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Quality Bearings & Components

Standard type metric Linear Guide Blocks from Quality Bearings & Components feature tapped screw holes and are offered in heavy and ultraheavy load types... Read more...

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Quality Bearings & Components

Standard duty 4-bolt flange mounting blocks that have a polyester housing, removable acetal bearing insert, with 316 stainless steel balls. Read more...

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NB Corporation of America

Now, optional BR grease seals are available on all of NB's SGL high load capacity slide guides as well as come SGLS stainless steel slide guides. These reverse seals make for near maintenance-free linear motion. Read more...

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NB Corporation of America

The NB Ball Screw Spline consists of a high accuracy, high rigidity Ball Screw nut and Ball Spline nut attached to the ball screw spline shaft which has a screw groove and spline grooves. SPBR type has a Rotary Ball Screw nut and Rotary Ball Spline nut. Read more...

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GGB

CHARACTERISTICS
•Suitable for use with oil lubrication
•High load capacity
•Good fatigue and wear resistance
•High mechanical strength
•Good friction
•Excellent machinability Read more...

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GGB

•Suitable for use with oil lubrication
•High load capacity
•Good fatigue and wear resistance
•High mechanical strength
•Good friction
•Excellent machinability Read more...

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GGB

GGB Bearing Technology, an EnPro Industries, Inc. (NYSE:NPO), is helping NASA’s Curiosity rover to explore the surface of the planet Mars. GGB manufactured DU® metal-polymer bearings are critical components in the drill that Curiosity is using to sample rocks in the Martian landscape in temperatures ranging from -54°C to +110°C (-65°F to +230°F). Read more...

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