Online Shaft Coupling Specifier
This new on-line feature allows you to build your own shaft coupling step-by-step by entering bore sizes, attachment and desired material. If you need a quick way to specify a basic Heli-Cal shaft coupling, why not use our own on-line http://www.abssac.co.uk/shaft-couplings-selector/ . The simple to use on-line selector is designed to allow you to choose from range of standard bore combinations, attachment styles and material choices.. Give it a go at the http://www.abssac.co.uk/shaft-couplings-selector/. .
Wednesday 17th December 2014
Internal and External Threads
Another great example of Abssac's excellent machining capability. A quick turn around for a 100mm diameter stainless screw, with an internal gun drilled thread along with a bronze nut had both internal and external threads for fitting purposes. If you have a lead screw application let us help you complete the task.
Monday 8th December 2014
Well Oiled Spring
Oil and gas exploration applications use a similar methodology as going to the planet Mars. It is in a place that is inaccessible, toxic and has a corrosive environment; a place that you do not want failures from your equipment to occur in.
Monday 3rd November 2014
Self-Reversing machined screws
Traditional lead or acme screws require the driven screw to counter rotate to achieve a bi-directional movement of the nut and importantly, to allow the nut to return to its original start position. The self-reversing screw only requires a rotation of the screw in one direction to achieve a reciprocated bi-directional linear movement.
Thursday 16th October 2014
Springs from a solid piece of material
Exact linear spring rates. Pure moment attachment. Choice of materials.Compression, extension, lateral bending springs. If you use optimised performance springs then take a look at the machined spring product from Abssac. Give us a call on 01386 421005.
Wednesday 13th August 2014
Flexible Rotary Solutions
Specifying the right flexible shaft coupling for an application can be a technical challenge for the engineer, particularly as there are also so many designs on the market. Shaft size, torque capability, angular and parallel shaft misalignment, not to mention material and attachment...
Tuesday 1st July 2014