.1°

15°
47.751S=4

6
6

1.8° 1.5° 0

25.72

25.724
19.721
70.143

19.718
19.712
48.559

19.725
25.729
48.424
48.693
15°

71.086 70.951 70.816

15°
47.751

15°

6
6
2.1°

6
6

1.8° 1.5°

25.72

25.724
19.721
70.143

19.718
19.712

19.725
25.729
48.559HS=31.495 48.424 HS=30.866

15° 1.9°
0.5°

1.6°

2.2°
48.693HS=31.63 HS=31.36
50° 50°
50
WT=25.712 WT=25.712
50°
CAM DIAGRAM

°
71.086
SS SS
70.951 70.816
SS SS
=4
=4
0 0 =4 =4
0
0
HS=31.495 HS=30.866

1.9°
0.5°

1.6°

2.2°
HS=31.63 HS=31.36
50° 50°
50 50°
° SS
SS =4 SS SS
=4 0 =4 =4
15°

15°

0 0 0

15°

15°
1.9°

6
6

6
Double Cam Unit

2.2° 1.6° 0.5°

25.726
19.722

25.73
19.726
25.722
19.719
19.712

48.604
48.738 48.469
25.712

47.975
71.131 70.996
70.861 70.367
15°

15°

15°

6
1.9°

6
6

2.2° 1.6° 0.5°

25.726
19.722

25.73
19.726
25.722
19.719
19.712

48.604
HS=31.091

15° 2.3°
1.7°

HS=31.54
1.0°

48.738HS=31.674
25.712

2.0°
48.469HS=31.405
50 50° 47.975
50° 50
°
70.996
°
71.131 SS SS
SS
=4 = 70.861
SS 70.367 =4
0 40 =4 0
0

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HS=31.091

2.3°
1.7°

HS=31.54
1.0°

50° HS=31.674 50 2.0°


50 HS=31.405 50°
° °
SS SS SS
=4 = SS =4
0 40 =4 0
15°

15°
15°

15°
6
6

6
2.3° 2°
6

1.7°

19.724
25.727

19.72
25.715

25.732

19.727
19.715

25.723

48.783 48.649
48.514 48.199
71.176 71.041 70.592
70.906
15°

15°
15°

15°
6
6

6
2.3° 2°
6

1.7°

19.724
25.727

19.72
25.715

25.732

19.727
19.715

25.723

48.783 48.649
48.514 48.199
71.176 71.041 70.592
70.906
HS=32.124 HS=31.989 HS=31.854

3.3°
3.0°
2.7°
2.4°

50° 50° 50° 50° HS=31.719


SS SS SS SS
= =4 =4 =4
40 0 0 0

HS=32.124 HS=31.989 HS=31.854


3.3°
3.0°
2.7°
2.4°

50° 50° 50° 50° HS=31.719


SS SS SS SS
= =4 =4 =4
40 0 0 0
15
15°

2.4°
15°
6

3.3°
15°
°


6
6

2.7°
25.74
25.734

25.754
19.744
19.729

25.747
19.739
19.733

49.233 49.098 48.963 48.828

71.625 71.49 71.355 71.221


2.4°
6

3.3°
°


6
6

2.7°
25.74
25.734

25.754
19.744
19.729

25.747
19.739
19.733

49.098HS=32.034 48.963HS=31.899 48.828


15° 3.4°

49.233HS=32.169
15° 3.1°
15 2.8°
15° 2.5°

HS=31.764
50° 50° 50
S
° 50
°
SS SS 71.221
71.625 = 71.49S=4 71.355 =4
SS
40 0 0 =4
0

HS=32.034 HS=31.899
3.4°

HS=32.169
3.1°
2.8°
2.5°

HS=31.764
50° 50° 50
° 50
SS SS SS °
SS
= =4
0 =4 =4
15

40 0
15

3.1° 0
°
6
°
6

3.4° 2.5°
15°

6
15°

2.8°
6

19.74
25.749
19.73

25.742

25.757
19.735

19.746
25.736

49.278 49.143 49.008 48.873

71.67 71.535 71.4 71.266


15
15

3.1°
°
6
°
6

3.4° 2.5°
15°

6
15°

2.8°
6

19.74
25.749
19.73

25.742

25.757
19.735

19.746
25.736

49.278HS=32.214 49.143 49.008 48.873


HS=32.079 HS=31.809
3.2°

HS=31.944
2.9°
2.6°

3.5°

50° 50° 50
71.535
50° °
71.67
SS SS 71.4
SS 71.266
SS
= =4 =4 =
40 0 0 40
HS=32.214 HS=31.809
HS=32.079
3.2°

HS=31.944
2.9°
2.6°

3.5°

50° 50° 50
50° °
SS SS SS SS
= =4 =4 =4
40 0
15

0 0
15

15

3.2°
°
6

3.5°
15°

2.9°
°

°
6

2.6°
25.76
25.752

19.748
19.742
25.738

25.744
19.732

19.737

49.323 49.188 49.053 48.918


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71.716 71.58 71.445 71.311


15
15

15

3.2°
°
6

3.5°
15°

2.9°
°

°
6

2.6°
25.76
25.752

19.748
19.742
25.738

25.744
19.732

19.737

49.323 49.188 49.053 48.918


71.716 71.58 71.445 71.311

HS=33.571 HS=32.395 HS=32.259


6.5°

HS=32.891
5.0°
3.9°
3.6°

50° 50° 50° 50°


SS SS SS SS
=40 =4 =4 =4
0 0 0
1974

Cam Unit
HS=33.571 HS=32.395 HS=32.259
6.5°

HS=32.891
5.0°
3.9°
3.6°

50° 50° 50° 50°


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SS SS SS SS
=
15°

40 =4 =4 =4
0 0 0
15

6.5° 5° 3.9°
6
15°

3.6°
6
15°

6
6

25.81
19.75

19.839
25.878
19.787
25.771
19.757
25.762

50.68 50
49.503 49.368
SS SS SS SS
= =4 =4 =4
0

15
40

15
0

15
3.2° 0

°
6
3.5°

15°

6
2.9°

°
6

6
2.6°

25.76
25.752

19.748
19.742
25.738

25.744
19.732

19.737
49.323 49.188 49.053 48.918
71.716 71.58 71.445 71.311

15
15

15
3.2°

°
6
3.5°

15°

6
2.9°

°
6

6
2.6°

25.76
25.752

19.748
19.742
25.738

25.744
19.732

19.737
49.188

1975
49.323 49.053 48.918
71.716 71.58 71.445 71.311
HS=33.571 HS=32.395 HS=32.259

6.5°
HS=32.891

5.0°
3.9°
3.6°
50° 50° 50° 50°
SS SS SS SS
=4 =4 =4 =4
0 0 0 0

HS=33.571 HS=32.395 HS=32.259

6.5°
HS=32.891

5.0°
3.9°
3.6°

50° 50° 50° 50°

1961-1976-eng.indd 1975-1976
SS SS SS SS
=

15°
40 =4 =4 =4
0 0 0

15
6.5° 5° 3.9°

6
15°

°
3.6°
6
15°

6
6

25.81
19.75

19.839
25.878
19.787
25.771
19.757
25.762
50.68 50
49.503 49.368

73.072 72.392 71.896 71.761

15°
15
6.5° 5° 3.9°

6
°
3.6°
6

6
6

25.81
19.75

19.839
25.878
19.787
25.771
19.757
25.762
50 HS=32.304
49.503HS=32.44 49.368

15° 4.0°
50.68HS=33.799

7.0°
HS=33.118

5.5°
15° 3.7°

50° 50° 50°


50°
S
CAM DIAGRAM

73.072
SS
= 72.392
SS 71.896S= 71.761
SS
40 = 40 =4
40 0
HS=32.304
HS=32.44
4.0°
HS=33.799

7.0°
HS=33.118

5.5°
3.7°

50° 50° 50°


50°
SS SS SS SS
=4 =4 =4
=4 0
15

7° 0 0 4° 0

15
°
6

5.5°

15°
15

6
3.7°

°
6

6
Double Cam Unit

19.86
19.76

25.905
25.774

19.803
25.765
19.753

25.83
50.226 49.549
50.908 49.413

73.3 72.619 71.941 71.806


15

7° 4°

15
°
6

5.5°

6
3.7°

°
6

6
°

19.86
19.76

25.905
25.774

19.803
25.765
19.753

25.83
49.549HS=32.665

15° 7.5°
4.5°
15 3.8°

50.226HS=33.344

6.0°
50° 50.908HS=34.027 50° 50° 50° 49.413HS=32.35
S 71.941
SS S
73.3SS 72.619S= = 71.806S=4
=4 40 40 0
0

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HS=32.665 HS=32.35

7.5°
4.5°
3.8°

50° HS=34.027 50° HS=33.344 6.0° 50° 50°


SS SS SS SS
= =4 =4
0
=4
0
0
15

40 6° 4.5° 3.8°
15°

6
6

7.5°
°

15°

15°
6

6
19.82

19.882
25.791
25.768

25.933
19.772
19.755

25.853
51.136 50.453 49.774 49.458

73.528 72.845 72.166 71.851


15

6° 4.5° 3.8°
15°

6
6

7.5°
°

15°

15°
6

6
19.82

19.882
25.791
25.768

25.933
19.772
19.755

25.853
51.136 50.453 49.774 49.458

73.528 72.845 72.166 71.851


9.5
8.0

HS=34.255
50° HS=34.944 50°
SS SS
=4
=4
0 0
9.5
8.0

HS=34.255
50° HS=34.944 50°
SS SS
=4
15

0
°

=4
0 8°
6

9.5°
19.905

15°

19.986
25.964

26.069

51.364
52.053
74.446 73.756
15
°


6

9.5°
19.905

19.986
25.964

26.069
8.5

15°10.0

HS=35.175 51.364HS=34.484
52.053
50° 50°
S SS
73.756
74.446S= =4
40 0
8.5

10.0

50° HS=35.175 50° HS=34.484


SS SS
=4 =4
8.5 0
15°

19.93
15°

10° 0 °
6

20.016
25.997

26.108

52.284 51.593

74.677 8.5 73.986


15°

19.93
15°

10° °
6

20.016
25.997

26.108
9.0

52.284 50° 51.593HS=34.714

73.986SS
74.677 =4
0
9.0

50° HS=34.714
SS
=4
15°

9° 0
6

19.957
26.032

51.823
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74.215
15°


6

19.957
26.032

51.823

74.215
1976

Cam Unit
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