Lead screws are one of the most common linear-motion devices, thanks to their low cost and reliability. And recent advances in modern machining can make them extremely precise with lead errors below 1 micron. That’s why they can be found in linear drives for machine tools, aerospace controls, precision stages, and a host of industrial devices...
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