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 in a recent survey...
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.
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
Fast Delivery of Power screws , Nuts and Bearings
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. If you use leadscrews and nuts or perhaps you are considering the product within your designs...
Monday 27th June 2016
Low Cost Linear Solution
At Abssac we are constantly investigating ways in order to make linear solutions more affordable to our customers. One method is to employ plastic moulding injection techniques for the lead screw nut body. Then instead of machining the screw, we look at cold rolled precision .
Tuesday 8th March 2016
More Thrust in 2016
4 x the thrust to be correct. The satellite roller screw is used to transform rotary movements into linear movements or vice versa. Using precision, load bearing, rollers instead of ball bearings in the nut housing can achieve incredible accuracy and longevity of service.
Saturday 2nd January 2016