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SOLID WORK MANUAL

HORIZONTAL STUFFING BOX

Prepared by : K. Dharma Senthil


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STUFFING BOX
Experiment: Date:

When a sliding or rotating rod passes through a cylinder, containing fluid under
pressure, to prevent the leakage of fluid along the sliding or rotating rod, a stuffing box is used. A
good stuffing box should allow free movement of the rod with practically no leakage of the fluid.

Stuffing box is used in steam engines, reciprocating pump, centrifugal pumps, valves
etc.

The stuffing box body is cast as part of either cylinder end or cylinder cover. The top
flange is elliptical. The space around the piston rod is filled with packing material. The packing is
compressed by a cast n gland which is forced down by means of two collar studs and nuts. e gland
is lined with a brass bush and a neck bush is inserted in the stuffing box. The ends of the bushes are
beveled. By doing so, the packing made to press tightly against the rod. An oil cup is formed on the
top of the gland to lubricate the rod.

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Create the Body

New part.
Click New , or click File, New on the Standard toolbar. Click the Part Icon form the
New SolidWorks Document dialog box, and click OK.

Filing a part.
Using the Save option from the File menu or selecting the Save button on the
Standard toolbar, file the part under the name Body. The extension, *.sldprt, is added
automatically. Click Save.

Change the Name


Body

1. Select the sketch plane.

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1, Insert a new sketch and choose the Front Plane.
2, Choose the Normal To Icon.
3, Draw the Center Line

4, Draw the given sketch

5, Change the dimension

Step 1

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Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

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Step 5

6, After finish the sketch and click the Return Icon


7, Click Features and select Boss/Base, Revolve... from the Insert menu.

8, Choose the Revolved Axis Line in the sketch.

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The Property Manager appears with the defaults end condition.
One Direction
Angle 360°

9, Click OK
10, Finished Feature and Save the Part
The Solid Revolved Feature is created as the first feature of the parts

2. Select the sketch plane.

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1, Insert a new sketch
2, Click the Standard view – Left side view.

3, Select the Left view as Work Plane

Work Plane

4, Draw the Circle as per Dimension on the Work Plane

Step 1 Step 2
5, Completed the sketch and click OK
6, Click the Return Icon

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7, Change the Isometric view
8, Click Features and select Extruded Cut from the Insert menu.
9, Select the Circle
Select the Circle

10, Display the Cut Extrude – Direction 1 – Blind – Depth 25mm

11, Click OK

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12, Save the Part…

3. Create the Axis.


1, Choose the Menu Tool Bar – Insert – Reference Geometry - Axis

2, Click the Circular Surface

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Circular Surface

3,

Click OK

4. Create the Circular Pattern.


1, Choose the Menu Tool Bar – Insert – Pattern/Mirror – Circular Pattern

2, Select the Axis line

Axis Line

3, Enter the number of Hole (No. of 3)


4, Click the Equal Spacing

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5, Click the Features to Pattern Box
6, Select the Hole
Hole

7, After Display the 3 Hole than Click OK

8, Finishing Feature

9, Save the Part…

Create the Gland


New part.

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Click New , or click File, New on the Standard toolbar. Click the Part Icon form the
New SolidWorks Document dialog box, and click OK.

Filing a part.
Using the Save option from the File menu or selecting the Save button on the
Standard toolbar, file the part under the name Gland. The extension, *.sldprt, is added
automatically. Click Save.

Change the Name


Gland

1. Select the sketch plane.

1, Insert a new sketch and choose the Front Plane.

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2, Choose the Normal To Icon.
3, Draw the Center Line

4, Draw the given sketch

5,Change the Dimension

Step 1 Step 2

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Step 3 Step 4

6, After finish the sketch and click the Return Icon


7, Change the Isometric view
8, Click Features and select Boss/Base, Revolve... from the Insert menu.

8, Choose the Revolved Axis Line in the sketch.

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The Property Manager appears with the defaults end condition.
One Direction
Angle 360°
9, Click OK
10, Finished Feature and Save the Part
The Solid Revolved Feature is created as the first feature of the parts

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2. Select the sketch plane.

1, Insert a new sketch


2, Click the Work plane.
Work plane

3, Choose the Normal To Icon


4, Draw the Circle as per Dimension on the Work Plane

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Step 1 Step 2

5, Completed the sketch and click OK


6, Click the Return Icon
7, Change the Isometric view
8, Click Features and select Extruded Cut from the Insert menu.
9, Select the Circle

Select the Circle

10, Display the


Cut Extrude – Direction 1
– Blind – Depth 25mm

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11, Click OK

12, Save the Part…


3. Create the Axis.
1, Choose the Menu Tool Bar – Insert – Reference Geometry - Axis

2, Click the Circular Surface

Circular
surface

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3, Click OK

4, Save the part..

4. Create the Circular Pattern.


1, Choose the Menu Tool Bar – Insert – Pattern/Mirror – Circular Pattern

2, Select the Axis line

Axis line

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3, Enter the number of Hole (No. of 3)
4, Click the Equal Spacing Hole
5, Click the Features to Pattern Box
6, Select the Hole

7, After Display the 3 Hole than Click OK

8, Finishing Feature

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9, Save the Part…
10, Close the window

Create the Gland Bush


New part.
Click New , or click File, New on the Standard toolbar. Click the Part Icon form the
New SolidWorks Document dialog box, and click OK.

Filing a part.
Using the Save option from the File menu or selecting the Save button on the
Standard toolbar, file the part under the name Gland Bush. The extension, *.sldprt, is
added automatically. Click Save.

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Change the Name
Gland Bush

1. Select the sketch plane.

1, Insert a new sketch and choose the Front Plane.


2, Choose the Normal To Icon.
3, Draw the
Center Line

4, Draw the given sketch

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5, Change the Dimension
Step 1
Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

6, After finish the sketch and click the Return Icon


7, Change the Isometric view
8, Click Features and select Boss/Base, Revolve... from the Insert menu.

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8, Choose the Revolved Axis Line in the sketch.

Axis line

The Property Manager appears with the defaults end condition.


One Direction
Angle 360°
9, Click OK
10, Finished Feature and Save the Part

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11, Close the Window

Create the Neck Bush


New part.
Click New , or click File, New on the Standard toolbar. Click the Part Icon form the
New SolidWorks Document dialog box, and click OK.

Filing a part.

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Using the Save option from the File menu or selecting the Save button on the
Standard toolbar, file the part under the name Neck Bush. The extension, *.sldprt, is
added automatically. Click Save.

Change the Name


Neck Bush

1. Select the
sketch plane.

1, Insert a new sketch and choose the Front Plane.


2, Choose the Normal To Icon.
3, Draw the Center Line

4, Draw the given sketch

5,
Change the
Dimension

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Step 1 Step 1

Step 3
6, After finish the sketch and click the Return Icon
7, Change the Isometric view
8, Click Features and select Boss/Base, Revolve... from the Insert menu.

8, Choose the Revolved Axis Line in the


sketch.

Axis Line

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The Property Manager appears with the defaults end condition.
One Direction
Angle 360°
9, Click OK
10, Finished Feature and Save the Part

12, Close the Window

Create the Piston Rod

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New part.
Click New , or click File, New on the Standard toolbar. Click the Part Icon form the
New SolidWorks Document dialog box, and click OK.

Filing a part.
Using the Save option from the File menu or selecting the Save button on the
Standard toolbar, file the part under the name Piston Rod. The extension, *.sldprt, is
added automatically. Click Save.

Change the Name


Piston Rod

1. Select the sketch plane.

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1, Insert a new sketch and choose the Front Plane.
2, Choose the Normal To Icon.
3, Draw the Rectangle

4, Change the Dimension

5, After finish the sketch and click the Return Icon


6, Change the Isometric view
7, Click Features and select Boss/Base, Revolve... from the Insert menu.

8, Choose the Revolved Axis Line in the sketch.

Axis Line

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The Property Manager appears with the defaults end condition.
One Direction
Angle 360°

9, Click OK
10, Finished Feature and Save the Part

11, Close the Window

Create the Collar Stud M20

New part. ( Only Working in Tutorial window )


Click New , or click File, New on the Standard toolbar. Click the Part Icon form the
New SolidWorks Document dialog box, and click OK.

Filing a part.

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Using the Save option from the File menu or selecting the Save button on the
Standard toolbar, file the part under the name Collar Stud M20. The extension, *.sldprt,
is added automatically. Click Save.

1. Select the sketch plane.

1, Insert a new sketch and choose the Right Plane.


2, Choose the Normal To Icon.
3, Draw the Rectangle

4, Change the Dimension

5, After finish the sketch and click the Return Icon


6, Change the Isometric view
7, Click Features and select Boss/Base, Revolve... from the Insert menu.

8, Choose the Revolved Axis Line in the sketch.


Axis Line

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The Property Manager
appears with the defaults end condition.
One Direction
Angle 360°

9, Click OK
10, Finished Feature and Save the Part

3. Create the Fillet.

1, Choose the Menu Tool Bar – Insert – Features – Fillet / Round

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2, Select the Fillet Edge and Radius 5mm

Fillet Edge 1

Fillet Edge 2

3, Click OK

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4, Save the Part..

3. Create the Thread

1, Choose the Menu Tool Bar – Insert – Annotations – Cosmetic Thread

2, Click the Circular Edge

Circilar Edge

3, Display the Cosmetic


Thread – Thread Setting - Blind –
Length- 25 mm (D)

4, Click OK and Save

4. Create the Thread

1, Choose the Menu Tool Bar –


Insert – Annotations – Cosmetic
Thread

2, Click the Circular Edge

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Circular Edge
3, Display the Cosmetic Thread – Thread Setting - Blind – Length- 82 mm (D)

4, Click OK and Save


5, Close the window

Create the Nut M20

New part. ( Only Working in Tutorial window )


Click New , or click File, New on the Standard toolbar. Click the Part Icon form the
New SolidWorks Document dialog box, and click OK.

Filing a part.
Using the Save option from the File menu or selecting the Save button on the
Standard toolbar, file the part under the name Nut. The extension, *.sldprt, is added
automatically. Click Save.

1. Select the sketch plane.

1, Insert a new sketch and choose the Right Plane.


2, Choose the Normal To Icon.

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3, Choose the Menu Tool Bar – Tools – Sketch Entities – Polygon

3, Select the Polygon


4, Click the Origin Point form the Sketch window

Origin
Point

5, Pick and Moving the Mouse Display the Polygon in the window

Pick the any point

6, Enter the value


a) No. of Side = 6
b) Circle diameter = 30mm

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Circle Diameter

4, Click OK

4, After Finishing Sketch and click the Return Icon


5, Click Features and select Extrude from the Insert menu
6, Select the any Line the Sketch
7, Extrude Length 16mm

2. Select the sketch plane.

1, Insert a new sketch and choose the Working Plane.


2, Choose the Normal To Icon Working Plane

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3, Draw the Circle with Diameter 18mm

4, After finish the sketch and click the Return Icon


5, Click Features and select Extrude Cut from the Insert menu
6, Change the Isometric view
6, Select the Circle
7, Display the Extrude Box – Direction 1 – Through All

8, Click OK

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10, Finish the Part and Save the Part.

3. Select the sketch plane.

1, Insert a new sketch and choose the Front Plane.

Front Plane

2, Choose the Normal To Icon


3, Change the view for Hidden view

4, Choose the Line

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5, Draw the given Sketch

Draw the Single Line


Draw the Angle Line Close the Line

6, Draw the Center Line

Center line

7, After finish the Sketch and Click the Return Icon


8, Change the view for Isometric view
9, Click Features and select Revolved cut from the Insert menu
10, Select the Center Line

19, Click OK and Save the Part..

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20, Change the Shaded with Edges view

4. Create the Thread

1, Choose the Menu Tool Bar – Insert – Annotations – Cosmetic Thread


2, Select the Circular Edge

Circular Edge

3, Change the Up to Next and Dia 16mm from the Thread Setting Box

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4, Click OK
5, Save the Part…
6, Close the window

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