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  • Machine Screw Jack vs. Ball Screw Jack
    Engineers and designers frequently use screw jacks in the design of lifting and positioning equipment. They know that mechanical jacks offer reliable lifting and holding options that can be easily incorporated into their systems. Once loads, duty cycles, and travel speeds are established, engineers
  • Troubleshooting A Screw Jack Problem
    Screw jacks are just one member of the linear motion family, more suitable for relatively low duty cycles. A customer had a noise and wear problem we had to trouble shoot. It highlighted what not to do.
  • Understanding the 3 Types of Machine Screw Jack Designs
    Screw jacks that are properly selected and maintained will reliably lift, position, support or hold industrial loads for years. Incorporating them into mechanized applications is a fairly simple matter once jack designs are understood.

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