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Anti-Backlash Nut Block for 8mm Metric Acme Lead Screw

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SKU:
1055-Set
UPC:
819368021806
MPN:
1055
  • Anti-Backlash Nut Block for 8mm Metric Acme Lead Screw
  • Anti-Backlash Nut Block for 8mm Metric Acme Lead Screw
  • Anti-Backlash Nut Block for 8mm Metric Acme Lead Screw
  • Anti-Backlash Nut Block for 8mm Metric Acme Lead Screw
£7.17
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Description

This Anti-Backlash Nut Block for 8mm Lead Screw is a great choice for many build projects requiring lead screw linear motion where high precision and repeatability with zero play or slop is needed.

 

Product Features

  • Screw and nut for secure and precise backlash adjustment
  • Recesses screw holes for non obtrusive placement
  • Can be mounted on plates or V-Slot
  • Works best with OpenBuilds Lead Screw

 

What is Included

 

Product Specifications

  • Tr8*8(p2) Metric Acme Tap
  • Mounting Hole Spacing: 20mm
  • Pitch: 2mm
  • Lead: 8mm
  • Delrin
  • Color: Black

Assembly/Support/Documentation/3D Models

Easy follow along assembly video – top notch awesome community support – open source files and documentation and examples.

Support CAD Files

This design or build includes OpenBuilds®, LLC design work(s) shared Open Source under the CC BY-SA 4.0 License Terms and Conditions

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2 Reviews

  • 5
    10x better than the slightly cheaper ones...

    Posted by Jonathan on Mar 15th 2019

    Bought a few on Amazon to save a few bucks... not worth it... ended up ditching them and buying these after some came in a Linear Rail kit... Replaced all of the others with these, all of the rails move much more smoothly...

  • 4
    Anti backlash nut

    Posted by Ed on Jan 15th 2019

    Overall quality is great! Solid machined block , not injection molded. Accepts almost any type of lube, quiet operation. Downside, there super tight! One block of the pair I ordered is tighter than the other. They’re so tight my 2 amp nema 17 motors can turn the lead screw. I have tried a handful of different lubes and ran them back and fourth with a high speed drill. They’ve broke a bit but are still very tight. I drill them out today by 0.080” and they seem to be significantly better. Next step is try them again, fingers crossed it’s enough.

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