ABSSAC Stand C50
The Engineering Design Show opens its doors at the Ricoh Arena tomorrow and we look forward to welcoming you along to our stand C50 - http://www.engineering-design-show.co.uk/
Tuesday 9th October 2012
October News letter now out....
The ABSSAC Ezine is always kept short and informative, whilst hopefully remaining worthwhile to anyone who is a user or buyer of linear and rotary power transmission equipment. This twice yearly news newsletter predominantly looks at some product advances we have made. Why not subscribe for future issues or view the latest copy here ....
Wednesday 3rd October 2012
High helix lead screws
The cold rolled, wear resistant range of Abssac high helix motion screws provide high linear speeds and deliver an efficiency which is nothing short of impressive. These high-helix lead screws for motion and positional applications can have multi start thread forms up to 10 times ...
Thursday 20th September 2012
Custom lead screws for nuclear and marine applications
Custom lead screws for nuclear and marine applications with material traced to source using EN10204 3.1. with full test certification. Trapezoidal motion screws from the
at Abssac can be created in non-standard materials to specific yield and tensile Mpa requirements with full supporting certification....
Thursday 13th September 2012
CONTROLFLEX shaft coupling ideal for encoders
The Controlflex shaft coupling from SCHMIDT-KUPPLUNG is the ideal partner for shaft encoders.
The compact design consists of two annodised aluminium hubs and a unique middle element that transmits torque at constant velocity. Most importantly, the unique element accommodates ...
Wednesday 12th September 2012
Abssac exhibits at Med-Tech
The UK and Irish medical industries continue to be world leaders in medical device innovation and are considered to be centres of excellence for design and R&D. Much of that excellence is driven by Universities and as such Med-Tech Innovation and Abssac was delighted to support this inaugural exhibition and conference....
Tuesday 11th September 2012