Categories Linear Specialist Rotary Green Abssac

Schmidt offsets like no other coupling.

Many engineers come across the familiar problem of shaft misalignments within driven shaft applications. In some cases the parallel offset of the shafts are above and beyond the capabilities of standard shaft couplings and can often result in punitive drive shaft length, or elaborate ...
Monday 16th December 2013

XYZ Axis Drive Shaft Couplings

The Heli-Cal flexible shaft coupling is ideal for use with XYZ axis drives. Delivering zero-backlash drive transmission the high torsional stiffness and one peice integrity provides a cost effective connection solution. Abssac stocks a complete range of pre-bored Helical Couplings for immediate delivery....
Monday 16th December 2013

Why use Machined Springs ?

By physically machining a spring from a solid piece of material, Abssac offers the end user some very unique performance characteristics over the wire wound counterpart. Machined springs can be supplied to meet Compression, Extension, Torsion , Lateral bending and translation demands, ...
Thursday 14th November 2013

Throwing your profit away on lead screws !

If you are using trapezoidal or acme lead screws and nuts from 10mm to 80mm diameter it might be worth giving Abssac the opportunity to quote. Holding large stocks of both steel and stainless steel screws up to 3metre in length, the screws are complimented by a range of steel, and bronze nuts....
Monday 11th November 2013

On The Go News....

Take five minutes to read our latest Newsletter. 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 Autumn newsletter predominantly looks at some product advances we have made....
Monday 11th November 2013

Reliable Pump Connection

Looking for dependable and quiet performance from your pump, then specify the TB Wood's Sure-Flex® coupling. As standard the 4-way flexing action absorbs virtually all types of shock, misalignment, and shaft end floats by using proven rubber (EPDM), neoprene, or Hytrel sleeves....
Monday 4th November 2013