7 Mm Linear Guides

The TRN7C/TRN7H mini LM guide is the smallest linear guide we can produce.
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Product Details

TRN7C miniature guide rail is 7mm wide, standard length block.

TRN7H miniature guide rail is 7mm wide, extended block.

The TRN7C/TRN7H miniature linear guide has corrosion resistance, compact structure, high rigidity,high load capacity and interchangeable with IKO and HIWIN products.

The TRN7C/TRN7H mini linear guideways are mainly used in medical equipment, electronic equipment and linear motors.

Model

H

H1

N

W1

W2

W3

L1

L2

L3

L4

Mxd

H3

Weight

TRN7C

8

1.5

5

17

12

2.5

23.5

8

14.3

-

M2x2.5

1.5

10g

TRN7H

8

1.5

5

17

12

2.5

31

12

21.6

-

M2x2.5

1.5

14g

TRN9C

10

2

5.5

20

15

2.5

30

10

20.8

-

M3x3

2.2

19g

TRN9H

10

2

5.5

20

15

2.5

40.5

15

30.9

-

M3x3

2.2

28g

TRN12C

13

3

7.5

27

20

3.5

34

15

21.6

-

M3x3.5

2.7

35g

TRN12H

13

3

7.5

27

20

3.5

44

20

32

-

M3x3.5

2.7

52g

TRN15C

16

4

8.5

32

25

3.5

42

20

27.8

-

M3x4

3.1

64g

TRN15H

16

4

8.5

32

25

3.5

57

25

42.7

62

M3x4

3.1

95g


Data unit is mm

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bushing, also known as a bush, is an independent plain bearing that is inserted into a housing to provide a bearing surface for rotary applications; this is the most common form of a plain bearing.[8] Common designs include solid (sleeve and flanged), split, and clenched bushings. A sleeve, split, or clenched bushing is only a "sleeve" of material with an inner diameter (ID), outer diameter (OD), and length. The difference between the three types is that a solid sleeved bushing is solid all the way around, a split bushing has a cut along its length, and a clenched bearing is similar to a split bushing but with a clench (or clinch) across the cut connecting the parts. A flanged bushing is a sleeve bushing with a flange at one end extending radially outward from the OD. The flange is used to positively locate the bushing when it is installed or to provide a thrust bearing surface.[9]

Sleeve bearings of inch dimensions are almost exclusively dimensioned using the SAE numbering system. The numbering system uses the format -XXYY-ZZ, where XX is the ID in sixteenths of an inch, YY is the OD in sixteenths of an inch, and ZZ is the length in eighths of an inch.[10] Metric sizes also exist.

A linear bushing is not usually pressed into a housing, but rather secured with a radial feature. Two such examples include two retaining rings, or a ring that is molded onto the OD of the bushing that matches with a groove in the housing. This is usually a more durable way to retain the bushing, because the forces acting on the bushing could press it out.

The thrust form of a bushing is conventionally called a thrust washer.


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