Rolling bearings for industrial robots
Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, Jan 1, 1990 - Computers - 149 pages
This book describes the design, selection andmounting of rolling bearings in industrial robots. The text includes descussion of all the factors to be considered if the resulting earing system is to be reliable, including types and sizes of bearings, lubrication, and the design of housing shafts.
Takeo Yoda, Nobou Obokata and Shoichi Hioki are at the Development Headquarters of the NTN Tokyo Bearing Co Ltd, Japan
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Selection of Rolling Bearings for Robots
Bearing Frictionai Torque
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4-point contact angular contact ball applied axial displacement axial load kgf bearing bore diameter bearing clearance bearing load Bearing series bearing type bearings Fig boundary dimensions cages calculated characteristics coefficient of friction con1ac1 contact angle contact ball bearings cross-roller thrust bearings decreased deep groove ball diame1er is included diame1er series direc1ion equivalent dynamic gears grease Grease lubrication groove ball bearings high low high high low max in1ernal industrial robots inner and outer inner ring load interference internal clearances Ligh1 loads act low high low machines material fatigue max max max min max maximum mounting necessary ou1er outer ring raceway radial bearings radial runout robot bearings rolling bearings rolling elements rotation sealing devices shafts and housings shown in Fig shown in Table single row speed Starting friction starting torque super-slim ball bearings super-slim bearings surface tapered roller bearings temperature Tolerance class track rings type of bearing values viscosity wi1h