The thickness of the wall in a bronze bushing is determined by various factors such as application requirements, load-bearing capacity, and manufacturing considerations. It is not necessarily desirable to make the wall of a bronze bushing as thick as possible in all cases.
The wall thickness of a bronze bushing should be designed to provide adequate strength and support for the intended application. If the wall is too thin, it may not be able to withstand the required loads or provide sufficient durability. On the other hand, if the wall is excessively thick, it can lead to increased material costs, weight, and potentially inefficient use of resources.
The optimal wall thickness of a bronze bushing depends on factors such as the size and shape of the bushing, the forces it will be subjected to, and the desired service life. Engineers and designers typically consider these factors and perform calculations or simulations to determine the appropriate wall thickness for a specific application.