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Linear Guideway Bearing

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Link Balls

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Rod End

A rod end bearing is a common type of mechanical joint used on the ends of control rods.

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Linear Guideway Bearing

  • Number Of Rows:Other
  • Product Type:Mechanical
  • Height:Varies Centimeter (cm)
  • Weight:Varies Grams (g)
  • Length:Varies Centimeter (cm)
  • Seals Type:Varies
  • Limiting Speed:Varies m/s
  • Bore Size:Varies
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Spherical Plain Bearing

A spherical plain bearing is a bearing that permits angular rotation about a central point in two orthogonal directions (usually within a specified angular limit based on the bearing geometry). Typically these bearings support a rotating shaft in the bore of the inner ring that must move not only rotationally, but also at an angle.

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Caged ball Lm Guide

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Guide ball bushing

The mark of linear motion

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LM Case unit

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Lm shaft and support

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LM Stroke

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Miniature stroke

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Die-setting ball cage

The mark of linear motion

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Precision linear pack

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Cross roller guide

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Cross roller table

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precision ball screw

The mark of linear motion

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precision rotary ball screw

The mark of linear motion

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rolled ball screw

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Lead screw nut

The mark of linear motion

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Cross-Roller Ring

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Cam follower

The mark of linear motion

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Roller Follower

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