The maximum thrust load - including shock - that can be applied to the nut without damaging the assembly.
A load that tends to "stretch" the screw.
A load that tends to "squeeze" the screw.
A load that tends to rotate the nut radially around the longitudinal axis of the screw.
A load that is applied radially to the nut.
CAUTION: Although a side load will not prevent the lead screw from operating, the nut is not designed to operate with a side load, such as those generated from pulleys, drive belts, misalignment, etc.
A load parallel to and concentric with the axis of the screw.