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How can you convert rotary to linear motion?

March 7, 2017

Lead screws are a common technology used to convert rotary motion into linear motion, and are often used to provide actuation to a set of linear bearings.

 In this tech talk from the igus® linear motion experts, discover differences between common types of lead screw technology, such as wear rate, explore a range of lead screw nut options, and more.

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