Floating bearings in linear drive systems In linear motion systems where two shafts or guide rails are used in parallel, we recommend installing a floating linear bearing on one side. Whether it is installed horizontally, vertically or laterally, the rational structure of this fixed bearing plus floating bearing is suitable for every direction. This installation method can avoid the stuck phenomenon caused by the parallelism deviation of the two shafts or guide rails. This is achieved by a floating bearing moving a certain range of directions that may produce parallelism deviations.
When installing, you must ensure that the floating bearings have similar angles in the same two directions. The contact surface between the shaft or rail and the bearing must be sufficiently flat to avoid stress concentration. Small areas where installation is not smooth can be automatically adjusted by floating bearings.
● The maximum ratio is 2: 1
Linear drive system-eccentric force