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Zero Tolerance 0808 Ceramic Bearing Upgrade

Zero Tolerance 0808 Ceramic Bearing Upgrade
…replacing steel thrust bearings with ceramic silicon nitride (SI3N4) thrust bearings in a Zero Tolerance 0808 Folding Knife. This knife requires two 5 x 10 mm thrust bearings which… 2018-03-13 21:03:38

Caged Pulse Jets

Caged Pulse Jets
…pulse jets are mounted at various heights within the cage and spin around on their own thrust, sometimes very fast! Through a completely interactive console interface, the public… 2014-09-06 17:00:00


…altogether. Barobot is made possible by three needle roller bearings in actuator, two thrust bearings allow carriage movement and timing belt uses two ball bearings for smooth… 2014-09-10 17:30:01

Adult Power Wheels Army Jeep

Adult Power Wheels Army Jeep
…quite a bit of fun! The little Jeep uses shielded flange bearings in its front wheels, thrust bearings in the steering section, shielded flange bearings to support the rear axle,… 2014-09-09 17:30:00
See how to replace the standard steel thrust bearings on a zero tolerance 0808 folding knife with ceramic silicon nitride. These full ceramic bearings will …
2018-06-02 18:36:01
…Silicon Nitride ceramic ball bearings help our angular contact bearings withstand heavy thrust loads, making it perfect for your next high speed project:…
2018-05-09 16:00:53
Precision is key, amirite? 👀 From Radial to Thrust to Full Ceramic, each of our bearings are specially designed to last under high loads, high speeds & the most extreme…
2019-08-19 15:01:38
…forces generated by the balls will change the contact angle at the inner and outer race, helping them to withstand heavy thrust loads: #ProductHighlight
2018-05-21 16:00:52

Q: How do I calculate the amount of side or thrust load that a bearing can take?

A: Typically a radial bearing can take 5% of its Radial Load in a Thrust Load capacity.