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Thank you to all the Veterans !!!!

Friday, May 25th, 2012

Thank a Veteran !!!

It’s because of a Veteran that we can spend time with our families, and have the free spirit to take picnics, and have the ability to have the extravagances to grill out…

THANK A VETERAN !!!

We, at Bearings Incorporated, want to wish you a safe and happy holiday weekend.

How Bearings Are made

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

BEARINGS, HOW THEY ARE MADE
I saw this video this morning and thought it would a good way to start the new year of 2012.  It was interesting to watch, and very informative.

Hope you enjoy it.

Timken Extra-Precision Bearings Part 2 of 4

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

BALL BEARING TYPES

Non-Filling Slot Type

M-K and MM-K type ball bearings are designed to carry radial, axial or combined loading. Because of the fully shouldered inner and outer races, these bearings can carry axial load in both directions and have relatively high-speed capability.

Annular Contact Type

2M-WI and 2MM-WI types, with 12° contact angles, maximum complement of balls, and one-piece inner ring-piloted retainers are designed to meet the needs of machine builders for extra-precision bearings which will operate with minimum temperature rise for a wide range of speeds and operating loads. In order for machines to produce more accurate work at a higher production rate, the bearings must provide a high degree of rigidity in both axial and radial directions. For example, on precision turning machines, cutting tools impose heavier loads on bearings than those en­countered in precision grinding. In the former, speeds are slower and loads heavier than in the latter, where speeds are high and loads light. 2M-WI and 2MM-WI types give machine builders the flexibility required to meet such variations in application requirements.

3M-WI and 3MM-WI types, manufactured with 25° contact angles, maximum complement of balls, and one-piece inner ring pilot retainers are designed primarily for use on applications where the loading on the bear­ings is predominately thrust and a high degree of axial rigidity is a definite requirement, or when a closer balance between the axial and radial bearing spring constants is required. Typical applications for these bearings are large, vertical, rotary-surface-grinders, horizontal and vertical disc-grinders, heavy-duty lathes, boring machines and milling machines.

2MM-WO types, with 18° contact angles, are de­signed for extremely high-speed applications where the centrifugal force of the balls must be considered. Unlike the MM-WI type which has counterbored outer rings and inner ring land piloted retainers, the 2MM-WO type has full shoulders on both sides of the outer race and a low land on one side of the inner ring. This design permits assembly of a maximum complement of balls and a one-piece channeled retainer piloting on the pre­cision ground lands of the outer ring.

Ball Screw Support Bearings

To meet the requirements of the highly sophisti­cated numerically controlled machinery field, The Fafnir Bearing Company has developed a new family of ball bearings especially designed for ball screw applications. The design criteria for these bearings are maximum axial rigidity, low drag torque and extreme control of lateral eccentricities. These bearings have been used successfully on all types of tape controlled machinery, precision instruments, missiles, and slide actuators or in-feed mechanisms used on standard machine tools.

Happy 4th of July !!!!!

Monday, July 4th, 2011

  

WE WANT TO WISH YOU ALL A WONDERFUL,

AND SAFE HOLIDAY WEEKEND.

 

 

 

REMEMBER TO THANK A SERVICE MAN/WOMAN FOR THEIR SACRAFICES FOR OUR FREEDOM !

Happy Father Day to all !!!

Sunday, June 19th, 2011

 

 

We, at Bearings Incorporated, want to wish you all a wonderful Fathers day, and for those who’s fathers have passed, remember the happy memories!!

Wish you a happy Memorial Day weekend!

Friday, May 27th, 2011

We at Bearings Incorporated would like to wish you and yours a wonderful Memorial day weekend!

Remember the real reason for the holiday….

I WILL BE BACK !!!!

Sunday, May 8th, 2011

I promise I will be back in the saddle VERY soon.  I have come to the conclusion that my decline in excitement with the website, and blog; is only creating success for the scammers.  They will NOT prevail !!!  

Wishing all a wonderful Mother’s Day weekend, and hope you’re enjoying yourself with your family!

The current plans are to restart my 2x week bloggings this week!

Keep watch for my comeback, and thank you for your patience!