Ground Ball Screw accuracy, rolled screw pricing
The low friction within ball screw designs means that a high mechanical efficiency is delivered compared to that of lead screw designs. A typical ball screw may be 90 percent efficient, versus 30 percent efficiency of a lead screw of equal size. Ball screw specification is often a ...
Tuesday 19th September 2017
POWER lead screw and nut combinations are a cost effective and reliable way of converting rotary motion into a linear motion. The speed, the load and the accuracy of position has a direct effect on the form and physical size of the lead screw and nut design.
ABSSAC stocks lead screws ...
Thursday 17th August 2017
When was the last time ?
........you reviewed the performance of your existing ball screw supplier?
Precision, reliability, quality, value for money and on time delivery, are all things ABSSAC put at the heart of the ball screw ranges they supply and with existing customers enjoying a 98% satisfaction ...
Thursday 22nd June 2017
Why use a Satellite Roller Screw?
There are many ways of transferring a rotational force into a linear one, particularly in the world of linear translation devices. Such devices include the simple lead screw and plastic nut and the industrial standard recirculating ball screw device. Each design discipline has ...
Tuesday 24th January 2017
Power screws , Nuts and Bearings
Choosing fast delivery of trapezoidal Power screws , Nuts and Bearings doesn’t have to be a nut cracker. Leadscrews are an excellent and reliable way of converting rotary motion into a linear motion. The speed, the load and the accuracy of position has a direct effect on the form and physical size of the lead screw and nut design....
Wednesday 11th January 2017
A trusted heavy duty partner
Abssac offers an Industrial ball screw range that effectively converts high torque rotary input into precise high load linear movement.
All industrial ball screws can be delivered cut to length and if required, machined ready to fit into the required support bearing mounts. ...
Thursday 1st December 2016