New Higher Accuracy Ball Screws
The new PSRT series ball screws from Abssac are a precision rolled format but give near ground ball screw accuracy performance (C5). The units are supplied with the end journals already machined to fit industry standard bearing mounts, saving cost and shortening delivery times.
Wednesday 23rd October 2013
Abssac is well known for its quality power screws ranging from about 16mm up to 200mm in diameter, but an often little known side of the company is its capability to supply precision miniature cold rolled formed lead screws and nuts.When dealing with screw diameters from 2mm up ...
Thursday 17th October 2013
Coupling for Industrial Encoders
Controlflex was designed especially for the requirements of shaft encoders. The "industry" design is ideal for shaft encoders with larger shaft sizes, providing balanced and vibration dampening properties. The design also acts as an electrical insulator between connecting shafts and provides excellent torsional stiffness under duty....
Wednesday 16th October 2013
Solid Shaft Couplings
A solid compression-type coupling or rigid coupling as it is sometimes termed has no flexibility but can effectively be used to connect two shafts to make a permanent joint. The solid coupling is usually designed to be capable of transmitting the full torque load capacity of the shaft....
Thursday 10th October 2013
Doors Open at Engineering Design Show
A very warm welcome is extended to all those visitors to the Engineering Design show at the Ricoh Centre Coventry today. Abssac is situated in the middle of the Hall on Stand E35 where we are showing all of our innovative linear and rotary products. We look forward to meeting you in person over the next few days....
Wednesday 2nd October 2013
4-way Flexing Action
The name TB Wood’s couplings utilises a rubber (EPDM), Neoprene, or Hytrel sleeve between two cast hubs. The flexible element allows 4-way flexing action and absorbs virtually all types of shock, misalignment, and end float. The sleeves also exhibit exceptional torsional flexibility....
Tuesday 17th September 2013