Linear-Motion Guide

Aug. 23, 2007
New Box Redi-Rail linear-motion guides are designed for mounting flexibility, especially in belt-drive applications.

New Box Redi-Rail linear-motion guides are designed for mounting flexibility, especially in belt-drive applications. The innovative yet simple design is rigid, self-supporting, and economical; is industry standard interchangeable; and has T-slots for adaptability to a broad variety of components and assemblies. It is available in 30 and 45-mm sizes and made with extruded aluminum-alloy rails, hardened-steel raceways, and sealed double-ball bearings. Standard sizes and configurations are available from stock and custom solutions can be designed to meet specific requirements.

Pacific Bearing Co., Box 6980, Rockford, IL 61125, (800) 729-9085, pacificbearing.com

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