How exactly is axial clearance defined? What must we watch out for? And what possibilities does igus offer for reducing axial clearance? The axial clearance is used to describe the lost motion, i.e. the “dead travel” on the lead screw, or in other words the gap between the lead screw and the lead screw nut.
There are large and small packages, narrow and wide bottles, round or square products and in order to pack or guide all these products quickly, there are so-called lane adjustments also called multi-lane adjustment systems. Where is lane adjustment used? Lane adjustment from igus enables the adjustment of several conveyor belt tracks without replacing heavy […]
The most important terms and designations concerning lead screws. How do I actually recognise the core diameter? And what exactly is the pitch diameter? We have summarised the basic terms and designations on the subject of lead screws simply and clearly
What is the difference between left-hand and right-hand threads? How can I recognise the thread direction even without a test? The thread rotation direction right or left can be easily determined with a visual inspection. If you look at the lead screw from the front, you can best see the difference between left-hand and right-hand threads.
Virtual trade shows have become the new norm for us since April. Besides our own permanent exhibition in Cologne KMI (Köln Messe igus), we also take part in other exhibitions. The most recent event for the machine tool industry was D-Expo Metall (https://www.hanser-tagungen.de/en/d-expo-kunststoff). Within this framework, I was able to present exclusively some of our […]