Why use Machined Springs ?
By physically machining a spring from a solid piece of material, Abssac offers the end user some very unique performance characteristics over the wire wound counterpart.
Machined springs can be supplied to meet Compression, Extension, Torsion , Lateral bending and translation demands...
Thursday 14th November 2013
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 we supply are machined, not cast...
Wednesday 23rd October 2013
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 .
Wednesday 3rd October 2012
High Accuracy Springs for High Temperature
High Accuracy Springs for High Temperature....No problem.We offer bespoke 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 originally attached to a solid shaft holder...
Wednesday 19th May 2010
Machined torsion springs, as the name suggests, are machined from a solid piece of material.
Using F.E.A to optimise performance, we can provide very precise, linear deflection rates because virtually all-residual internal stresses are eliminated. Most wound torsion springs can achieve a rate of around 15%...
Thursday 5th November 2009