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Machined spring assimilates separate parts.

Machined spring assimilates separate parts.
Abssac has recently aided the design and reliability of a compression spring control mechanism that originally involved the amalgamation of four separate machined parts. Those being a wound compression spring, a machined spring seat, which incorporated a captivated ball bearing and ...
Tuesday 28th April 2009

New 15mm diameter ball screw

New 15mm diameter ball screw
Abssac has just added a new M-Thread, 15mm diameter end deflector ball screw to its range. Accepting higher speeds and greater dynamic and static loads than its competition it is available in both ground and rolled formats standard leads of 2.5mm, 5mm, 10mm and 20mm can be supplied....
Thursday 2nd April 2009

Abssac printed matter

Abssac printed matter
Where ever possible Abssac will be using recycled paper for all of its brochures, mail shots and business cards from March 2009.
Wednesday 25th March 2009

Choice Torque

Choice Torque
Abssac is well known for supplying the original helical beam flexible shaft coupling. The product has a reputation for reliability and antibacklash torque transmission, but you may not be aware of the additional advantages the product can offer to power transmission applications. ...
Tuesday 10th March 2009

Green rulers for marketing tools

Green rulers for marketing tools
Abssac has long given rulers and pens out as free marketing tools at exhibitions and product seminars. However, Abssac has recently commissioned a plastic ruler manufacturer to supply such items as they used recycled CD cases for the base material.  Abssac will continue to look at other recycled products to suit this marketing purpose....
Friday 13th February 2009

Towards the carbon neutral factory

Towards the carbon neutral factory
So how can a simple item like a flexible shaft coupling reduce energy consumption for manufacturers? In essence it is all down to how efficiently they transmit the required torque through a desired misalignment. Energy is lost in numerous ways as they absorb the three main shaft misalignment's of angular, parallel or skewed....
Friday 6th February 2009

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