Safety first. Shaft alignment design is not an ordinary calculation and implies the presence of certain acceptance criteria that the initial offsets should satisfy. Complying the acceptance criteria is a prerequisite for safe operation. The more thorough the design states are assigned and the acceptance criteria are selected, the greater the guarantee that the shafting in operation will not fail due to a wrong shaft alignment design.
What is the most time-consuming in the shaft alignment design and requires much intense attention? This is a setting and checking of the fulfilment of a large number of diverse acceptance criteria in various service conditions. Fortunately, this procedure is automated in ShaftDesigner. The video is presented will allow you to see how it is done.