CM.CDM Series Ball Screws

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Ball Screws

Ball screw assemblies consist of a screw leading and a screw, and have grooves with helical grooves that are in line with. Balls move between the grooves, which creates a connection between the screw and the screw. Recirculating bearings permit the equipment to operate efficiently with the highest static and dynamic load ratings.

We offer ball screw models in a variety of styles and materials. These include low-carbon steels, as well as high-carbon alloy steels. They are available in standard and metric sizes, and different kinds of stainless steel.

The ball screws in our assortment offer linear motion solutions for diverse industries, such as construction transportation medical, and heavy-lifting packaging for food, marine, and energy.


Accuracy Index of Ball Screw

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Why Is Ball Screw Repair Necessary?

Repairing the ball screw is essential to repair the function and efficiency of worn or damaged repair of the ball screw. Here are some of the reasons why repair to a ball screw may be necessary:

  1. Wear and tear The ball screws are subjected to continuous motion, heavy loads, as well as harsh operating conditions. In time, this may cause wear and degeneration of the screw, nut as well as ball bearings. Restoring the screw can help to fix issues like worn threads or damaged ball bearings or deteriorated fluidity, which ensures an efficient and smooth operation.
  2. Play or Backlash: With some time, the ball screw could develop backlash or play that is excessive. Backlash is the quantity of motion lost between the nut and screw which results in a decrease in precision and repeatability of positioning. Repairing the ball screw could help to reduce or eliminate backlash, improving precision and increasing the overall performance of the system.
  3. Broken Components: Ball screw systems are made up of various parts comprising nuts, screws, and sealings for ball bearings and the lubrication system. Damage or failure to these parts can adversely affect how the function of the screw. Replacing or repairing damaged components is required to ensure the correct functioning of the mechanism.
  4. A misalignment or a bent Screw Bent or misaligned screw of a ball screw may result from excess loads, incorrect installation, or even accidents. This could result in irregular motion, increased friction, and wear prematurely. Repairing a bent or misaligned ball screw can require the adjustment or replacement of the screw for smooth, precise motion.

In the event of addressing these issues via repair, the ball screw system can be brought back to its best state, ensuring an efficient and precise linear motion. Routine maintenance as well as timely repair will prolong the life of ball screw assemblies, cut down on time to repair, and increase the effectiveness and efficiency of equipment that rely on the technology of ball screws.