Questions about how to operate the worm screw lift?

How does the worm gear screw lift operate? -The worm gear screw lifter is a motion combination unit that skillfully combines the worm gear reducer and the screw nut pair.It can not only be used alone, but also can be quickly combined through joints like building blocks to realize the lifting, reciprocating, turning and other movements of objects.It has many advantages such as compact structure, small size, light weight, wide power source, no noise, convenient installation, flexible use, multiple functions, multiple matching forms, high reliability and long service life.It can be used alone or in combination, and can accurately control and adjust the height of lifting or propulsion according to a certain program. It can be directly driven by a motor or other power, or manually.It has different structural forms and assembly forms, and the lifting height can be customized according to user requirements.

How does the worm gear screw lift operate? -When the friction coefficient of the worm gear is 0.8, the lead angle of the worm is less than 4°38′39″, that is, it is self-locking, otherwise it is not self-locking. When the lead angle of the worm is less than the equivalent friction angle between the meshing gear teeth , the organization is self-locking and can achieve reverse self-locking, that is, only the worm can move the worm wheel, but the worm cannot be moved by the worm wheel. For example, the self-locking worm organization used in its heavy machinery has reverse self-locking Can play a safety maintenance effect.

How does the worm gear screw lift operate? -The worm gear screw lift can be used in almost any place where mechanical displacement transmission is required.Vehicle lifting frames, large flexible clamping, indexing tooling, welding robots, etc. in the railway vehicle industry; lifting devices in the construction industry, automatic or remote control opening devices for large doors and windows; gate opening devices, radar and solar remote sensing for water conservancy and other industries equipment; medical equipment, lifting stage and lifting equipment for automobile manufacturing; and transmission equipment for aerospace, defense and military, etc.