Stafford's New Shaft Collars, Couplings & Mounts Offer Drones Fixed and Adjustable Attachment Options

Featuring various sizes and materials in order to match OEM design requirements, Stafford Shaft Collars, Couplings & Mounts include parts for attaching vision systems, sensors, grippers, and other devices on drones permanently and for adjustable and quick-change requirements.

Stafford Manufacturing Corp. has introduced a wide range of standard and special shaft collars, couplings, and quick-change mounts for use with commercial and military drones.


Stafford Shaft Collars, Couplings & Mounts include parts for attaching vision systems, sensors, grippers, and other devices on drones permanently and for adjustable and quick-change requirements. Enabling OEMs to match design requirements for strength, weight, corrosion-resistance, and other factors, they are offered in numerous configurations, materials, and sizes.

Available as standard aluminum, steel, and stainless steel parts or as specials from materials such titanium, brass, and plastics, Stafford Shaft Collars, Couplings & Mounts come in 0.125" to 14" I.D. sizes with various bore configurations, depending upon the part. Collars and mounts come in one-, two-piece, and hinged styles with design options such as drilled and tapped mounting holes and flats. Couplings also provide numerous options.

Stafford Shaft Collars, Couplings & Mounts are priced according to type, material, size, and quantity. Price quotations are available upon request.

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