Ball Screw made by Thompson

Thomson Ball Screws are manufactured using one of two processes. They can be rolled or they can be ground. Rolling involves pushing steel into molds to make the correct shape, while the grinding process is used to create thread profiles and leads in an extremely precise manner.
Like the majority of these tools, a Thompson Ball Screw has a very high rate of efficiency, with a lowest rate of ninety percent. Accuracy is also at a high level, which is due to the high standards of engineering and production. If you purchase a Thompson Ball Screw you can select from a range of different sizes. Four inches is the largest ball screw available, while the smallest comes in at 3/8 inch. Extreme care is also taken to ensure that each every Thompson Ball Screw is completely straight . The machine made pieces of the ball screw have no bend up to .005 inch per foot, the cut components are straight to an accuracy of .01 inch per foot.
If your specifications are in metric, Thompson Ball Screws will put your sets together in your preferred units, for the diameter and the lead. The choice of leads for a Thompson Ball Screw is from 0.125 inch to 2 inches. Lead accuracies are from 0.0003 to 0.1 inch per foot, and depends directly on the ball screw in question. Each Thompson Ball Screw can be customised in terms of finishing, or or using a typical finish. Ball screws can be repair by any ball screw repair service provider upon worn.

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