June 21st, 2010 | Product News
Isotech, Inc. Partners with Graphicast to Offer Zinc Aluminum Alloy OE Parts Manufacturing and Prototyping The Graphicast casting process uses graphite molds to produce parts from ZA-12, a zinc-aluminum alloy which physical properties are stronger, harder, and more durable than aluminum, brass, bronze, or plastic. The use of graphite for the casting molds is less expensive than die casting or injection molding due to the lower cost of graphite. In addition, graphite offers exceptional machinability which shortens the mold-making process and overall production timelines.
June 19th, 2008 | Product News
Isotech today announced that the company is offering a full line of precision ground linear motion shafting, also referred to as slide shafts, designed to maximize bearing life, increase accuracy, and minimize noise of ball splines, slide and stroke bushings.
March 29th, 2006 | Product News
Isotech today announced the company is now offering a new line of ball splines designed to save space, lower design complexity and increase the efficiency of linear motion applications. "The new line of ball spline products is available in a wide variety of configurations," said Joe Casillo president of Isotech. "This range of options allows for use of our ball splines in a diverse range of linear motion applications."
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