Of all the screws used for industrial motion control, ball screws rise to the head of the class, offering several advantages over other options such as roller screws and acme screws. Featuring efficiencies of at least 90%, ball screws are one of the most economical ways of converting rotary motion into precision linear motion. They’re able to move heavy loads at fast speeds with outstanding accuracy. Moreover, ball screws can be cost-effective alternatives to pneumatic and hydraulic act
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