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Precision Ball Screws/Shaft Dia. 10/Lead 2/4/Cost Efficient Product [DIN69051 Compliant] (Part Numbers)

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Nut
Type
TypeAccuracy
Grade
Shaft Dia.LeadScrew ShaftNut
MaterialHardnessMaterialHardness
Standard NutC-BSSC5102, 4EN 1.1203 Equiv.Induction Hardened
58~62HRC
EN 1.7242 Equiv.Carburized
58~62HRC

Specifications

Part Number-L
C-BSS1002-200
Nut
Type
Accuracy
Grade
Part Number1mm IncrementYBall
Dia.
Ball
Center Dia.
Screw Root Dia.Number of CircuitsBasic Load RatingAxial
Clearance
Preload torque
N • cm
Twist
Direction
TypeScrew Shaft O.D.LeadLC (Dynamic) kNCo (Static) kN
Standard NutC5C-BSS1002100~315L-571.210.41(9.21)1 turn
3 rows
1.62.30.008 or Less0.5
or Less
Right
04150~380L-70210.68(8.68)2.34.11.0
or Less
kgf=Nx0.101972

Alterations

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Part Number
C-BSS1002-[100-315/1]
C-BSS1004-[150-380/1]
Part NumberVolume DiscountDays to Ship Lead
(mm)
Nut Structure Recirculating Method Basic Load Rating, Dynamic Rating
(N)
Basic Load Rating, Static Rating
(N)
Length (mm)

7 Days or more

2SingleEnd Cap Type16002300100 ~ 315

7 Days or more

4SingleEnd Cap Type23004100150 ~ 380

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Price list

Nut TypeAccuracy GradePart NumberUnit Price 1 ~ 4 pc(s).
L100~248L249~250L251~380
Standard NutC5C-BSS1002   
C-BSS1004   

More Information

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Basic Information

Cost Efficient Cost Efficient Type Precision Flange Shape Compact Flange
Accuracy Grade C5 Screw Shaft O.D.(φ) 10 Preload No Preload
Nut Type Standard Nuts Operating Condition Standard Twisting Direction Right
Axial Play 0.010 or Less Number of Circuits(Rows X Turns) 1×3 Material 1055 Carbon Steel
Screw Shaft Surface Treatment None Shaft End Dimension (Fixed, Configurable) Fixed Nut Size Standard

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Question: What is the allowable temperature range of your ballscrews?
Answer: The standard allowable temperature range is 0°C to 80°C.
Question: Can I buy the nut or shaft separately?
Answer: No, we do not offer the nut or shaft separately. The ball bearings inside the nut are sized to match each shaft to ensure proper clearance ranges.
Question: What grease is used for your Ball Screws?
Answer: The standard grease is Alvania Grease S2 made by Showa Shell Sekiyu K.K. It is an EP 2 lithium bearing grease.
Question: What is the recommended lubrication schedule?
Answer: As a rule of thumb, 100 km of linear travel is a good starting point for determining a lubrication schedule. The final schedule should be determined by the customer based on their specific appliation details (load, speed, temperature, contamination ,etc) and application experience.
Question: Do you offer food grade grease?
Answer: No, we do not offer food grade grease as a standard option for ball screws.
Question: What does the dynamic load rating mean?
Answer: The basic dynamic load rating (Ca) is used to calculate the service life of a ball screw in motion with its ball screw nut under an axial load. The basic dynamic load rating Ca means an axial load at which 90% of a group of identical ball screw units independently operating under the same conditions achieve a rated load of 10^6 revs (1 million revolutions) without causing flaking.
Question: Do you offer screws with right and left hand threads?
Answer: We do not offer right and left hand threads on the same shaft as standard. For large volumes, it may be a custom option. Please contact engineering with application details.
Question: What is the difference between pitch and lead?
Answer: The pitch is the distance between successive crests of the thread of a screw. The lead is the axial distance traveled by a screw in one turn.
Question: How does temperature increase affect the Ball Screw?
Answer: An increase in the screw shaft temperature of 1°C expands the shaft by 12μm per meter. For this reason, although the lead of the Ball Screw is machined to a very high degree of precision, the thermal deformation caused by a temperature increase may reduce positioning accuracy.

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