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  • Bearing Interference Fit
    When a ball bearing is used, it is not used alone. It is likely to be used on a shaft or in a housing bore by an Interference Fit. The Interference Fit is described as a value of tightness between the shaft and bearing bore or the housing bore and bearing outside diameter.
  • Low Cost Automation Tutorial: Bearing Mounting/Retaining Method
    A bearing (rolling ball bearing type) needs to be retained in three directions, radial, axial, and circumferential in relation to it's housing and a shaft. The radial and circumferential direction retention is mainly based on a concern on fit tolerance selection...
  • Radial Bearings
    bearings are the most widely used ball bearings. In addition to radial loads, they carry substantial thrust loads at high speeds, in either direction. They require careful alignment between shaft and housing. The ball complement of a deep-groove bearing is limited to the number of balls that can
  • Segmented bearings overcome limitations in conventional geometry
    -bushing bearing. Each segment consists of a plastic retainer and lid that holds and retains the plate and balls. Subsequently, the segments are joined to create a complete bearing. Two extruded members provide smooth relative motion, low drag, and minimal deflection without significantly modifying
  • Throwing it in reverse with rolling-ring bearings
    race. As the shaft turns, the inner rotating core absorbs friction as the bearings turn on balls in the raceway. When mounted on a shaft, rolling-ring bearings touch the shaft only at the apex of the central ridge on a bearing's inner race. There is clearance between the shaft and bearing on either
  • The X's and O's of Linear Guides
    Here's how bearing construction affects moment and load capacity. Linear guides house recirculating-ball or roller bearings in a runner block mounted on a profiled rail. Some linear guides have multipart seals to keep lubrication in and contaminants out. X-style rolling elements inside the bearing
  • Segmented bearings increase design flexibility and shorten cycle times
    just to replace an inexpensive bearing. The features in segmented bearings overcome these hurdles. The bearings have a ball retainer assembled from several self-contained ball-retainer segments. Each segment includes at least one ball track with a load-bearing portion and a return portion
  • MAXAM Custom-Engineered Bearings
    The custom-engineered MAXAM® bearing from McNeil Industries is designed to replace plane, roller, ball and tapered bearings, which fail because of load, impact, shock, contamination, hostile environments and difficulty of lubrication. MAXAM components are designed to fit existing housing

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