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    Default Re: Motor Coupling Question

    I prefer the clamping spider type couplers myself. Often they can be had with both a setscrew and a clamp. Take note, the one you have has a bit of torsional spring to it and this will increase your backlash.

    Good couplers are not cheap. https://www.anaheimautomation.com/pr...D=1206&cID=559



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    Default Re: Motor Coupling Question

    Quote Originally Posted by maxspongebob View Post
    torsional spring to it and this will increase your backlash.
    Failed to see this until today, never used those torsional-twisties spring types anyway, seen them before though. You are actually correct... that L difference between pull/push must be huge. Why are those still being sold today?! A 'spring' for coupling (lol)



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    Default Re: Motor Coupling Question

    These are my prefered couplings https://www.automationdirect.com/adc...ervo_couplings

    Expensive but they work well, they use a bushing that is clamped to the shaft with the set screws.



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