Power screws in STOCK
Abssac has recently invested heavily in the stock of trapezoidal thread form power screws and nuts in what is seen as a very competitive move in the market. Now stocking 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.
Monday 1st June 2009
New 15mm diameter ball screw
Abssac has just added a new M-Thread, 15mm diameter end deflector ball screw to its range. Accepting higher speeds and greater dynamic and static loads than its competition it is available in both ground and rolled formats standard leads of 2.5mm, 5mm, 10mm and 20mm can be supplied.
Thursday 2nd April 2009
Best of British thread forms
If you are looking for a UK lead screw supplier, look no further than Abssac Limited. The company employs whirling or milling techniques to supply acme and trapezoidal screw thread forms. Abssac can quickly supply screw diameters from 4mm to 200mm with a choice of leads per diameter.
Wednesday 24th September 2008
Follow the leader...
Whether it is a simple lead screw, acme thread, ball screw or a complicated satellite roller screw, Abssac have one of the largest linear product ranges on the market. Combine this with a fast turnaround machine shop that can supply end journals that are ready to fit directly into your application.
Tuesday 2nd September 2008
Lead screws with ultra fine pitch
Abssac's unique range of ultra fine lead screws, supplied in a Vee thread form are ideal for finite movement linear applications. Using 303 Stainless steel and 1018 steel, with the proven cold rolled process to manufacture, the screws are available in diameters from 6mm up to .500 inch, with leads as fine as .
Monday 1st September 2008
The smallest ball screw in the world
A small claim to fame....Abssac is now supplying what is believed to be the world's smallest precision tolerance ball screw and nut assembly. With an amazing screw diameter of only 1.8mm and a lead of 0.5mm the new miniature ball screw range is ideally suited to the ever-smaller requirements of medical...
Thursday 7th August 2008