3 parts into 1 special flexure aids design
Abssac recently enhanced the operation of a medical orthodontic machine by replacing a universal joint, plastic shaft coupling and a piece of shafting with just a one piece helical beam drive shaft unit. Abssac’s customer had initially been using a traditional universal joint to connect a hand control...
Tuesday 19th February 2008
Left and right handed lead screws
Matching leads in right handed and left handed lead screw formats Lead screws supplied in both a right handed and left handed thread format can readily be supplied by Abssac limited. A redesigned food packaging machine was originally using the opposing screws to operate a high speed gripper in a machine that hot plastic foil sealed...
Tuesday 1st January 2008
TB Woods mechanical product range at Abssac
The name TB Wood's has long been associated with quality, in both products and customer care, whether it's their made to order or their standard power transmission equipment. Product ranges include Sheaves, Belts, Pulleys, Bushes, Flexible Shaft Couplings and Clutches. When this is put together with Abssac Limited...
Saturday 1st December 2007
Largest splined shaft
Abssac has recently supplied one of the largest splined shafts to date. Measuring a massive 150mm in diameter, with 8 splines along its 2 metres length and weighing in at 250kg !. Manufactured from EN24T steel the customer did not have any technical drawings from which we could quote from.
Wednesday 31st October 2007
Formally known as Deck gear couplings and Sier Bath Deck gear couplings Abssac now supplies the complete range as the sole United Kingdom distributor for the mechanical TB Woods product line. The intellectual properties of Deck Manufacturing and the assets of The Sier Bath Deck Gear Corp were recently purchased allowing the capabilities...
Monday 1st October 2007
Dynamic Lead screw supplier
Are you looking for a lead screw supplier that can produce exactly what you want ? Or perhaps you have an old acme screw that needs replacing but have no technical drawing specifications to work from. Abssac can help.
Saturday 1st September 2007