POWER SCREWS UP TO 150mm
ABSSAC is in the unique position of not only being able to supply standard ranges of rolled thread forms and nuts, but also develop special types of thread forms that meet the customer’s exact requirement. Utilising screw diameters from 2mm to 150mm and leads from 0....
Monday 17th February 2020
Custom clutches and brakes
Custom Clutches and Brakes - If the demand is there, we are happy to explore new designs that can give your application leading edge technology in braking and clutch control. Why not call one of our engineers to discuss further.
Thursday 13th February 2020
Virtual Flash back
Our home page in 2008 used a basic virtual reality set up to create a simulated environment of our offices. Back in 2008 you couldn't quite be immersed and able to interact with 3D worlds, but it was cutting edge. ! Vision and a defined long term strategy is just a small part of the reason why customers use ABSSAC as a preferred supplier....
Wednesday 12th February 2020
Linear guides compliment lead and ball screws
Linear guideways provide excellent load bearing linear motion by re-circulating rolling elements between a profiled rail and a bearing block.
By primarily using a four ball path design, within the slide, allows the guides to accept up to 30% more load and up to 30% stiffer than similar products in the market....
Thursday 6th February 2020
Fast, reliable and accurate hub and shaft connection
With names like ETP Express, ETP Express R, ETP Power and ETP Techno, these products are, as it sounds, designed for a multitude of applications. In each case only a single screw is used for mounting and dismounting of the hub. This simple feature ensures an extremely quick and easy ...
Monday 20th January 2020
Let us reduce your machining scrap rates
Let’s work together to reduce your scrap rates when machining lead and ball screws to their desired end journal detail.
By letting us supply the completed part ensures that every ball and leadscrew solution fits directly into your application, every time. With a machining ...
Wednesday 8th January 2020