DieQua Corporation Datasheets for Rotary Shafts

Rotary shafts are elongated, rod-shaped devices that rotate about a longitudinal axis and transmit torque. They are similar in shape to linear shafts, but are designed to withstand torsional forces.
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Product Name Notes
A three piece design with two compressible hubs and a drop in center tube section. Flexible elements are stainless steel bellows, with internal supports for tube weight support. Shaft connection...
A torsionally rigid economical design consisting of integral stainless steel bellow ends attached to the torque tube. A removable hub half allows for easy mounting. Two tightening bolts connect the...
Our most cost effective model! The flexible elements are zero backlash elastomer jaw style couplings, with a variety of insert materials, that are integrated with the torque tube. Split half...