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  • 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
  • Reducer Shaft Mounting Systems
    Learn about the different methods of shaft-mounting a reducer that include keyed, splined, taper grip bushing, shrink disc and rigid coupling.
  • OEP Couplings Case Study Two
    Customer needed a rigid coupling, to couple two very small metric shafts together, with metric set screws, for a food-processing application. Materials had to be autoclaveable, so capable of withstanding high temperature steam; and had to be FDA approved for repeated food contact. We recommended
  • CD (R) Coupling Provides Rigid Connection Between Speed Reducer and Servo Motor; Provides Backlash-Free Horizontal Pick-and-Place Motion in New Case Packer from Schneider Packaging Equipment Co.
    Brewerton, New York: Designing the first of its kind, automatic, 5-panel wrap around case packer for juice cups with simultaneous stacking of three high incoming juice cup lanes required a new approach for Schneider Packaging Equipment Co., Inc. and its customer Jersey Juice, Inc. of Ewing, New
  • Pump Basics
    ). The impeller is in turn secured to the shaft-pump, directly fit onto the motor transmission shaft or coupled to it using rigid coupling.
  • Controlling It All... Motion And Machine
    GlobalPack's unique head articulation lets the design operate around a small, single axis. The small footprint allows close coupling for less manpower needs. The Hartness GlobalPack is a sophisticated rotary packing system that is also simple in design. The result: a high-speed system capable
  • A New "Twist " On Nanostructures
    Zinc-oxide nanostructures resembling a DNA helix could let engineers build nanoscale sensors, transducers, resonators, and other devices that rely on electromechanical coupling, say developers at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Zhong Lin Wang, professor in the Georgia Tech School of Materials
  • 2007 Mitsubishi Outlander LS
    track, coupled with a high-strength steel unibody, gives the vehicle a sporty, more rigid suspension. A new front suspension boosts lateral rigidity and gives more responsive steering. This, along with an aluminum roof that lowers the center of gravity, helps the Outlander stick to the road. During

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