3000 Mm Linear Guides

Ball type linear slide rail has simple structure, low manufacturing cost and wide application.
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Product Details

CHTR linear guides strictly control the manufacturing precision, the slider is equipped with a steel ball retainer, and has interchangeability with other brand products.

CHTR linear guide with optimized lubrication circuit design, DF (45°-45°) combination of circular groove, four-row ball circulation design.

Mainly used in automated machinery, such as machine tools imported from Germany, bending machines, laser welding machines, etc.


Model

M

W

L

B

C

S

W1

W2

M1

F

TRS15A

24

52

56.8

41

26

M5

15

18.5

12.5

60

TRS15AS

24

52

40.1

41

-

M5

15

18.5

12.5

60

TRS20A

28

59

70.1

49

32

M6

20

19.5

15.5

60

TRS20AS

28

59

51

49

-

M6

20

19.5

15.5

60

TRS25A

33

73

83

60

35

M8

23

25

18

60

TRS25AS

33

73

59.5

60

-

M8

23

25

18

60

TRS30A

42

90

98.1

72

40

M10

28

31

23

80

TRS30AS

42

90

69.5

72

-

M10

28

31

23

80

TRS35A

48

100

108

82

50

M10

34

33

27.5

80

TRS35AS

48

100

75

82

-

M10

34

33

27.5

80



Data unit is mm

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Ball Bearing Slides

Also called "ball slides," ball bearing slides are the most common type of linear slide. Ball bearing slides offer smooth precision motion along a single-axis linear design, aided by ball bearings housed in the linear base, with self-lubrication properties that increase reliability. Ball bearing slide applications include delicate instrumentation, robotic assembly, cabinetry, high-end appliances and clean room environments, which primarily serve the manufacturing industry but also the furniture, electronics and construction industries. For example, a widely used ball bearing slide in the furniture industry is a ball bearing drawer slide.

Commonly constructed from materials such as aluminum, hardened cold rolled steel and galvanized steel, ball bearing slides consist of two linear rows of ball bearings contained by four rods and located on differing sides of the base, which support the carriage for smooth linear movement along the ball bearings. This low-friction linear movement can be powered by either a drive mechanism, inertia or by hand. Ball bearing slides tend to have a lower load capacity for their size compared to other linear slides because the balls are less resistant to wear and abrasions. In addition, ball bearing slides are limited by the need to fit into housing or drive systems.



A cast iron bearing can be used with a hardened steel shaft because the coefficient of friction is relatively low. The cast iron glazes over therefore wear becomes negligible.        


Rolling-element bearings are widely used in the industries today, and hence maintenance of these bearings becomes an important task for the maintenance professionals. The rolling-element bearings wear out easily due to metal-to-metal contact, which creates faults in the outer race, inner race and ball. It is also the most vulnerable component of a machine because it is often under high load and high running speed conditions. Regular diagnostics of rolling-element bearing faults is critical for industrial safety and operations of the machines along with reducing the maintenance costs or avoiding shutdown time. Among the outer race, inner race and ball, the outer race tends to be more vulnerable to faults and defects.

                            

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