A rigid rectangular spindle nut does not require a housing and can be mounted directly on the machine body.
This results in a compact, very stable linear control system.
The spline shaft has three pairs of precision machined bearing tracks, 120º apart.
The ball lines are held in place and circulate through a ball holder inside the bushing.
This also holds the balls in place if the bushing should be pulled off the shaft.
|Dynamic load||4,4 kN|
|Static load||8,4 kN|