Rockford Ball Screw 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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|KEYWAY BALL NUTS Rockford Ball Screw stocks over 60 ball nut models including standard ball, preloaded, metric, freewheeling and custom.|
|STANDARD BALL NUTS Rockford Ball Screw stocks over 60 ball nut models including standard ball, preloaded, metric, freewheeling and custom.|
|Free-wheeling ball screws utilize a ball cage (retainer) inside the nut, differentiating it from the standard ball screw. As the cage contacts the stop pins in the screw at the...|
|Our ball screw assembly consists of a screw and a nut, each with matching helical grooves The balls which roll between these grooves providing contact between the nut and the...|
|Preloaded ball screw assemblies consist of two standard ball nuts joined by an adjustable preload package containing a collar and bevel, or wave springs. As a method of eliminating backlash...|