Ewellix Datasheets for Ball Screws

Ball screws convert rotary motion to linear motion, or torque to thrust, and vice versa. They are primarily a power screw with a train of ball bearings riding between the screw and the nut in a recirculating track.
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Product Name Notes
Benefits: Customised solutions available Excellent value for money and a competitive alternative to ground ballscrews Corrosion protected nuts Design adaptable to most positioning operations, with no play or slack Features:...
Benefits: Excellent repeatability with highly accurate positioning Uniform motion Easy to integrate Elimination of play due to excessive vibration or changes in direction Features: Extremely compact nut design with threaded...
Benefits: High linear speed up to 110 m/min Design suitable for most positioning systems, due to high accuracy with no play Lifetime lubrication via additional seals offering protection against contamination...
Benefits: Ready-to-use complete bearing unit, simplified application design, easier ordering procedures Quick assembly on the end of the shaft Lifetime lubrication / no maintenance Features: Precision machined housing made of...
Benefits: Ready-to-use complete bearing unit, simplified design, easier ordering procedure Quick assembly onto the shaft and elimination of the majority of technical problems Simplified process for choosing customised solutions thanks...
Benefits: Smooth running with low noise levels High speed capabilities, up to 2.4 times the standard range Provides long service life and excellent repeatability High positioning accuracy Features: New recirculation...