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Ball Screws

Ideal for high-speed applications where the direction of motion changes frequently, such as milling machines and lathes, turn these ball screws to create linear motion and transmit power to a compatible nut to lift or move a load. Ball bearings in the nut glide in the threads of the screw to reduce friction and provide more efficient power transmission than ACME lead screws. Ball screws require a braking mechanism to hold the screw in place when stopped.

Ball Screws

Pair these ball screws with ball nuts that have the same screw diameter and travel distance per turn to transmit force and motion in a ball screw system.

Steel — Right Hand Precision Type

38 in Screw Dia.

12 in Screw Dia.

58 in Screw Dia.

34 in Screw Dia.

1 in Screw Dia.

Ball Screw Nuts

Install one of these nuts on a ball screw with the same screw diameter and travel distance per turn to transmit force as the screw is turned.

Steel — Right Hand Precision Type

For 38 in Screw Dia.

For 12 in Screw Dia.

For 58 in Screw Dia.

For 34 in Screw Dia.

For 1 in Screw Dia.

Ball Screw End Blocks

Prevent ball screws from wobbling with these end blocks.

Steel

Ball Screw Flanges

Mount these flanges behind a ball screw nut to support objects as they travel along the screw.

Steel