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IKO Interchangeable Miniature Linear Guides
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Last updated: 2018-12-24 01:24
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CHTR miniature LM guides enable high-precision linear motion under high load conditions and can withstand higher loads than bearings.

CHTR miniature linear guide has corrosion resistance, compact structure, high rigidity,high load capacity and interchangeable with IKO products.

CHTR Product

IKO Product

TRN Series

ML Series

TRW Series

MLF Series

CHTR 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

TRW7C

9

1.9

5.5

25

19

3

31.2

10

21

-

M3x3

1.8

20g

TRW7H

9

1.9

5.5

25

19

3

41

19

30.8

-

M3x3

1.8

29g

TRW9C

12

2.9

6

30

21

4.5

39.3

12

27.5

-

M3x3

2.4

40g

TRW9H

12

2.9

6

30

23

3.5

50.7

24

38.5

-

M3x3

2.4

57g

TRW12C

14

3

8

40

28

6

44

15

31

-

M3x3.5

3.2

76g

TRW12H

14

3

8

40

28

6

59

28

46.3

-

M3x3.5

3.2

111g

TRW15C

16

4

9

60

45

7.5

55

20

39

60

M4x4.5

3.2

140g

TRW15H

16

4

9

60

45

7.5

74.5

35

58.3

79

M4x4.5

3.2

204g



Data unit is mm





plain bearing, or more commonly sliding bearing and slide bearing (in railroading sometimes called a solid bearing or friction bearing, is the simplest type of bearing, comprising just a bearing surface and no rolling elements. Therefore, the journal (i.e., the part of the shaft in contact with the bearing) slides over the bearing surface. The simplest example of a plain bearing is a shaft rotating in a hole. A simple linear bearing can be a pair of flat surfaces designed to allow motion; e.g., a drawer and the slides it rests on[1] or the ways on the bed of a lathe.

Plain bearings, in general, are the least expensive type of bearing. They are also compact and lightweight, and they have a high load-carrying capacity.


Different bearing types have different operating speed limits. Speed is typically specified as maximum relative surface speeds, often specified ft/s or m/s. Rotational bearings typically describe performance in terms of the product 

Different bearing types have different operating speed limits. Speed is typically specified as maximum relative surface speeds, often specified ft/s or m/s. Rotational bearings typically describe performance in terms of the product DN where D is the mean diameter (often in mm) of the bearing and N is the rotation rate in revolutions per minute.

Generally there is considerable speed range overlap between bearing types. Plain bearings typically handle only lower speeds, rolling element bearings are faster, followed by fluid bearings and finally magnetic bearings which are limited ultimately by centripetal force overcoming material strength.


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