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Precision Plus Ground Metric Ball Screws

Precision Plus Ground Metric Ball Screws

Precision Plus Ground Ball Screw Assemblies are the highest precision product available, with standard lead accuracies of ±12µm/300mm.  These ball screw assemblies feature a FL-Style ball nut, precisely preloaded to customer specifications.  This unique nut design provides high repeatability and high stiffness for the most demanding ball screw applications.  Each nut comes standard with an integral Delrin wiper to protect against chips and other debris.

Overview

Precision Plus Ground Specifications (Metric Units):

Diameter (mm) Lead (mm)
5 10
16 X  
20 X
25 X
32 X X
40 X
50 X
63 X
80 X

Precision Plus Ground Highlights:


  • Lead accuracies up to eight times those of conventional ball screws for an immediate improvement in machine accuracy 
  • Zero-lash, preloaded designs available with a high stiffness that provides positioning accuracy and repeatability for machine tools, robots, material handling systems, electronic component insertion systems, and more
  • A gothic arch ball groove geometry to extend service life, and optimize stiffness in preloaded assemblies
  • Maximum lead error - Class 3 - ±12µm/300mm (.0005"/ft)
  • Integral wipers and flanges contributing to system cleanliness and mounting ease
  • Optimum efficiency and cost savings when replacing expensive hydraulic and pneumatic systems
  • Predictable service life for the most reliable system designs

Find a Product

Product Type

Screw Diameter

Screw Lead

Axial Load

NN

Thread Direction

Anti-Backlash

Product Family

CAD Models

  • Configurable 2D/3D Partstream Models
  • Configurable 2D/3D Solidcomponents Models
  • Configurable 2D/3D PartServer Models
  • Static 2D/3D Model file downloads

NOTE: Please use Internet Explorer 11, Edge, Firefox, or Google Chrome with Edrawings Viewer

Partstream Interactive Viewer Instructions:
1) Select a product from the table below and Configure your model to the right of the viewer that appears.
2) Click the Create button at the bottom of the configurator and wait for model to load (may take a few minutes).
3) Click the Download tab and login to your account if requested (or register as a first-time user).
4) Select a format, wait for the file to be created (may take a few minutes), and click the Download button.

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