Light duty slides from automotion components offering a economical solution for your linear guide requirements when high precision and load capacity is not a requirement.
As specialists in linear motion systems we offer you a choice of materials and sizes. So whether you need lightweight aluminium rails for use in aviation applications or stainless steel components for when exposure to water or corrosive chemicals is a factor, our knowledgable technical engineers are always on hand to provide assistance.
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Low profile steel sliders for T rail (master). Select the size and quantity to suit the required load.
Steel sliders for T-Rail (master). Rollers with metal seals (2Z). Select the size and quantity required.
Zinc-plated T Rail (master). Used with sliders above. Select the correct rail for required load ratings.
Solid steel sliders for U Rail (slave). Select the size and quantity to suit the required load.
Fixing screws for X Rails. Iso 7380 hex socket oval head and Torx screws available. (both zinc plated).
Galvanized steel fully telescopic drawer slides. Friction locked in closed position. Fix rail with M4 countersunk screws. loads up to 40kg per pair.
Galvanized steel soft-close drawer slides, loads up to 30Kg per pair. Soft close over last 50mm. For smooth full retraction to closed position.
Fully Telescopic drawer slides, loads up to 35kg per pair. Made from zinc-plated steel.
We are entering the next phase of our relocation to a larger factory in Chichester, West Sussex. The next few weeks will see products start to be moved from our current site in Cranleigh, Surrey to the new warehouse.
There are thousands of parts to be relocated and whilst we are doing our best to ensure a smooth transition, this may cause slight delays to some shipments.
We expect to be have all parts relocated and full production capability for our new 35,000ft² facility running by mid-March. Thank you for your understanding.Continue to Website