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T-Series Linear Guides

T-Series Linear Guides

Thomson's T-Series is a lightweight, flexible and forgiving alternative to all-steel profile rails. This high quality product is made from aircraft aluminum alloy with hardened steel load bearing plates and ball paths and is an ideal choice for applications requiring reduced weight inertia.  This aluminum guidance system uses hardened steel inserts in carriages and rails to provide a low-weight solution for critical, high performance applications.

Overview

T-Series Specifications:

Carriage
Type/Size
(mm)
Standard High Narrow Narrow High Standard
20 X X X X
25 X X X
35 X X X
Style A E F G

T-Series Highlights:

  • High flexibility translates into N class radial run out only.
  • Proprietary "U" channel construction allows the rail to flex to accommodate poor machine bases or misalignment errors.
  • Lower cost installation and reduced installation time by eliminating the need for a costly machined base and special tools.
  • Drop-in replacement for conventional all-steel profile linear guides.

T-Series Typical Applications:

  • Airplanes
  • Automobiles
  • Machine Tool
  • Ships
  • Packaging

Find a Product

Dynamic Load Rating
@100 km Travel Life

NN

Assembly Height Tolerance

Carriage Type

Carriage Style

Product Family

Size

Preload

Corrosion Resistant Option

Static Roll

NmNm

Static Pitch

NmNm

Static Yaw

NmNm

Accessories

Extended Standards Options

Grease Options

CAD Models

  • Configurable 2D/3D Partstream Models
  • Configurable 2D/3D Solidcomponents Models
  • Configurable 2D/3D PartServer Models
  • Static 2D/3D Model file downloads

NOTE: Please use Internet Explorer 11, Edge, Firefox, or Google Chrome with Edrawings Viewer

Partstream Interactive Viewer Instructions:
1) Select a product from the table below and Configure your model to the right of the viewer that appears.
2) Click the Create button at the bottom of the configurator and wait for model to load (may take a few minutes).
3) Click the Download tab and login to your account if requested (or register as a first-time user).
4) Select a format, wait for the file to be created (may take a few minutes), and click the Download button.

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