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Adaptable Universal Joints

Abssac continues to expand its rotary product portfolio by supplying a unique range of adaptable universal joints. By excelling in the design and development of universal joints with you, we can achieve a cost effective transmission solution. The universal joints we supply are machined, ...
Wednesday 23rd October 2013

Gold electroforms.

Electrodeposited products are formed by machining a precision mandrel to the shape of the desired form (or inside of the bellows) and then depositing the correct thickness of quality metal on to the mandrel. The mandrel is then dissolved away leaving the precision finished product behind....
Saturday 23rd March 2013

A taste of home

By helping to maintain cryogenic temperatures as low as -95°C, edge welded metal Bellows, have become a trusted, reliable solution for NASA cryogenic temperature chambers. On the 7th October, 2012, NASA’s Commercial Resupply Services (CRS-1) mission lifted off from launch ...
Monday 22nd October 2012

October News letter now out....

The ABSSAC Ezine is always kept short and informative, whilst hopefully remaining worthwhile to anyone who is a user or buyer of linear and rotary power transmission equipment.  This twice yearly news newsletter predominantly looks at some product advances we have made. Why not subscribe for future issues or view the latest copy here ....
Wednesday 3rd October 2012

High Accuracy Springs for High Temperature

High Accuracy Springs for High Temperature....No problem.We offer bespoke machined springs for high temperature applications. Our springs utilise the proven Heli-Cal®  technology to provide predictable, guaranteed elastic properties for temperatures up to 750 Deg Celsius....
Thursday 19th July 2012

Helical flexure helps die cutter efficiency

Abssac has aided the design of a cellophane packaging machine manufacturer utilising its helical flexure technology in a die punch design. Abssac was tasked with improving the life of a plastics die cutter which was prematurely blunting on high volume runs. The die cutter was ...
Wednesday 19th May 2010