Abssac is well known for supplying the original helical beam flexible shaft coupling. The product has a reputation for reliability and antibacklash torque transmission, but you may not be aware of the additional advantages the product can offer to power transmission applications.
Tuesday 10th March 2009
ATHERMALIZATON BELLOWS ASSEMBLIES
A new and unique “atherm” temperature sensitive bellows assembly has recently been manufactured and supplied by Abssac limited as part of their controlled electroform component program ..
Utilizing the full capabilities of the SUB-ASSEMBLY SERVICES the part supplied by Abssac...
Monday 24th November 2008
Machined Springs - Release the potential
As with its wire wound brother, all types of spring format such as, compression, extension, torsion, lateral translation and lateral bending springs are available in the machined format. However, from this point the similarities between wound and machined springs stop.
Machined springs can provide very precise...
Monday 1st September 2008
Adaptive shaft coupling technology
Any coupling manufacturer can provide a range of bores sizes within their shaft coupling ranges. After all, this is the essence of the generic products adaptability. The list of suppliers probably starts to shrink dramatically when you require small adaptations of the standard range of shaft couplings .
Friday 1st August 2008
Electrical contact spring gives long life
In electronic devices, certain components may require one or more spring contacts to achieve reliable electrical connection.This is where Abssac can help with its bespoke precision electroformed products. Utilizing a bellows spring contact...
Sunday 9th March 2008
3 parts into 1 special flexure aids design
Abssac recently enhanced the operation of a medical orthodontic machine by replacing a universal joint, plastic shaft coupling and a piece of shafting with just a one piece helical beam drive shaft unit.
Abssac’s customer had initially been using a traditional universal joint to connect a hand control...
Tuesday 19th February 2008