IN STOCK - lead screws and nuts
We stock 3 meter lengths of lead screw diameters of 12mm, 16mm, 20mm, 22mm, 24mm, 30mm, 36mm, 40mm and 50mm in both right and left handed formats. Supplied in both Steel and Stainless Steel the POWER SCREW lead screws ranges are complimented by a range of flanged or non flanged Bronze nuts as well as round, hex and square steel nuts.
Thursday 15th March 2012
Niche ball screw
Do you currently use ground ball screws ? Are you looking for a lower cost alternative? If so the range of precision rolled ball screws that operate just below the accuracy grades of ground ball screw assemblies might be of interest. By using precision ground ball nuts and then pairing them with precision cold rolled ball screws...
Tuesday 27th September 2011
Split nut saves time
Another satisfied customer required a more sophisticated nut design for use within a hot glue dispensing machine. By supplying a specifically designed bronze nut to match a 20mm diameter by 4mm lead trapezoidal power screw, the bronze nut was then meticulously separated into two halves.
Tuesday 14th June 2011
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
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