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Video: Deep Groove Radial Ball Bearings

Posted By: Nancy Cogliandro, Marketing Director, PKB (Nancy, pacamor at msn dot com)   12/10/2007

 

We thought you might enjoy seeing how ball bearings are manufactured. This video from The Discovery Channel's popular show "How It's Made" shows a typical automated factory for high volume orders of Deep Groove Ball Bearings.

The factory in this video is not the PKB factory but is a general representation of the manufacturing process for miniature and instrument ball bearings. Although the manufacturing processes demonstrated in this video are highly automated, all Pacamor Kubar Bearings (PKB) products are hand built one at a time to ensure the highest quality and workmanship.

Enjoy the video. How It's Made - Ball Bearings

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eGyoMuE4gDQ

 

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Posted by: sheetal, ball bearing (sheetalsagar6@gmail.com), 2012-08-25 00:05:04

Ball bearing is a type of rolling element bearing that uses balls to maintain the separation between the bearing race. this is blog is informative.

 

 

Posted by: rob, owner, www.dentalhandpieces.com (robddstn@yahoo.com), 2011-11-26 08:49:01

One very important point in selecting bearings (radial vs. angular contact) is that some handpieces will not work with angular contact bearings. Take the Midwest RDH for example. The nosecone bearing in the Midwest RDH must be radial contact, or the entire assembly will slip. We learned this one the hard way. While angular contact bearings are very good for some applications, they simply won't work for many requiring the bearing to be clipped into place as part of an assembly. Hope this helps

 

 

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Thanks, nice post. Keep up the good work

 

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