Thomson 60 Case Linear Race shafting has been popular for decades for its consistent reliability and performance. To help customers get this high-quality, lab-tested product into their hands as quickly as possible for their time-sensitive design projects, Thomson goes to great lengths.
With the special machining add-on to the Thomson online shafting selector tool, the burden of creating 2D drawings is relieved, and the amount of time needed to specify the machined shaft is dramatically reduced.
Watch this comprehensive demo and see how this feature offers the most commonly used machining options, which are automatically converted to manufacturable 2D drawings for download as printable PDFs or sharable links.
Try the online shafting selector tool and special machining add-on at: https://www.thomsonlinear.com/en/products/shafting
For any cases in which your machining configurations don't fall within the scope of our tool's options, Thomson application engineers are always ready to provide fast help.
Maximize the performance and life of your linear motion systems by knowledgeably choosing the optimal shafting. All it takes is becoming familiar with a few key considerations.
Don't wait so long for a customized shafting quote. Simply upload your 3D model and get instant pricing and lead time on custom 60 Case LinearRace shafting.
Properly mounting round shafting is required for it to be used as a linear guide. Watch this video to learn about the most common shaft mounting methods.
What is the difference between round rail and square rail? How do you know which one is more appropriate for a given application? How do you size them? Learn the basics of linear guide technology and how to size them for your next application. Plus - get a guided tour through the new online Linear Guide Component Tool.
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