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  • Steps In Selecting A Gear Coupling
    Refer to the gear coupling specifications charts displayed with each type of coupling throughout this catalogue. Visualization, specifications, and dimensional data for Lovejoy's Hercuflex (R) gear coupling products are all included.
  • Coupling Guard Eng. Data
    Aurora's Standard Coupling Guards are a full hoop-type guard that extends beyond the ends of the coupling, keys or other parts that protrude from the shaft.
  • Automotive Coupling Joint
    This Automotive Transmission Coupling Joint is progressively stamped. Originally, this coupling joint was a welded tube. Hobson and Motzer, was able to design a progressive die that would make the part complete without welding.
  • What to Look for in a Servo Coupling
    Selecting a coupling for a servo application can be a complex process. It involves many different performance factors, including: torque, shaft misalignment, stiffness, rpm, space requirements, and others, that all must be satisfied for the coupling to work properly. Before selecting a coupling
  • Rigid yet Flexible Coupling
    that, they are not felt by the operator. Mechanical Engineer, New Product Development However rigid coupling can also be a problem typically requiring heavier duty and more costly precision components & more difficult assembly. Loose fitting parts can result in noise or lead to premature failure
  • Taking Advantage of Coupling Configurability
    is installed. From the mechanical perspective it is usually coupling elements which need to be changed to adapt to new dimensions. This is why QD or similar bushings are typically used with V-Belt sheaves. If drive speeds change, a fairly quick sheave swap is all that is required. If a new gearbox
  • Selecting the Proper Beam Coupling for an Application
    Choosing the most appropriate beam coupling to use in motion control applications can be confusing. This article examines the design differences and how to select the proper beam coupling.
  • The art of choosing the right shaft coupling
    To put it in simple terms, the purpose of a shaft coupling is to transfer rotational force. from one shaft to another. To do this effectively, the coupling must have a high torsional. rigidity. Factors that should be taken into account when a shaft coupling is to be specified. are: torsional

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