Friends i have a little confusion over motors having magnetic center. When a motor is at rest, the shaft is on the magnetic center. We carry out alignment at this rest condition. Now when the motor starts it runs on magnetic center. How does the coupling accommodates this axial movement? or is there any precautions to be taken during shaft alignment?
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