Carbon Fibre Compression Tunability
The Carbon Composite Bellows™ Spring (CCBS) is a system of stacked carbon fibre elements, similar in design to a Belleville washer, that combine to work as a high performance, extremely light weight flexible compression spring. Using carbon composites takes advantage of the materials unique high tensile properties in bending.
Wednesday 5th July 2017
Great feedback from another happy customer
. Dear Nicky, We are in receipt of the goods, thank you.Thank you for the delivery note and your efficient service.Please pass on my thought to your team, as suppliers are normally only recognised for bad work and never for the goodIt is not every day when you have confidence in companies when purchasing goods.
Thursday 29th June 2017
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
Precision hub and shaft clamping
One of the most innovative products on the market, the ETP product consist of a double-walled hardened steel (in some cases stainless steel) sleeve, which is filled with a pressure medium. The precision machine housing contains a threaded pressure screw, that when actuated, moves an internal piston that in turn provides the pressure adjustment.
Thursday 1st June 2017
How machined springs out-perform wire-wound springs
Design engineers are discovering the many benefits that machined springs provide to their designs, where spring forces are required. Developed from the concept of incorporating the versatile Heli-Cal Flexure concept into a single piece of material;...
Wednesday 12th April 2017
Worth a look !
. . Utilising well over 3 decades of beam coupling manufacturing experience, the Heli-Cal Budgetbeam shaft coupling has been specifically designed to excel at delivering high torsional stiffness, through a high degree of angular and axial shaft movement even at high rpm.
Wednesday 22nd February 2017