Flanged Shaft Mounts

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Old 02-12-13, 11:43 AM
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Flanged Shaft Mounts

Hi everyone, brand new to the forum.

I want to build a box that will house a turntable. Why I'm doing that is not that important. What's important is that I've never done anything like this, so I had to turn to Google to find out what the parts are even called I need to use.

The one I seem to have a hard time nailing down is the piece of hardware that will join the vertical shaft to the turntable. Yes, I've seen the ones out there that you can use to build a table (desktop mounting flanges). Those are threaded on the inside, which I guess I could get to work but they don't come in the sizes that I need. I have my mind set on a 1/2-inch shaft.

I looked on sites like Grainger.com, but they don't seem to have it. They do have flange bearings - which I will buy 2 of to allow the turntable to spin - but what has me surprised is that they don't have a version of it that doesn't have a bearing but can be bolted to the shaft instead. I got to be missing something. Could someone point me in the right direction?
 
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Old 02-12-13, 01:36 PM
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Look up thrust bearings. It allows the load to be perpendicular to the shaft

Take a look here for an example.
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