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Similar to hollow-shaft encoders, hub-shaft rotary encoders offer direct mounting to a motor shaft or driven shaft but do not require the shaft to the shaft to extend through the encoder. Hub-shaft encoders are ideal for direct mounting in limited space and offer improved sealing with no opening on the back of the encoder. Hub-shaft encoders are mounted with a tether point to prevent free encoder rotation and a plastic sleeve or insert is typically used to isolate the encoder from motor shaft current.
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One-piece shaft collars wrap around the shaft for even distribution of clamping forces. This results in a tight fit and greater holding power, without the shaft damage caused by set screws. Clamp collars are easy to remove, indefinitely adjustable, and work well on virtually any shaft. Ruland uses carefully selected materials and proprietary processes on its one-piece collars to ensure the clamping gap remains open for simpler and more precise adjustment, installation and fit. Ruland manufactures one-piece clamp shaft collars in 1215 lead-free steel with a zinc or proprietary black oxide finish, 303 and 316 stainless steel, high-strength 2024 aluminum, and engineered plastic. Bore sizes range from 1/8" to 6" and 3mm to 150mm.
Two-piece shaft collars offer the same benefits as the one-piece style with additional versatility and convenience. The split design is easily installed and disassembled, reducing labor and downtime when adjustment, removal, or replacement is necessary. The two-piece shaft collar uses the full seating torque of its forged screws to apply a uniform distribution of forces around the shaft's circumference. These clamping forces provide the collar with a holding power superior to one-piece and set screw shaft collars. Ruland keeps both halves of the split collar together throughout the manufacturing process to assure a perfect match for proper fit, alignment, and holding power. This process also makes the two-piece collar more adaptable to shafts which vary a small amount from nominal size. Ruland manufactures two-piece clamp shaft collars in 1215 lead-free steel with a zinc or proprietary black oxide finish, 303 and 316 stainless steel, high-strength 2024 aluminum with or without an anodize finish, titanium, and engineered plastic. Bore sizes range from 1/8" to 6" and 3mm to 150mm.
Threaded shaft collars share the same performance and benefits of their round bore counterparts, while providing additional features. Threaded collars have higher axial holding power than round bore collars, while offering easier installation and adjustment than solid ring locking devices. A diverse list of acme, right hand, and left hand thread sizes and pitches are offered. Ruland double taps each threaded collar to ensure precise and burr-free threads to allow for easy installation and removal, proper fit, and extended shaft life. Threaded shaft collars are manufactured in 1215 lead-free steel with a black oxide finish and 303 stainless steel. Bore sizes range from 1/8" to 2-1/4" and 4mm to 30mm.
Double wide shaft collars are manufactured in one- and two-piece clamp type. They have 25% more holding power than equivalent size and type standard collars. Double wides can be used as a short rigid coupling in space restricted applications that will not fit a standard sized rigid coupling. Ruland manufactures double wide shaft collars in 1215 lead-free steel with a proprietary black oxide finish, 303 stainless steel, and high-strength 2024 aluminum. Bore sizes range from 1/8" to 2" and 6mm to 25mm.
Heavy duty shaft collars have a larger outer diameter, width, and screw for use in applications where the highest holding is required. They are manufactured in one- and two-piece clamp style from 1215 lead-free steel with a proprietary black oxide finish and 303 stainless steel. Bore sizes range from 3" to 6" and 75mm to 150mm.
Set screw shaft collars are the most effective when used on a shaft made of a material which is softer than the set screw. Ruland set collars are furnished exclusively with forged socket set screws for greater torque capacity and improved holding power. Forging of the stainless steel set screws has the additional benefit of work hardening, which results in stainless steel with elevated hardness and performance. Set screw shaft collars are made from 1215 lead free steel with a proprietary black oxide finish, 303 stainless steel, high-strength 2024 aluminum, and engineered plastic. Bore sizes range from 3/16" to 4" and 4mm to 50mm.
Ruland manufactures standard shaft collars with hex and d-bore profiles for proper mating with the appropriate shaft. Hex bore collars allow for added holding power and higher torque capabilities if being used in positive drive applications. D-bore collars are designed for use with d-shafting. They are a better option than set screw shaft collars as they do not mar the shaft, have higher holding power, and are indefinitely adjustable. Ruland manufactures hex and d-bore shaft collars in 1215 lead-free steel with a proprietary black oxide finish and 303 stainless steel. Hex collars are also available in high-strength 2024 aluminum for lightweight applications. D-bore shaft collars available in bore sizes from 1/4" to 1" and hex bore collars from 3/8" to 1/2".
Ruland bearing locknuts are designed to fit AFBMA standard shafting that are commonly found in high precision spindle applications. They have the same performance and benefits of their round bore counterparts, while providing additional features. Ruland bearing locknuts are a one-piece clamp type design allowing for a more secure connection on the shaft. They have higher axial holding power than round bore collars, while offering easier installation and adjustment than solid ring locking devices. Ruland double taps each bearing locknut to ensure precise and burr-free threads to allow for easy installation and removal, proper fit, and extended shaft life. Bearing locknuts are manufactured in 1215 lead-free steel with a black oxide finish. They are available in industry standard locknut sizes from N00-N14.
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Online custom club fitter fairwayjockey.com has released an app called Shaft Select (available for Apple and Android devices) that can fit golfers for every shaft in their bag, sans the putter. Downloading the app is free, as is a wood-shaft fitting. If golfers want to learn what hybrid, iron or wedge shafts are for for them, however, an annual fee of $2.99 unlocks those tools. And those ready to take the plunge can then make their way to fairwayjockey.com to build their completely custom club or clubs.
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If you own an Android device that has been rooted or unlocked illegally, you may no longer be able to download the Netflix app from the Google Play Store. If you already have the Netflix app installed on your device it should still work, but it could stop working at any minute.
In recent times, Netflix has expanded internationally and started offering downloads. It has also cracked down on anyone using VPNs to watch content not available in their country. And now it's cracking down on anyone who has rooted or unlocked their Android device. Which is annoying.
Thankfully, for anyone with a rooted or unlocked device now judged to be "incompatible", there is a simple alternative to downloading Netflix from the Google Play Store. All you need to do is sideload the app onto your Android device. Until Netflix figures out how to stop that too.
The whole point of DRM, including Widevine, is to protect against piracy. And so we suspect Netflix has acted to strengthen its safeguards in light of offering users the chance to download content to watch offline. Innocent users getting shafted as a result is unfortunate, but expected.
COVID-19 may have wreaked havoc on main street retail, and even halted the movie studios, but the insurance show goes on. With over 30 states closing 'non-essential' businesses we thought you could use some good news. So there's not much to this post other than a link to download a list of 100 'essential' classes of business. And yes, it's an excel file.
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