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The wrong shaft coupling will effect encoder performance

ABSSAC Ltd News and PR from ABSSAC Ltd - Published 13 October 2016 Too many designers spend time and money on high accuracy position and speed devices, such as rotary encoders, only to compromise their performance by using an inappropriate shaft coupling.
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The Cardan coupling consists of two Hooke's joints connected by a shaft

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