Servometer Announces Opening of New Web Store for Couplings
Servometer is pleased to announce its new line of precision motion control bellows couplings and rugged beam couplings are now available for purchase through their newly launched e-commerce site ...
Servometer is pleased to announce its new line of precision motion control bellows couplings and rugged beam couplings are now available for purchase through their newly launched e-commerce site www.buy.servometer.com.
These flexible shaft couplings are capable of accommodating misalignments for parallel, angular and axial motion or combinations of all three motions. They feature low side thrust and zero backlash and are ideal for light duty power transmission and high precision positioning systems. End pieces are available in both integral clamp and set screw styles.
The store features hundreds of parts and bore diameters for both inch and metric hardware ranging from 2 mm to 40 mm. Accounts can be easily managed online with convenient check out and up to the minute order status information.
For customers who have specific parameters outside of the standard inventory available online, Servometer continues to offer semi-custom and custom couplings as well. A team of engineers is ready to consult on a new design idea when a customer submits a completed design form also available online or customers can call to request a form or speak with one of our technical specialists.
Published by Servometer on Jul 25, 2015
Designing with Metal Bellows Couplings
DESIGN ENGINEERS with precision rotary motion requirements such as instrumentation and fractional horsepower applications often choose electrodeposited nickel bellows because of their high performance characteristics like positive displacement , zero windup and low or minimal backlash. Servometer’s compact bellows couplings accommodate more than 30 times the angular misalignment and 15 times the compression or extension tolerated by other types of couplings.
Electroforming is the process of depositing thin layers of metal onto a mandrel through electroplating, dissolving the mandrel chemically, and leaving the plating as the final electroformed product. This white paper illustrates how electroformed components are manufactured and how they can be applied to a variety of applications.