Choosing the correct nut for the lead screw
Choosing the correct nut for the lead screw, need not be a headache. ABSSAC has standard nut designs to suit most linear applications whether precision or industrial and when you want a nut to incorporate some special form of attachment or load ABSSAC can help. The ability to supply a professionally tapped nut...
Wednesday 23rd January 2019
Machined spring assimilates separate parts.
The design and reliability of a compression spring control mechanism that originally involved the amalgamation of four separate parts was recently upgraded by using the Heli-Cal machined spring product. The previous assembly consisted of a wound compression spring, a machined spring seat...
Thursday 17th January 2019
Let us bring the products samples to you
With all our products, our sales engineers see face to face visits as the best way of find a solution to a customers rotary and linear challenges. We have purpose designed display boxes for all our products, that allow the customer a quick walk through that products potential.
Monday 7th January 2019
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, then give ABSSAC a call.
Wednesday 28th November 2018
ETP Hydraulic Clamping elements transmit POWER
With all the positive benefits of the ETP hydraulic clamping elements, such as compact design, precision mounting and easy clamping the new is compact, quick and available as standard for shafts sizes between 15 – 40 mm.
Monday 19th November 2018
Not just lead screws .....
Are you looking for a lead screw supplier that can produce exactly what you want ? Or perhaps you have an old acme screw that needs replacing but have no technical drawing specifications to work from. Most common thread forms are the acme or trapezoidal but...
Friday 26th October 2018