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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
Reduce the costs of your 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....
Sunday 9th March 2008
Precision Edge Welded Bellows
Do you use precision edge welded bellows ?. Abssac is now supplying a range of custom designed bellows, through Bellows Tech, LLC who specialize in the design and manufacture of precision edge welded bellows and assemblies. The product encompasses, a wide array of alloys including Inconel, Hastelloy, Titanium, Aluminium and 316L stainless steel....
Saturday 1st March 2008
3 parts into 1 special flexure aids design
Abssac recently enhanced the operation of a medical orthodontic machine by replacing a universal joint, plastic shaft coupling and a piece of shafting with just a one piece helical beam drive shaft unit.
Abssac’s customer had initially been using a traditional universal joint ...
Tuesday 19th February 2008