Thermoplastic ball screw
Abssac continues to be the centre of linear technical innovation for the UK. In 2010 we launched the smallest ball screw on the market which has a mere 1.8mm screw diameter. Abssac is now proud to offer a complete ball screw and nut assembly manufactured entirely out of thermoplastic....
Thursday 1st July 2010
Looking to 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....
Monday 4th January 2010
Lead screws for packaging machinery
We are now stocking a complete range of Stainless Steel lead screws that are specifically produced for the food packaging or medical industry. Stocked in matching left and right handed threads, Abssac can supply screws cut to length or machined to drawing.
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Monday 7th December 2009
Low cost ball screw aids restoration
A quick turnaround by Abssac has aided the restoration of two pre WW11 machine tools being restored to their former glory in a local woollen mills maintenance workshop. Despite the customer being without the original dimensional drawings for the ball screws and the fact that they ...
Thursday 20th August 2009
Power screws in STOCK
Abssac has recently invested heavily in the stock of trapezoidal thread form power screws and nuts in what is seen as a very competitive move in the market. Now stocking 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....
Monday 1st June 2009
New 15mm diameter ball screw
Abssac has just added a new M-Thread, 15mm diameter end deflector ball screw to its range. Accepting higher speeds and greater dynamic and static loads than its competition it is available in both ground and rolled formats standard leads of 2.5mm, 5mm, 10mm and 20mm can be supplied....
Thursday 2nd April 2009