Trapezoid spindles for simpler tasks and high precision ball screws as well can be found in our product portfolio.



Ball Screws

What is a Ball screw?

A ball screw is a mechanical device for translating rotational motion to linear motion with little friction. A threaded shaft provides a spiral raceway for ball bearings which act as a precision screw. As well as being able to apply or withstand high thrust loads they can do so with minimum internal friction. They are made to close tolerances and are therefore suitable for use in situations in which high precision is necessary. The ball assembly acts as the nut while the threaded shaft is the screw.


  • D = 12 – 200 mm
  • pitch: 4 – 80 mm
  • Lmax: 7000 mm
  • accuracy class: P1 - T7

Trapezoidal Screws


What is a Trapezoidal screw?

The trapezoidal thread form is a common leadscrew thread profile that offers high strength with ease of manufacture. It is typically found where large loads or high accuracy are required, as in a vise or the lead screw of a lathe. Standardized variations include multiple-start threads, left-hand threads, and self-centering threads which are less likely to bind under lateral forces. The thread angle is 30°.

  • D= 10 – 80 mm
  • pitch: 2 – 24 mm
  • Lmax: 6000 mm
  • Thomson ballscrew

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