Soft foot is defined as a condition where the machine’s feet do not lie in the same plane as the base. Machine frame distortion is the result of changes that occur internally or externally to the frame of the machine. This often causes a shaft deflection or movement as the hold-down bolt is tightened when a soft foot condition exists. Another common problem is indicator sag, which is the effect of gravity on a fixture. This module teaches participants to detect and correct soft foot and bar sag.
"Define soft foot.
Describe the effects of soft foot.
Explain how to detect and correct soft foot.
Define bar sag.
You will not be required to pass the knowledge check questions to move on to the next lesson. These will not be counted as a grade, but each question gives you insight into what you should have learned and the sorts of things you'll need to remember moving forward.
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