Friction Clutches Transmit Torque Until Disengaged with Air Pressure

Spring engaged friction clutches from Mach III Clutch transmit torque in the absence of air pressure or during power-off conditions. Nine models offer fixed torque transmission ranging from 506 to 24,375 pound inches and accommodate shaft sizes from 0.625 to 3.5 inches (24 to 95 millimeters). All are bored and keyed to customer specs.

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Shaft Collars Available for Harsh Environments

A full line of 316 stainless steel shaft collars and rigid shaft couplings that resist harsh chemicals, solvents, detergents and salt water are available from Stafford Manufacturing Corp. Stafford 316 SST Shaft Collars and Couplings are available in one- and two-piece and set-screw styles...

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R+W Updates Range of Line Shaft Couplings

One of the key competencies of R+W, a German based manufacturer of flexible couplings and torque limiters for high speed and high precision applications, is the design and manufacturing of line shaft couplings...

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Kollmorgen Introduces HMI Panels

Kollmorgen introduces keypad versions of its AKI Series HMI Panels. AKI series keypad visualization solutions help maintain screen clarity and provide tactile feedback to gloved users or users with soiled hands...

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Galil Releases New Motion Controller

Galil Motion Control recently released the DMC-300xx Pocket Motion Controller Series, their latest generation, single-axis Ethernet motion controller. It combines a high performance motion controller and a 800 W sine drive in a low cost, compact 3.9 in. x 5.0 in. x 1.5 in. package...

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Zero-Max Gear Drives Provide Directional Motion Change

Motion system designers looking for a smooth operating, quiet right angle gear drive might consider Zero-Max Crown gear drives. They feature heat treated AGMA Class 10 spiral bevel gears and non-magnetic stainless steel shafts providing long term, maintenance free operation...

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