Linear Motion Guides

Linear Motion Guides

DryLin N Low-Profile Linear Guides from Igus Squeeze into the Tightest Space Restrictions

EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. - April 27, 2007 - DryLin® N low-profile linear guide systems from igus® Inc. are simple and easy to install. DryLin N is extremely flat with a small mounting height and width for tight space restrictions. Plastic gliding elements run in an anodized aluminum rail, which enables oil-free, maintenance-free operation. Because it is entirely self-lubricating, DryLin N is...

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Linear Guideways incorporate recirculation system.
Linear Motion Guides

Linear Guideways incorporate recirculation system.

Combining lube-retaining end caps and sealed bearing blocks, Linear Guideways feature minimized friction for quiet operation. End seals, available with optional double seals and scrapers, offer added protection from contamination. Series ATH is designed for heaviest loads, while Series ATE offers interchangeable block and is suited for precision measuring equipment. Series ATM combines miniature...

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Linear Guide Systems offer flexible configurations.
Linear Motion Guides

Linear Guide Systems offer flexible configurations.

DryLin® W linear guide systems, comprised of linear bearings and slides with plastic glide elements, are self-lubricating, maintenance-free, and contaminant-resistant. With overall height of 14 mm, products are available as combination of 2 supported round shafts in one profile, in split rail configuration, or with square rails. Slides, comprised of 2 or 4 gliding carriages, are made of...

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Self-Lubricating Slide Guides resist contamination.
Linear Motion Guides

Self-Lubricating Slide Guides resist contamination.

Constructed with 45° rail geometry, inert Self Lubricating Slide Guides have no ball or roller bearings, enabling units to withstand washdown, dusty and dirty environments, and corrosive chemicals. Teflon® pads bonded to inside of carriage minimize friction while providing sliding linear motion. Offered in Â-¾, 1, and 1¼ in. wide rails sizes, products handle dynamic loads...

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Linear Guide System has plastic glide elements.
Linear Motion Guides

Linear Guide System has plastic glide elements.

DryLin® W, available in multiple rail configurations, is self-lubricating, maintenance-free, and contaminant-resistant. Measuring only 14 mm high, it is available as combination of 2 supported round shafts in one profile or in split-rail configuration. Slides, comprised of 2 or 4 gliding carriages, are made of pressure die-cast zinc; spacing can be pre-selected at 100, 150, or 200 mm....

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Linear Guides come in lengths up to 12 ft.
Linear Motion Guides

Linear Guides come in lengths up to 12 ft.

Mini-Rail® miniature linear guides provide smooth and quiet linear motion. Self-lubricating design requires no sealing, emits no particulates, and tolerates high temperature extremes. Frelon® liner embeds particulates and wipes away grime, allowing guides to tolerate harsh environmental conditions in steel processing, textiles, and automotive applications. Sizes include 7, 9, 12, 15,...

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Ball Rail System shortens cycle times.
Linear Motion Guides

Ball Rail System shortens cycle times.

Generation 2 Ball Rail® System, with integrated lubrication system, uses foam insert inside runner block to release lubrication to balls over time. Optional ball chain technology enables travels speeds up to 10 m/sec, and provides noise reductions up to 6 dBA. Runner block offers improved sealing for use in harsh environments.

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Gorbel Introduces New Mobile Fall Protection Unit
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Gorbel Introduces New Mobile Fall Protection Unit

Providing adequate fall protection is always a critical consideration and one that in many cases can be difficult to ensure. The new Mobile Fall Protection Unit is designed to facilitate positive fall protection in applications that would typically be difficult or impossible to provide with standard methods. To learn all about the advantages and convenience, see our video.

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