If you need to actuate a 500 kN axial load along a 1,500 mm stroke, do you use a roller screw or a ball screw? If you instinctively said roller screw, you may not be familiar with high-load ball screws as an economical and simplified alternative.
Check out this 30-minute webinar recording, and you'll learn all about high-load ball screws:
- Introduction & Basic Definitions
- Application Examples
- Features & Benefits
- Comparison to Other Screw Technologies
- Hydraulic Replacement
- Standard and Custom Offering
Any new application requires careful analysis of product performance, life and cost. Especially those that take on larger loads. Learn why you should be considering a high-load ball screw over standard ball screws for your next high-load, compact application.
Presenter: Markus Brändle, Product Line Specialist – Screws, Screw Jacks and LB&G, Thomson Neff Industries, Germany