Ball Screws vs Lead Screws - Pros and Cons by Christopher Nook
Date: May 10 2019

Ball Screws vs Lead Screws - Pros and Cons

Lead screws and ball screws have been the most trusted and cost effective means of translating rotational energy to linear motion.

10 Reasons Lead Screws are Better than Ball Screws by Christopher Nook
Date: Jun 12 2013

10 Reasons Lead Screws are Better than Ball Screws

Once thought of as little more than a cheap substitute for ball screws and only suitable for limited use in less demanding applications, lead screws (sometimes called lead screws, power screws, acme screws or translation screws) have evolved and now offer many significant advantages over alternative technologies

Maintaining Syringe Pump Precision at Lower Cost with Lead Screws by Christopher Nook
Date: May 02 2013

Maintaining Syringe Pump Precision at Lower Cost with Lead Screws

The use of syringe pumps for medical treatment and chemical/biomedical research has substantially increased in recent years. The most common application for these small infusion pumps is to gradually administer intravenous medications to patients, including pain-killing analgesics, nausea-suppressing anti-emetics, and other drugs.

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.