A Different Spiral Bevel Gearbox

With more models, sizes, and ratios, DieQua's spiral bevel gearboxes offer precision, performance and durability far above standard products. They're ideal for applications requiring high speed, precise motion control, high torque, or heavy shocks. Several configurations, options, and customized solutions provide unmatched design versatility.

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Eliminate Jerky, Jumpy and Erratic Tensioning

SensiFlex® tension control clutches and brakes from Mach III Clutch provide infinitely controllable torque output for continuous slip applications without sticking, pulsing or cogging. View a video demonstration by clicking the link to

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Haydon Kerk Updates Linear Actuator

Haydon Kerk Motion Solutions, a manufacturer of linear motion products, has released a new version of the popular 36 mm G4 linear actuator. This configuration includes a special adapter plate that allows the smaller 36 mm OD unit to replace existing size 17 hybrid stepper motor linear actuators...

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Water Cooled Brakes Provide Accurate Torque Control

Wichita Clutch has developed a new dual action head assembly for their line of AquaMaKKs water cooled brakes that provides both failsafe parking and precision tension braking capability in one unitized assembly...

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Drive Nut Provides Backlash-Free Linear Motion

As a design alternative to screw-based linear drive systems, the Amacoil-Uhing Model RS4 drive nut provides backlash-free linear motion and simplifies changes to linear pitch. The linear pitch of an RS4 nut is factory-set at one of five different linear pitch settings, determined by application requirements...

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ETP Express Bushings Extend Load Capacity

Heavy duty models of the ETP Express keyless shaft bushings are now available in 20, 40 and 60 mm sizes. Available from Zero-Max, ETP Express shaft locking bushings provide fast and frequent mounting/dismounting capabilities with only one radial screw.This saves space in a system and provides accurate mounting without axial movement of the ETP bushing along the shaft...

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