Self reversing screws : Linear Products : ABSSAC Power Transmission The self-reversing screw product does not require the driven screw to change its direction of rotation to enable the nut to return to its original start position. The reciprocated bi-directional movement is achieved by using a follower blade in the nut, that is matched to the particular groove width and screw turn round on the screw. (Our self reversing screws, do not utilise ball bearings in their linear travel). There is not a standard range of this screw type as all designs are manufactured to meet the customer's individual specification. Typically, the self reversing lead screws take about 5 - 7 weeks to be manufactured. They can be created in just about any mild steel, stainless steel, bronze or Aluminium. The best way forward to specify this product is to supply us with the following information in the form below. We will assist in all the calculations and requests for data. Abssac Self Reversing Screw by Abssac
Springs Machined : Specialist Products : ABSSAC Power Transmission Machined springs available from Abssac Limited are a formidable package and for those engineers familiar with the traditional wound spring format we are offering a new way of looking at both performance and attachment. As the name suggests, we supply a spring that is machined from one peice of material. The most demanding extension, compression, torsion, and lateral bending and translation spring applications can benefit from machined springs because of their superior function and inherent versatility. Ask yourself....Do you know what a machined spring is ? Whilst we all agree that traditional wire wound springs have numerous bonifide applications, the very nature of how they are manufactured can limit their reliability and performance in the more demanding or high duty cycle spring applications. Time and time again we have reduced the burden overhead within mechanical systems with the machined spring product. So why use machined Compression or Extension springs.? hover to read more
THE STARTUP GENOME PROJECT DISCOVERS THE 'DNA' OF SUCCESSFUL TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP If you spend much time with Web entrepreneurs or investors these days, it quickly becomes clear that "pivot" is the hottest term in Silicon Valley. It signifies a young company's shifting of focus, and everyone has an opinion about whether it's something start-ups should be doing or not. The answer, it seems, is yes. And as long as it's done at the right pace, it can even be an extremely lucrative and important step. In fact, young Web outfits that pivot once or twice can raise two-and-a-half times as much money, see 3.6 times the user growth, and are half as likely to scale too soon than start-ups that either never pivot or that do so more than twice. That was one of the major conclusions of the initial report of the Startup Genome project, an initiative put together by a group of Silicon Valley investors that aims to identify the DNA of successful Internet start-ups and the teams and investors that build them. The report says, The Major Conclusions Here are some other major conclusions:
Achat 90% des Agrinautes utilisent les services de petites annonces agricoles en ligne (enquête 2008/09 NTIC Agri Conseil, IDDEM), une forte progression d’une année sur l’autre. Sans être éditeur de presse, Agriaffaires, pionnier, rescapé de l’éclatement de la bulle internet, avait fait le choix d’un service spécialisé. Depuis il est devenu le leader incontesté de la branche (plus de 1 700 000 visites mensuelles et plus de 20 pages par visite d’après l’OJD). Après Terre-net, qui l’année dernière avait individualisé son service en lançant Terre-net occasions, Pleinchamp avec annonces-pleinchamp. et la France Agricole avec AgricultureAnnonces font de même. Il est difficile de se faire une idée du trafic des uns par rapport aux autres (seuls Agriaffaires, Le MAG avec 87 000 visites et Matériel Agricole avec 60 000 visites, sont à l’OJD). La course à l’audience amène les sites à innover, à se distinguer. Autant de facilités avec lesquelles la presse papier ne joue pas à jeu égal.