Stafford Mfg.'s New Staff-Lok Shaft Collar

The new version of the Staff-Lok hinged shaft collar incorporates a mounting flat with a countersunk drilled, a tapped hole, and two mounting holes on the face for attaching sensors, cameras, and other devices

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WILMINTON, MA — A new version of the Staff-Lok hinged shaft collar that incorporates a mounting flat with a countersunk drilled and tapped hole and two mounting holes on the face for attaching sensors, cameras, and other devices is being introduced by Stafford Manufacturing Corp.

The Staff-Lok Shaft Collar features an integral hinge with a conformal cam lever and a knurled screw that provides fully adjustable clamping by hand; making it ideal for use as a clamp, stop, or spacer. Now offered featuring a mounting flat with a countersunk drilled and tapped hole and two mounting holes on the face for attaching sensors, cameras, and other devices, this new version is ideal for breadboarding mechanical and optical systems.

Providing easy setup and repositioning without tools, Staff-Lok Shaft Collars are designed for non-rotary applications requiring fast and secure clamping. Machined from steel with a black oxide finish, they are offered in 1/2” to 2-1/2” I.D. sizes. Custom bore designs and a one-piece version are also available.

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