Design Considerations for Lead Screws And Ball Screws
If you are unsure as to using a acme lead screw or a ball screw within your application, our quick design consideration chart may be of help. ABSSAC supplies both types of product each with their merits and limitations, but in all cases we look to find the best fit product for your application.
Monday 14th December 2015
Abssac LEAD's the way....
Abssac Limited will be showing its full range of precision lead screws and nuts at the forthcoming Engineering Design Show at the Ricoh Centre. (Stand No : D10) As one of the only suppliers on the market to truly offer a miniature lead screw product...
Friday 2nd October 2015
Front Page News
Abssac makes front page news in the Irish Manufacturing Solutions for Industrial Efficiency magazine. The Heli-Cal product allows the engineer to dream........ A unique product allowing the engineer to have unlimited attachment types, custom design and predicted performance. For further details check out pages 8&9 of the the magazine.
Wednesday 2nd September 2015
Abssac Sponsors the 6th Vacuum Symposium
15TH OCTOBER 2015 · RICOH CENTRE COVENTRY UK.
Abssac is proud to be a named sponsor of this event. The Vacuum Symposium brings together leading scientists, invited speakers and users with practical and extensive knowledge who will give presentations, both oral and poster, illustrating techniques and experience in different fields.
Thursday 20th August 2015
The Multi Start Advantage
The advantage of using a Multi-Start springs with their 2 and 3 start concentric coils to provide even loading during compression and extension (delivers resolved moments). When used in a coupling the Multi-Start Flexure will provide higher torsional stiffness and offer system redundancy.
Friday 24th July 2015
Mobile masts use ABSSAC POWER screws
ABSSAC has recently won a contract to supply trapezoidal lead screws from its POWER SCREW range, for a mobile telecommunications application. Speedy delivery, low cost and effective product knowledge won the day. The application used a 40mm diameter by 7mm pitch screw, in a low carbon steel...
Friday 10th July 2015