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(SPONSORED CONTENT)Selecting and Sizing Electromechanical Screw Jacks to Replace Hydraulic Lifting Systems
There is a widespread push in North America to replace hydraulic lifting systems with electromechanical systems. This trend has been going on for many years in Europe and is now really taking hold in North America. Many engineers are now tasked with the job of eliminating environmentally unfriendly hydraulic oil with systems that are purely electromechanical. When making this changeover, a number of important factors need to be considered to make sure the new design will work properly, efficiently, and reliably over the life of the system. This webinar will walk you through the critical engineering factors that need to be considered and then will create a multi-jack lifting system complete with the performance data, 3D drawings and bills of materials. Webinar Courtesy of DieQua
DieQua offers complete screw jack system design assistance, taking the guess work out of product selection. Our years of application experience assures that all elements of the design process are considered. We also offer full assembly drawings, which provides time-saving value, and guarantees that the correct system components are integrated. White Papers Courtesy of Diequa
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Even for a toddlin town famous for making âœno small plansâ â” such as, for example, reversing in 1900 the Chicago River to secure clean drinking water, or rebuilding itself seemingly overnight after the devastating âœGreat Chicago Fireâ (1871) â” to physically â” and successfully â” elevate itself as much as 14 feet above its original ground level defies not only description but credulity.
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A reader asks for clarification on last issue's Ask the Expert column about ball screw sizing.
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The ball screw drive is an assembly that converts rotary motion to linear motion and vice versa. The ball screw drive consists of a ball screw and a ball nut with recirculating ball bearings...