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Product description

Brand:FBT

Manufacturing Process:Rolled Thread

Precision: C7 Grade

Material:GCr15 steel

Model:SFU1605

This item include:

1Pcs SFU1605 - L1000mm + 1Pcs Ball Nut

1Set BK12/BF12 End Support with locknuts and circlips

1Pcs DSG16H Nut housing

L1000mm is the overall length(Including end machining part)

With BK12/BF12 standard end machining

About End machining

This item ball screw has end machining
If you are no need to machining the end or need to according to your drawings end machining, please tell us before order, otherwise, we will make the standard machining work.
We can according to your drawing end machining

Custom lengths

We can cut any length that you want, and pls let us know for what length are suitable for you then we will check the total costs for you as soon as possible.

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