keyboard_arrow_up

Ball Screw Nut Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of ball screw nut manufacturers and suppliers. Find ball screw nut companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture ball screw nuts to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top ball screw nut manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the ball screw nut companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of lead screw ball nut, star ball screw nut, recirculating ball screw and nut drives of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Bethel, CT 800-245-5013

    Del-Tron Precision, Inc. produces and supplies various automated equipment, such as ball screw actuators. Our engineers have designed our ball screws to offer accuracy that is unparalelled by competitors. We are delighted to bring you a custom experience sure to impress and amaze. Call Del-Tron or visit our website to get in touch with our customer service reps today!

    Read Reviews
  • Bethel, CT 800-447-2042

    When it comes to ball screws, no one does them better! We offer same day shipping to ensure that your product will be sent to you as soon as possible in order to keep your business moving smoothly. We have the technical staff that has the capabilities and the know how to work with you to come up with a product that will fit your specific requirements. Call Tusk or visit our website today!

    Read Reviews
  • New Berlin, WI 800-298-2066

    For over 70 years, Dynatect has provided motion control solutions for a wide range of markets. Our ball screws are custom-engineered for both OEM and replacement applications. Not only can Dynatect manufacture new ball screw assemblies, we can also reverse engineer, optimize and repair ball screws from almost any manufacturer. All work is conducted in a modern ISO 9001:2015 certified facility, with experienced technicians, onsite engineering, and inspection/test equipment. Contact us today and we will find a solution that works perfectly for you.

    Read Reviews
  • Hicksville, NY 516-595-7495

    Isel has a variety of linear rails and bearings that are patented. We offer low cost and high performance linear motion. We also offer ball screws and patented anti-backlash ball nuts. Our linear motion components are manufactured and inspected exclusively in our own factory.

    Read Reviews
  • Middlebury, CT 800-243-6125

    PIC Design is an ISO 9001:2008 registered company. Our selection of B Style Precision Ball Screws in alloy or stainless steel should help satisfy any high load, high efficiency application. Our ball screws are available in 3/8, 1/2, or 0.631 inch diameters, and can be cut to your length specifications. Annealed ends can also be provided, and we can supply them with or without machined ends.

    Read Reviews
  • Otterville, ON 519-671-3911

    At Precision Spindle & Accessories, we build, replace, service, repair, rebuild, regrind, refurbish, recondition, remanufacture and retrofit machine tool components. Our ball screw facility builds, manufactures and services recirculating ball screw assemblies, special thread forms, gears and spline shafts. We place an emphasis on delivering the best products along with top-notch customer service.

    Read Reviews
  • Kirkwood, MO 800-467-6866

    Roton Products has been making lead screws and ball screws for almost 40 years. We have a huge inventory of lead screws and ball screws in stock, and most orders ship within 24 hours. We can handle your ball screw needs whether prototype, production or maintenance and repairs. Let our qualified team take care of your every need, they will be sure to meet all of your requirements. Call us today!

    Read Reviews
  • More Ball Screw Nut Companies

businessIndustry Information

Ball Screw Nut

A ball screw nut is an important component of ball screws, which are devices used to convert rotational motion into linear motion. The nut contains ball bearings that run in the helical grooves of the screw shaft that the nut is paired with.

Ball screw nuts change torque into thrust without rotating themselves. The ball bearings rotate instead and the nut housing remains radially static as it slides on the shaft. Ball screw nuts can be made from plastic or metal; the shaft of the ball screw is machined from steel. Frequently used with linear slides and linear actuators, ball screws provide smooth linear motion that can be precisely controlled. They use low amounts of energy when motorized and can be up to 90% efficient in their use of power. Important ball screw considerations include desired lifespan, operating environments temperature and humidity, required torque, output force, backlash and contamination. Ball screws and nuts are used by many industries including the aerospace, computer, electronic, automotive, medical and manufacturing industries. Precision ball screws are used for medical instruments; other applications for ball screws include material handling equipment, conveyors and machine tools, robotic lines, precision assembly equipment, semiconductor manufacturing and fly by wire aircraft and missile control among many others.

Ball screw assemblies are constructed from milled,  rolledor ground parts. Milling requires machines and tools that cut and remove material; rolling applies a series of dies to a metal blank to punch out the right shape. Ground ball screws are machined, hardened then ground for very accurate dimensions. Custom ball screws that require high levels of precision are ground. After the nut is fabricated, ball bearings are placed in the grooves between the nut and screw shaft. External ball return parts are added on the outside of the nut to circulate the balls through the nut. They are short curved tubes that provide a path for the balls that have reached the top of the nut to travel to the bottom and start the process again. Internal ball return systems or deflectors are also used. Ball screw nuts found in lead screws or acme screws are different because the nuts found in those screws do not actually house ball bearings. Instead, the threading of the nut and of the shaft directly interact and the two parts rotate together. Lubrication allows for smooth turning despite the high friction that occurs. Lead screws are simple to design and manufacture while offering high precision.



Ball Screw Nut
Ball Screw Nut
Ball Screw Nut - Universal Thread Grinding Company
Ball Screw Nut - Universal Thread Grinding Company



Ball Screw Nut Informational Video