Servo Disk Pack

SCL2 servo disk pack coupling

SCL2
25-100 Nm

  • high torsional stiffness
  • low inertia
  • backlash free
  • highly balanced
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SCL3 servo disk pack coupling

SCL3
25 – 100 Nm

  • high torsional stiffness
  • low inertia
  • backlash free
  • highly balanced

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Description

MATERIAL

Disc packs: highly elastic spring steel

Hubs and spacer: aluminium

DESIGN

Two precision machined coupling hubs and precision spacer mounted to the disc packs by means of high strength screws and washers for frictional clamping of the assembly.

Also available as single cardanic design.

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