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W24Thread

W24ThreadISOMetric

Metric ISO Thread following ISO 1502

Supports:

PAYLOAD DICT EXAMPLE
blurb str

string representation for human interpretation
M4x1.5
thread_type W24ThreadType

thread type to facilitate deserialization
ISO_METRIC
diameter float

Diameter of the thread in mm.

NOTE: The norms range from 0.1 to 1000mm; however, diameters outside that range are possible (and occur)
4
pitch float

Pitch of the thread in mm. Normed range: 0.25 - 9mm.

NOTE: the value will only be set if is explicitly stated in the drawing. This behaviour might change in the future and perform an automatic lookup in the DIN standards. If this change would affect your application, please get in touch with us.
1.5
handedness W24ThreadHandedness

Left of right-handedness of the thread. This will be RIGHT unless explicitly described as LEFT in the drawing
W24ThreadHandedness.RIGHT

W24ThreadUTS

Unified Thread Standard (UTS) base class for

  • UNC - Unified National Coarse Thread
  • UNF - Unified National Fine Thread
  • UNEF - Unified National Extrafine Thread
PAYLOAD DICT EXAMPLE
blurb str

string representation for human interpretation
#0, 1 3/4"
thread_type W24ThreadType

thread type to facilitate deserialization
UTS_COARSE / UTS_FINE / UTS_EXTRAFINE / UTS_SPECIAL
uts_size str

UTS size as string representation. Threads with a diameter < 0.25 inch are written with a leading '#'. Threads with a diameter >= 0.25 inch are represented as fractions with a tailing '"'
#0, 1 3/4"
diameter float

Diameter of the thread in mm.
4
threads_per_inch float --Threads per inch

NOTE: The float (rather than int) is chosen to support non-convertional threads as well.
3
tolerance_class str

Tolerance class. Options: 1A, 2A, 3A for external threads and 1B, 2B, 3B for internal threads
1A

W24ThreadWhitworth

Whitworth Thread following ISO 228-1

PAYLOAD DICT EXAMPLE
blurb str

string representation for human interpretation
G3/4
thread_type W24ThreadType

thread type to facilitate deserialization
WHITWORTH
diameter float

Diameter of the thread in mm.
4
whitworth_size float

Size number (for historic reasons not proportional to size)
0.75