Trapezoidal Thread Disc

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Zero-backlash setting of nuts

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Trapezoidal Thread Disc
Trapezoidal Thread Disc

igus has just launched a trapezoidal thread disc (TR-Disc) for the zero-backlash setting of the nuts during fitting. The functional principle is as simple as it is effective: two nuts are braced against one another. The manually set state is then fixed by screwing. The TR-Disc has long holes which allow the fitter to align the set position exactly to the counternut. This makes the TR-Disc an easy-to-handle solution for setting backlash on trapezoidal threads. As a positive technical side effect, the TR-Disc lengthens the thread and strengthens the flange. The result: greater load-bearing capacity with the same spindle size. Furthermore, igus allows users to check the long service life of plastic screw drives: the service life of all products can be calculated online with a research programme. It saves users having to carry out lengthy tests. In addition to service life calculation, the online tool helps users to find and configure the products they need.

Posted on May 28, 2013 - (1054 views)
igus GmbH
Spicher Straße 1a
51147 Köln - Germany
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