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XR Extra Rigid Bearings

XR Extra Rigid Bearings

The Extra Rigid XR Ball Bushing bearing is designed to maximize load carrying capacity while minimizing deflection.  The increased load capacity and/or travel life is provided by the bearing's advanced plate design.  Each ball conforming bearing plate is precision ground, providing smooth and virtually friction free linear movement.  The XR bearing plates have been positioned to maximize load capacity in both pull-off and down loading conditions.


XR Extra Rigid Ball Bushing Specifications:

Bearing Style Imperial Type (in)
Sizes 2" - 3"
Bearing Type Open
Pillow Block Type Open
Bearing Load Capacities Up to 10, 000 lbf

XR Extra Rigid Ball Bushing Highlights:

  • Non self-aligning ball conforming bearing plates offer three times the rigidity of conventional linear bearings
  • Rigid ductile iron pillow blocks for maximized stiffness
  • Wear resistant, low-friction polymer housing reduces inertia and operating noise levels

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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.

XR Extra Rigid Linear Ball Bushing Bearings 2D/3D Interactive Models
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