High vacuum lead screw
Abssac limited has long been associated with supplying products into the nuclear physics industry and has recently maintained this trend by supplying lead screw and nut assemblies for use within a high vacuum diagnostic tool for particle accelerators.
Monday 21st March 2011
POWER LEAD SCREWS
Looking for a competitive quote. At Abssac we stock up to 3 meter lengths of trapezoidal thread form power screws and nuts in both right and left handed formats. Abssac is committed to reducing the unit prices of its linear products. Also stocking flanged or non flanged Bronze nuts as well as round, hex and square steel nuts.
Friday 17th September 2010
Book like, printed catalogue on line
Our main product catalogue, which in the past had amounted to well over 300 pages of information, has now been transformed into a look-a-like version on-line. With actual pages that flick over, a downloadable or simple print a page option, again reduces our dependence of paper....
Monday 16th August 2010
Thermoplastic ball screw
Abssac continues to be the centre of linear technical innovation for the UK. In 2010 we launched the smallest ball screw on the market which has a mere 1.8mm screw diameter. Abssac is now proud to offer a complete ball screw and nut assembly manufactured entirely out of thermoplastic.
Thursday 1st July 2010
Helical flexure helps die cutter efficiency
Abssac has aided the design of a cellophane packaging machine manufacturer utilising its helical flexure technology in a die punch design. Abssac was tasked with improving the life of a plastics die cutter which was prematurely blunting on high volume runs. The die cutter was originally attached to a solid shaft holder...
Wednesday 19th May 2010
ABSSAC on the move.......
Abssac has moved to its new purpose built facility at the Enterprise centre, Evesham. Quadrupling their available space puts them in good stead to increase stocks of our rotary, linear and specialist product ranges. . New address and contact details are as follows;. ABSSAC Ltd...
Saturday 20th February 2010