Month: June 2016

What are Linear Motion Bearings?

Blog | June 27th, 2016

In expending a big chunk of our written resources, we’ve faithfully described a number of radial bearings, but we’re changing direction today, all so we can bring our audience linear motion bearings, a form that favours unidirectional vectors. We see the frictionless product running along specially shaped rails and guides, but what exactly is anti-friction […]

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Bearing Inserts and How Do They Work?

Blog | June 8th, 2016

Designed as specialized fittings, bearings that are easy to insert, bearing inserts are still readily identifiable as standard radial bearings. Yes, they are undoubtedly related to each other, except the insertion variant doesn’t work on quite the same mounting principle. Instead, a locking collar secures the inner race to its accompanying shaft. Indeed, while common […]

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