X slot shaft coupling offers high torsional stiffness
To suit shaft sixes from 3mm to 20mm
Aluminium is used for low inertia
X slot couplings can accomodate up to 3 deg angular offset
Abssac's X-Slot shaft couplings bridge the gap and offer a cost-effective balance between couplings that are too stiff radially and those not stiff enough torsionally for servo type applications.
The X-Series coupling incorporates two flexible element sets-combining greater end-to-end rotational accuracy with radial accuracy in one design. In durability testing, the couplings have been subjected to parallel offsets of up to five times the rated value and tested to failure. Even when tested for tens of millions of cycles at these exaggerated offsets the coupling exhibited an exceptional performance capability. Ideally suits shaft sizes of 3mm to 20mm.
X-Series couplings are available in six outside diameter sizes, from 15mm to 50mm and any bore combination between the listed minimum and maximum. The flexible shaft coupling is available in aluminum and can be ordered with bores that are millimeter, imperial, or a combination of the two.
Key product advantages
Compensate for parallel, angular, skewed and axial misalignments
Lightweight low inertia design
Ideal for motion control applications
Low cost alternative to bellows couplings
No moving parts
Low radial loads
If you require further technical information, please do not hesitate to contact our sales engineers who will be more than happy to help you with your selection.
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ABSSAC Ltd, E1A The Enterprise Centre, Enterprise Way, Evesham, Worcestershire. United Kingdom. WR11 1GS
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