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Machined Springs created from Thermoplastic Peek

. from Thermoplastic PEEK to allow transparency in X ray devices and still provide high load, constant spring rate, even at high temperature. Please contact the sales department at Abssac for further details. Tel : 01386 421005.
Monday 6th August 2012

STOCKED : Power screws and Nuts

Lead screws for medium to heavy duty industrial applications can be best supplied through our program. Continuously stocking up to 3 meter lengths of lead screw diameters of 12mm, 16mm, 20mm, 22mm, 24mm, 30mm, 36mm, 40mm and 50mm in both right and left handed formats...
Thursday 2nd August 2012

NEW Stainless Steel ball screw

. NEW Stainless Steel ball screw available in 6, 8 and 10mm diameters with leads of either 1or 2 mm called the series offers cumulative lead error of only 52 microns per 300mm of cumulative lead accuracy of 20 microns of axial backlash.
Thursday 2nd August 2012

High Accuracy Springs for High Temperature

High Accuracy Springs for High Temperature....No problem.We offer bespoke machined springs for high temperature applications. Our springs utilise the proven Heli-Cal®  technology to provide predictable, guaranteed elastic properties for temperatures up to 750 Deg Celsius.
Thursday 19th July 2012

30% less cost low cost motor shaft couplings

Abssac announces a 30% reduction in the price of its MC series motor couplings for 2012 due to enhanced manufacturing techniques. Available in Aluminium and Stainless steel as standard, the MC series (Motor Coupling) delivers a reliable zero backlash connection between shafts. Ideal for electric motor...
Thursday 19th July 2012

Printing Industry Shaft Couplings

Shaft couplings for the printing industry are required to work with absolute precision to guarantee a register pressure and therefore ensure a high print quality. The high precision requirement starts in the actual printing mechanism and continues through the refinement process to quality assurance on the final product.
Friday 6th July 2012