CM.CDM Series Ball Screws

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Ball Screws

Ball screw assemblies are made up of a leading screw as well as the nut, with helical grooves that match. Balls slide between these grooves, ensuring an interface between the screw and screw. Recirculating bearings allow equipment to run efficiently, with high dynamic and static load ratings.

We carry ball screw models that come in various designs and materials that include Low carbon steels and high-carbon alloy steels, in both metric and standard sizes, as well as various kinds of stainless steel.

Ball screws from our range provide linear motion solutions to various industries, including construction transportation, heavy lifting, medical, marine food packaging, and energy.

Accuracy Index of Ball Screw

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Why Is Ball Screw Repair Necessary?

Ball screw repair is necessary to restore the functionality and performance of a damaged or worn ball screw system. Here are some reasons why ball screw repair may be required:

  1. Wear and Tear: Ball screws are subjected to constant motion, high loads, and harsh operating conditions. Over time, this can lead to wear and deterioration of the screw, nut, and ball bearings. Repairing the ball screw helps to address issues such as worn threads, damaged ball bearings, or degraded lubrication, ensuring smooth and efficient operation.
  2. Backlash or Play: Over time, ball screws may develop backlash or excessive play. Backlash refers to the amount of lost motion between the screw and nut, resulting in reduced accuracy and positioning repeatability. Repairing the ball screw can help reduce or eliminate backlash, restoring precision and improving the overall performance of the system.
  3. Faulty Components: Ball screw systems consist of various components, including screws, nuts, ball bearings, seals, and lubrication systems. Any failure or damage to these components can negatively impact the performance of the ball screw. Repairing or replacing faulty components is necessary to restore the proper functioning of the system.
  4. Misalignment or Bent Screw: Misalignment or bending of the ball screw can occur due to excessive loads, improper installation, or accidents. This can cause irregular motion, increased friction, and premature wear. Repairing a misaligned or bent ball screw involves realignment or replacement to ensure smooth and accurate motion.

By addressing these issues through repair, ball screw systems can be restored to their optimal condition, ensuring smooth and precise linear motion. Regular maintenance and timely repairs can extend the lifespan of ball screw systems, reduce downtime, and enhance the efficiency and productivity of machinery that relies on ball screw technology.