Categories Linear Specialist Rotary Green Abssac

Most flexible shaft coupling designs rely on a number of moving parts to enable the transmission of torque through a high angular offset.  In fact it is true to say that the greater the offset, the greater amounts of moving parts are required to accommodate that misalignment....
Wednesday 4th July 2012

Reduced cost Ball screws

Looking to reduce the costs of your ball screws? Abssac has a rolled miniature ball screw series that utilises a precision ground ball nut, running on precision rolled screw. The combination means our lead accuracy is close to the precision ground screw but the price is very competitive....
Wednesday 4th July 2012

To Go or Not to Go

Using 316 Stainless Steel, ABSSAC was recently requested to supply a stub thread acme form with tight tolerances on effective diameter and pitch. In fact, to be absolutely sure that the new product was totally interchangeable with existing equipment, the customer provided Abssac with some Go-No-Go gauges....
Friday 25th May 2012

Are you connecting a motor to a pump ?

Consider the Sure-Flex® flexible shaft coupling range available from Abssac, which was designed specifically with that industry in mind. With large stocks kept, we offer an excellent solution to your pump coupling requirements. The easy to fit Sure-Flex® elastomeric shaft ...
Wednesday 23rd May 2012

Miniature Medical leadscrew and nut

Miniature lead screw designs have often been challenging with regards to application performance verses reliability and cost. A recent medical application supplied by Abssac Limited proposed some significant technical obstacles, which were successfully overcome.Using a 3mm diameter ...
Thursday 19th April 2012

Your choice of end attachments

With Abssac’s Helical flexible beam coupling product, customers have been able to take their standard coupling designs to the next level, by incorporating features into the original shaft coupling design. By simply allowing the development of innovative connection solutions ...
Thursday 19th April 2012