How to Pick the Right Acme Nut for your Lead Screw Application by Christopher Nook
Date: Feb 26 2013

How to Pick the Right Acme Nut for your Lead Screw Application

High-end, motion control lead screw applications only perform as anticipated when the screw is matched with the right acme nut—whether the acme nut be available as a standard component or produced from a specific custom design.

Lead Screws vs Ball Screws: It's All about the Application by Christopher Nook
Date: Feb 22 2013

Lead Screws vs Ball Screws: It's All about the Application

Today’s motion-driven automation environments demand effective linear motion control systems, such as lead screws and ball screws. Although lead screws are often seen as less expensive substitutes for ball screws, making a decision on which type of screw to use is a lot more complicated than focusing solely on cost.

3 Benefits of PTFE Coatings on Lead Screws by Christopher Nook
Date: Jan 28 2013

3 Benefits of PTFE Coatings on Lead Screws

There are so many benefits of using PTFE coated screws to improve and enhance your products and applications. Before we get into some benefits of choosing PTFE coated screws, here's some more information on the product itself:

Are Lead Screws for you? by Christopher Nook
Date: Jan 06 2013

Are Lead Screws for you?

Lead screws are a lower cost linear motion solution than any other mechanical, pneumatic or hydraulic product. Precision lead and acme screws are manufactured from special high carbon alloy steels and anti-corrosive stainless steels that lend themselves to precision thread-rolling processes and to the demanding applications where engineers apply them.