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MTS Flange Mount Supernuts

MTS Flange Mount Supernuts

Many applications simply do not require an anti-backlash solution. For those Thomson BSA® offers the MTS Supernut®. The MTS combines simplicity of design with efficiency through the integral flange mount on the body of the nut. Excellent lubricity, smooth movement, dimensional stability and minimal wear is provided by our proprietary Acetal. Offered in a wide range of sizes to fit screws from 3/16” to 3/4”.  A low friction and cost effective solution.  Accurate positioning to .003 inch per foot with Thomson BSA lead screws.

Overview

MTS Flange Mount Specifications (Metric Units):

Dia.
(mm)
Lead (mm.)
2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 15 16 20 25 35 45
10 X X X X X X X
12 X X X X X X X X
16 X X X X X X
20 X X X X X X

MTS Flange Mount Specifications (Imperial Units):

Dia.
(in)
Lead (inch, unless otherwise noted)
.050 .0625 .063 2
mm
.083 .100 .125 4
mm
.167 .200 .250 .375 .500 .800 1.00 1.20 2.00
3/16 X    
1/4 X X X X    
5/16 X X X X    
3/8 X X X X X X X X X X X    X  
7/16 X X X    
1/2 X X X X X X X    
5/8 X X X X X X    
3/4 X X X X X X      X

MTS Flange Mount Highlights:


  • Sizes from 3/16 inch to 3/4 inch
  • Less than .010 inch backlash
  • Accurate positioning to .003 inch per foot with Thomson BSA lead screws
  • Cost effective
  • Low friction

Find a Product

Product Type

Screw Diameter

Screw Lead

Axial Load

NN

Thread Direction

Anti-Backlash

Product Family

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