The smallest ball screw in the world
A small claim to fame....Abssac is now supplying what is believed to be the world's smallest precision tolerance ball screw and nut assembly. With an amazing screw diameter of only 1.8mm and a lead of 0.5mm the new miniature ball screw range is ideally suited to the ever-smaller requirements of medical, optical and military application requirements....
Thursday 7th August 2008
Adaptive shaft coupling technology
Any coupling manufacturer can provide a range of bores sizes within their shaft coupling ranges. After all, this is the essence of the generic products adaptability. The list of suppliers probably starts to shrink dramatically when you require small adaptations of the standard range of shaft couplings ....
Friday 1st August 2008
Roller screw transmits 4 x thrust
We have recently supplied a bespoke set of satellite roller screws to a pharmaceutical company providing the precision axial movement in the enhanced manufacture of tablet form medication. ABSSAC's customer design was limited by space and had a high axial thrust requirement.
Friday 4th July 2008
Shaft couplings are free to test
Do you use flexible shaft couplings within your applications ?
You might not be aware of the operational advantages the original helical beam style shaft coupling can give to the design. Available from Abssac, they are the only helical beam shaft coupling in the world that can be ...
Tuesday 3rd June 2008
Abssac wins Pharmatex award
Abssac was proud to receive the Pharmatex innovation award in Ireland, for its machined spring product. The innovation award was voted by a panel of judges for a product that showed significant innovation in both engineering and excellence towards pharmaceutical applications.
Monday 2nd June 2008
Electrical contact spring gives long life
In electronic devices, certain components may require one or more spring contacts to achieve reliable electrical connection.This is where Abssac can help with its bespoke precision electroformed products. Utilizing a bellows spring contact, the electrical connection can become a non ...
Sunday 9th March 2008