Finding the right leadscrew and nut combination
Finding the right leadscrew and nut combination for an application requires an understanding of the screw profile, available materials, and naturally, the parameters of the physical demands of the system. ABSSAC had decades upon decades of application experience which can be employed into the product specification.
Monday 4th January 2021
Outstanding Precision leadscrews
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. Most common thread forms are the acme or trapezoidal but...
Monday 9th November 2020
Check out the ABSSAC Videos
Our videos are worthwhile to anyone who is a user or buyer of linear or rotary power transmission equipment. Short and informative we hope you enjoy them. Situated in the Vale of Evesham, England, Abssac supplies unique and innovative rotary and linear power transmission products.
Thursday 8th October 2020
POWER SCREWS AND NUTS
Lead screw and nut combinations are often chosen from standard ranges to convert the rotary motion of the screw into a linear movement. However sometimes the nut design can be adapted to deliver more than one advantage. One big advantage is that nuts can be manufactured in just about any machineable material including bronze...
Thursday 10th September 2020
Custom linear assemblies
Working closely with your engineers to develop custom drive assemblies that meet your specifications and budget, makes ABSSAC a key supplier in many industries. ABSSAC offer a complete range of thread forms from acme, stub acme, 60° V, J-form, and trapezoidal, through production capabilities which include thread rolling.
Monday 17th August 2020
Leading the way with POWERSCREWS
The combination of a lead screw and nut is an excellent and economical way to convert rotary motion into linear motion. Through a vast scope of screw formats and nut designs ABSSAC has been a preferred supplier to key industries for well over 3 decades. A lead screw, which can also be known as a power screw...
Tuesday 26th May 2020