Industrial ball screw range
Abssac offers an Industrial ball screw range that effectively converts high torque rotary input into precise high load linear movement.
All ABSSAC industrial ball screws can be delivered cut to length and if required, machined ready to fit into the required support bearing mounts.
Wednesday 11th July 2018
Satellite roller screw for greater thrust
Phil Jones, of ABSSAC says“ lead screws and ball screws have a legitimate use in the market place, but should the application require extreme positional accuracy or perhaps high acceleration forces and rotational speeds, then the satellite roller screw products might be a better solution.
Monday 18th June 2018
Food Grade Stainless Steel Shaft Coupling
Shaft Couplings used within determined industries sometime call for customised materials to be compliant with special regulations and requirements of that industry. Examples of this include packaging machines for the food and pharmaceutical industry.
Friday 1st June 2018
Trapezoidal screws and nuts from stock
ABSSAC stocks trapezoidal lead screws for industrial and precision applications and most importantly, have knowledgeable sales staff on hand to help with customer selection.
Normally referred to as the POWER SCREWS PROGRAM, they suited for the more industrial type applications where lead accuracy is in the range of 0.
Friday 1st June 2018
Torsionally stiff and low cost shaft coupling
Budgetbeam is the ideal connection partner for encoder, resolver, stepper motor and small electric motor axis drives. The flexible shaft coupling utilises a double start helical beam beam configuration to deliver high torsional stiffness even when rotating with shaft offsets.
Tuesday 29th May 2018
TRUNION MOUNT NUT
One of the great things about using a lead screw for your linear applications are the options for nut styles and designs that are cost effective and offer high performance solutions. Take the TM-04 - TRUNION MOUNT ACME NUT for example, which is such a simple but effective design.
Suits Thread Forms: Acme...
Monday 7th May 2018