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What does SLFLKG stand for?

SLFLKG stands for Self-Locking

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Gear beads, motors, encoders and controllers from Maxon's standard program are used to drive the spindles, which are available in a metric M6 spindle with a self-locking function or a 5-millimeter ball screw with no self-locking feature.
The series features a self-locking hardened steel drive train for smooth operation, mechanical end of travel stops, and patented clutch-free manual override for single-handed positioning of the actuator in any situation.
It's the Abarth 500 R3T and it's got 180bhp, a sequential six-speed gearbox and some other very impressive sounding techy bits, like a self-locking differential and twindisc clutch.
An RSPCA spokesman said the animal could have spent 10 to 14 days trapped in the self-locking snare which got tighter as the badger tried to struggle free and is illegal under the 1954 Pests Act.
Self-locking motorized screw jacks raise the hood and conveyor clear of the pan for complete cleaning access.