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Lead screw nut

Temperature lead screw nuts

Zoe Moser | 23. April 2021

Lead screw drives are used in many machines in a wide variety of industries. Thus, the demands placed on a lead screw drive also differ: from high and low loads to high and low speeds to large temperature spans or even permanent temperatures around 200°C. Of course, the screw drives used should also perform flawlessly here.

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Efficiency

Zoe Moser | 13. April 2021

In general, efficiency indicates how high the effectiveness of a device is when conversion losses are taken into account. The efficiency describes the relation between the delivered power (effective output) and the supplied power or loss and expenditure. In the calculation, the efficiency is abbreviated with a small eta (η). The result of the efficiency depends on what is considered a benefit or loss and what is considered an expenditure.

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Lubricating polymer lead screws

igu-blog-adm | 18. January 2021

It is no secret that igus® is an advocate of non-lubrication of bearings. Simply put, lubrication is not required for igus® products. But that doesn’t stop customers from asking the recurring question: “Can I use WD-40 or another lubricant to grease my bearing?”

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Lead screw nut material

Zoe Moser | 26. November 2020

dryspin® lead screw technology offers the right lead screw nut material for any technical requirement. But what exactly are its advantages? And how do I find the right lead screw nut material for my application?

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Axial clearance

Zoe Moser | 5. November 2020

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.

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