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MGN Interchangeable Linear Guides

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TRN series mini linear guide ways are standard type with rail width 7mm to 15mm.

TRN series miniature LM guideways are small in size, light in weight, precise in positioning, low in noise, smooth in operation, simple to install.

TRN series miniature LM guideways are with Steel ball retainer,multi-brand interchangeability.

TRN miniature linear guideways are mainly used in Precision measuring equipment, office automation equipment, and other small linear motion equipment.


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





The design of a plain bearing depends on the type of motion the bearing must provide. The three types of motions possible are:

  • Journal (frictionradial or rotarybearing: This is the most common type of plain bearing; it is simply a shaft rotating in a bearing.[1] In locomotive and railroad carapplications a journal bearing specifically referred to the plain bearing once used at the ends of the axles of railroad wheel sets, enclosed by journal boxes(axleboxes).[3][4] Axlebox bearings today are no longer plain bearings but rather are rolling-element bearings.[5]

  • Linear bearing: This bearing provides linear motion; it may take the form of a circular bearing and shaft or any other two mating surfaces (e.g., a slide plate).[1]

  • Thrust bearing: A thrust bearing provides a bearing surface for forces acting axial to the shaft.[1] One example is a propeller shaft.


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