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1/2" to 1/4" Steel Rigid Coupling
$19.00
Introduction:

Generally, the motor shaft with a 1/4" diameter will be inserted in one end, and a shaft, or lead screw measuring 1/2" in diameter will be inserted into the other end or vice versa.

Description:

The screws that clamp the shafts will be tightened. These aluminum clamping coupling are for use with high torque motors and high inertia when the motor is changing directions.

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