GN2410 Telescopic Dual Configeration Linear Motion Bearing Slides with full extension, Steel
These hardwearing telescope linear motion bearings consist of two linear motion bearings connected at the runners, and are ideal for handling or automation applications or in jigmaking for straight line traversal distances if large strokes with low construction height of the rail are required. The rails and the runners are equal in length. Both runners can be extracted such that a stroke is reached which is longer than the rail base length l1. Removing the support screws from the rails allows a stroke of the runners on both sides.
The advantage of this dual configuration is that both the radial and the axial load capacities are identical and it has been shown to be less susceptible to dirt in practical use.
Limiting the maximum stroke should be ensured by external elements; the supports of the rail have been designed to guard against the inadvertent extraction of the runners.
Rail / Runner - Heat-treatable steel, zinc plated, blue passivated.
Raceways - hardened.
Balls - Anti-friction bearing steel, hardened.
Ball cage - Steel, zinc plated.
Rail connection - Screw, steel, zinc plated.
Other lengths (based on the standard lengths grid dimension of 80 mm), and special lengths (other bore, start and end distances)