The structure of the linear slide rail is very practical

- Feb 13, 2020-

The structure of the linear slide rail is very practical

A small linear slide rail directly affects the drawer rails. There is no smoothness, the thrust and pull force of the linear slide rails, and what is the load. Will it tip over? According to the current technology, the bottom drawer slide is better than the side slide, and the drawer connection is better than the three-point connection.

 

       Most of the sensor doors we encounter in supermarkets and shopping malls are made of aluminum alloy and cold rolled rails. Its structure is sturdy and durable, and the aluminum alloy track has low noise. When choosing, we also need to pay attention to the thickness of the track. If the doors and windows are small and light, then choose a smaller track; assuming the weight of the doors and windows is high, you should choose thicker rails to ensure safety and durability.

 

       The key to a good slide rail is not the material, but the smoothness of the contact surface between the track and the pulley? When some companies choose aluminum alloy tracks, they pay too much attention to its coating. They think that the darker the coating, the better. This is a wrong idea. Assuming that the coating is unreasonable, it is easier to damage the surface finish of the track. Therefore, when choosing a linear slide, the first thing to look at is whether the pulley is smooth, easy, and whether the noise is low when the slide is pulled.

 

       Drawer-type linear slide rails are used in our daily life, but they are a common building material. They are suitable for various cabinets such as wardrobes, TV cabinets, bedside tables, wine cabinets, cabinets, etc. Convenience. However, if the drawer-type linear slide is incorrectly installed during operation, it will cause a lot of inconvenience to the future use, and the overall experience will be different. Therefore, we still need to continuously improve and summarize our experience so that we can go further in the future.