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Flat Spring aids laser application

Having the unique capability to machine a spring from a solid piece of material Abssac has recently supplied a classic example of is capability.  A pancake shaped compression spring 50mm in diameter but only 5mm in height has been produced to hold an ultra thin reflective mirror ...
Tuesday 22nd January 2013

We go from UTS strength to strength

Our industrial series Universal Joints can withstand a higher tensile load than that of our maximum torque rating.  This is due to the unique treatments to raise efficiency of pin and block friction surfaces whilst using higher ultimate tensile strength (UTS) materials than many UJ manufacturers....
Friday 14th December 2012

Schmidt Couplings aid in the manufacture of wind turbine blades

Schmidt offset shaft couplings are used to drive the rubber pull rollers and heated laminating rollers that create a structural adhesive for the manufacture of pre-impregnated composite fibres. Commonly used in the manufacture of wind turbine blades, the advanced composite materials ...
Thursday 6th December 2012

Hydraulic Clamping elements with POWER

  With all the positive benefits of the ETP hydraulic clamping elements, such as compact design, precision mounting and easy clamping the new ETP-POWER® product delivers the highest performance from the single screw ETP product range. ETP-POWER® is a reliable, standalone ...
Saturday 10th November 2012

Abssac exhibits at METS !

SuperYacht Exhibtion 2012 Stand - 09.324 -  The world's largest exhibition of equipment, materials and systems for the international marine leisure industry. Celebrating its 25th anniversary, METS/SYP 2012 will be held on 13-14-15 November in the Amsterdam RAI Convention Centrein the Netherlands....
Friday 9th November 2012

Medical Imaging Success

Abssac is suppying miniature linear guide rails, only 7mm wide, complete with bearing blocks to complment stainless steel  precision lead screws in a medical imaging application. Guides and Rails
Saturday 27th October 2012