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Select the Right Bearing by Understanding Axial...
One of the more difficult aspects of evaluating and specifying linear motion products is figuring out the difference between axial and radial load ratings. Because axial load ratings are typically much lower than radial load ratings, it’s important to understand the characteristics of both types of loads so you can compare the ratings with confidence.
Explore Our Belt-Driven Linear Actuator for Dirty...
When you need a belt-driven actuator for automated linear motion, there’s a good chance you intend to use it in an aggressive working environment. If that’s the case, keeping chips and other debris out of your actuator will be your first concern as you specify your unit. After all, particle contamination can affect your actuator’s performance — or cause it to fail altogether.
Crash Resistance Strategies for Linear Motion Systems
In medium-precision applications, the right precision bearing can solve the greatest threats to a linear motion system’s lifetime.
Managing Misalignment in Linear Motion Systems: How...
When design engineers evaluate linear bearings for their automated, assembly-oriented machines with medium- precision positioning accuracy requirements, they always ask about performance attributes such as speed, load capacity and lifecycle. Then, they want to know the price. It’s rare, however, that they ask about the bearing’s sensitivity to misalignment. And that’s a big mistake, because misalignment represents one of the leading causes of premature linear bearing wear and failure.