Uhing® Rolling ring drives are friction drives which convert the constant rotary movement of a plain shaft into a traversing movement. They operate like nuts on a screw rod but have a pitch - either right-handed or left-handed - that can be precisely adjusted and can equal zero. This effect is achieved by using pivoted Uhing® rolling rings that are mounted on roller bearings and have a specially shaped running surface which is pressed against the rotating shaft. A roller lever capable of making contact with cams arranged along the stroke path makes it possible to implement even complicated patters of motion.
The main advantages of the Uhing® rolling ring principle are:
Uhing Drives Antarctic Research
Operating in one of the harshest environments on the planet, The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) has, for over 60 years, undertaken the majority of Britain’s scientific research on and around the Antarctic continent. A component of the Natural Environment Research Council, BAS supports three permanent research stations based in Antarctica, along with two stations on South Georgia and is at the forefront of research on “the frozen continent”, work that recognises that “the Polar Regions may be at the ends of the Earth but what happens there affects us all”....[read more]
Uhing Combines Rolling Ring technology with controller
On the Intec in Leipzig and on the Hannover Fair, Uhing showcases product studies on the innovations for the RG Rolling Ring Drive and the RS Linear Drive Nut....[read more]
Traversing system automatically ensures a cylindrical winding
To obtain a cylindrical winding in the particularly critical reversing area, Uhing has developed the AVS Traversing Width Controller that does not require any interference-prone optical sensors.
The traversing system used here is the well-known Uhing rolling ring drive featuring pneumatically controlled reversing triggered by a microcontroller.....[read more]
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