Lead Screws International, Inc.
Design, Manufacture & Repair of All types of Ballscrews, Leadscrews, Acme Screws & Rolled Thread

Lead Screws International designs and manufactures precision ground and rolled thread ballscrew assemblies as well as Acme screw and nut assemblies. In addition, they can rebuild or repair your damaged ballscrew assemblies as needed.

LSI can manufacture a wide variety of ball nut designs including: tube type units, internal nut design units, and the button, or transistor style units manufactured for some of the European and Asian machines.

Their precision ground ballscrews range in size from .500" diameter to 6.00" diameter with virtually unlimited lengths. You are not "locked in" to a few ball screw and nut designs in a catalog. LSI will build your assemblies to your exact specifications. In order to give their customers as many choices as possible, they also work extensively with many exotic materials, such as Moglice polymers. Their engineers will be happy to work with you on design to correct any problems you may be experiencing.

The quality of LSI products, be it an acme screw or rolled thread ballscrew or a precision ground ballscrew, is excellent and their delivery time on custom orders is typically six to eight weeks, or less. You will save money and time with their quality work and fair pricing policies.

LSI's sole manufacturing facility is located in Traverse City, Michigan. Their "network" is comprised of this facility and Manufacturer's Sales Representatives located throughout North America and China. In order to supply you with pricing and delivery time, they will need your drawings, blueprints, or sample pieces.

Call LSI today at (800) 678-0726, email them, or contact your local sales representative for additional information or answers to your specific questions.

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