The Advantages of ASME vs ISO Slotted Pins

When it comes to pinning applications in new materials, it is frequently a situation of going for the cheapest option and what is known in the industry.  In many cases this is the Slotted Pin ISO 8752 (also known as the roll pin), which has been around for many years, developed from the old DIN 1481 standard.  This pin was designed long before the advancements in production techniques and materials made lightweight / high-volume production feasible.  The ISO 8752 pin can and does, in fact, create significant assembly and quality issues in these new materials.



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