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New MRB1330 series from KSS of Japan

New MRB1330 series from KSS of Japan
. Introducing 30mm lead Rolled Ball Screw in shaft diameter 13mm series.To meet increasing demand of suitable high speed Ball Screws, KSS of Japan has developed a 13mm diameter by 30mm lead Rolled Ball Screw. The new MRB1330 series can achieved 1.
Wednesday 6th April 2022

Bronze POWERSCREW and nut

Bronze POWERSCREW and nut
A customer required both leadscrew and nuts machined from bronze for a seagoing application. POWER Leadscrews are an excellent and reliable way of converting rotary motion into a linear motion. Application criteria such as speed...
Friday 25th March 2022

2022 JOSCAR Renewal

2022 JOSCAR Renewal
ABSSAC has achieved approval to the accreditation register JOSCAR (Joint Supply Chain Accreditation Register) for the second year running. The register is used by the aerospace, defence and the security industry to act as a single repository for pre-qualification and compliance information.
Friday 18th March 2022

The wonderful world of Tribology

The wonderful world of Tribology
Tribology is a study that deals with the design, friction, wear, and lubrication of interacting surfaces in relative motion (as in bearings or gears). Using the reliable Control flex shaft coupling our customer has been using the compact shaft coupling design which consists of two anodised aluminium hubs and a unique middle element that...
Wednesday 16th March 2022

Surface treatment process change: Miki Pulley Shaft Coupling Type ALS/AL model

Surface treatment process change: Miki Pulley Shaft Coupling Type ALS/AL model
Target models:  Couplings: ALS-040/055/065/080-R/Y/B - All standard hubs, both hubs for Key set type and Clamping type are the target. Shaft Coupling: AL-035-110 (All size). Change point: The surface treatment of current model is barrel polishing.
Friday 4th March 2022

Whole company Cyber essential certification achieved - IASME-CE-035259

Whole company Cyber essential certification achieved - IASME-CE-035259
Once again, we have been successfull in renewing our cyber essentials certificate. Using an independ qualified assessor against five basic security controls verifies the controls employed. https://iasme.co.uk/cyber-essentials/about-cyber-essentials/.
Thursday 27th January 2022
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