10 Best Clamp-On Shaft Collars

List Updated April 2020

Bestselling Clamp-On Shaft Collars in 2020


1" Bore Single Split Shaft Collar Black Oxide Set Screw Style (4 PCS)

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BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Brand New
  • Free Shipping within the Continental United States
  • Same business day order processing before 12:30PM PDT
  • Satisfaction Guaranteed
  • Applicable to both soft or hard shaft material

5/8" Bore Single Split Shaft Collar Black Oxide Set Screw Style (2 PCS)

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BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Brand New
  • Free Shipping within the Continental United States
  • Same business day order processing before 12:30PM PDT
  • Satisfaction Guaranteed
  • Easy to mount. Applicable to both soft or hard shaft material

1" Bore Solid Steel Zinc Plated Shaft Collars Set Screw Style (4 PCS)

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BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Brand New
  • Free Shipping within the Continental United States
  • Same business day order processing before 12:30PM PDT
  • Satisfaction Guaranteed

1" Bore Double Split Shaft Collar Black Oxide Set Screw Style (2 PCS)

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BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Brand New
  • Free Shipping within the Continental United States
  • Same business day order processing before 12:30PM PDT
  • Satisfaction Guaranteed
  • Corrosion resistance (Black oxide painting ) Applicable to both soft or hard shaft material, Easy to mount, Accurately and firmly fit, It is a two-piece clamping shaft collar for applications requiring a stronger holding power and higher axial load capacity than setscrew or one-piece clamping collars

3/4" Bore Double Split Shaft Collar Black Oxide Set Screw Style (2 PCS)

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BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Brand New
  • Free Shipping within the Continental United States
  • Same business day order processing before 12:30PM PDT
  • Satisfaction Guaranteed
  • Corrosion resistance (Black oxide painting ) Applicable to both soft or hard shaft material, Easy to mount, Accurately and firmly fit, It is a two-piece clamping shaft collar for applications requiring a stronger holding power and higher axial load capacity than setscrew or one-piece clamping collars

Climax Metal 2C-200 Steel Two-Piece Clamping Collar, Black Oxide Plating, 2" Bore Size, 3" OD, With 5/16-24 x 1 Set Screw

Climax Metal 2C-200 Steel Two-Piece Clamping Collar, Black Oxide Plating, 2
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Effective on hard and soft shafts
  • Design fully engages the shaft without any marring
  • Provides 360 degree of clamping force
  • Easily installed where major disassembly would otherwise be required
  • Black oxide provides some corrosion resistance

Climax Metal H2C-025-S Shaft Collar, Two Piece, Clamp Style, Stainless Steel, 1/4" Bore, 13/16" OD, 1/4" Width

Climax Metal H2C-025-S Shaft Collar, Two Piece, Clamp Style, Stainless Steel, 1/4
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Two-piece clamping shaft collar for applications requiring a stronger holding power and higher axial load capacity than setscrew or one-piece clamping collars
  • Effective on both hard and soft shafts
  • Stainless steel 303 for greater corrosion resistance than steel or aluminum
  • Includes socket-head cap screws for securing the collar onto the shaft
  • Operating temperatures range from -40 to 426 degrees C (-40 to 800 degrees F)

Ruland SP-18-F Two-Piece Clamping Shaft Collar, Black Oxide Steel, 1.125" Bore, 1 7/8" OD, 1/2" Width (Pack of 2)

Ruland SP-18-F Two-Piece Clamping Shaft Collar, Black Oxide Steel, 1.125
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Two-piece clamping shaft collar for applications requiring a stronger holding power and higher axial load capacity than setscrew or one-piece clamping collars
  • Effective on both hard and soft shafts
  • Steel for weldability and rust resistance with a black oxide finish for a decorative appearance and for resistance to stick-slip, white corrosion, and abrasion
  • Includes forged socket-head cap screws for securing the collar onto the shaft
  • Operating temperatures range from -40 to 176 degrees C (-40 to 350 degrees F)

Climax Metal 2C-037 Steel Two-Piece Clamping Collar, Black Oxide Plating, 3/8" Bore Size, 7/8" OD, With 6-32 x 3/8 Set Screw

Climax Metal 2C-037 Steel Two-Piece Clamping Collar, Black Oxide Plating, 3/8
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Effective on hard and soft shafts
  • Design fully engages the shaft without any marring
  • Provides 360 degree of clamping force
  • Easily installed where major disassembly would otherwise be required
  • Black oxide provides some corrosion resistance

Climax Metal 2C-150-A Aluminum Two-Piece Clamping Collar, 1-1/2" Bore Size, 2-3/8" OD, With 1/4-28 x 3/4 Set Screw

Climax Metal 2C-150-A Aluminum Two-Piece Clamping Collar, 1-1/2
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Effective on hard and soft shafts
  • Design fully engages the shaft without any marring
  • Provides 360 degree of clamping force
  • Easily installed where major disassembly would otherwise be required
  • Aluminum is lightweight and corrosion resistant

Machining Tips: What to Consider Before Cutting

The following tips should be considered before cutting when machining.

1. Is the material that is about to be machined best suited for the job, and is it machinable with the available cutting tools and equipment? Work with aluminum, brass, plastic or cast iron whenever possible. Too often a hobbyist will pick up the first correctly-sized piece of material he finds at his local salvage dealer thinking that if it is rusty, it's steel, and that all steels are pretty much the same. Not so! Anyone who has ever tried to machine an old automobile axle can attest to this. If the part must be steel, grade 12L14, commonly called "lead-loy," is about the best material for machining. It was developed for screw machine use and is available in round stock only. But it works so well that many times it may be advisable to machine rectangular parts from it. It can also be case hardened. Your local screw machine shop will usually have scrap pieces available and may be a good source for obtaining it.

2. Avoid exotic materials such as stainless steel, unless absolutely necessary because of machining difficulty and poor milling cutter life. Probably, if each new mechanical engineer were given a block of stainless steel to mill, drill and tap upon his graduation, stainless steel sales would drop considerably!

3. Before beginning, carefully study the part to be machined. Select the best surface from which to work (usually the flattest).

4. Pick a point from which to measure that will not be machined off part way through the job.

5. Decide if work should be "rough cut" to size. Some materials will warp while being• machined. Close tolerance parts can be destroyed by trying heavy machining at the end of the job rather than at the beginning.

6. The method of holding the work is also determined by the type of machining to be performed. For instance, work that involves only small drilling jobs does not have to be held as securely as work to be milled.

7. Lay the job out so it can be machined with the minimum number of setups.

8. Be sure to have all needed cutting tools available before starting a job.

In summary, you should become aware of the fact that milling is difficult, but not impossible. There are many more considerations than just moving the hand-wheels, and you should not start your first step until your last step has been determined.

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