Crossed Roller Bearings

HIWIN Crossed Roller Bearing is mainly consisted of an outer ring, an inner ring, a plurality of rollers and a plurality of spacers. The roller lies between the inner ring and the outer ring. The spacer is placed between rollers to prevent the mutual friction between rollers so as to decrease the torque resistance for rotation. In addition, the surface of the roller and the rolling track is linear contact. So, when the bearing is loaded, the loading area will be very large. Thus, the elastic deformation will be less, and the bearing will achieve a long service life. Each roller in Crossed Roller Bearing is crossed at 90° angle, which is able to bear the loading force from axial, radial and the other direction at the same time. Various Crossed Roller Bearings possess high rigidity and high rotation accuracy, which could be widely used in industrial automation control, robot, tool machinery, inspection and medical devices.

 

CRBA series

Split outer ring type CRBA: Consisted of an inner ring and two outer semi-rings, which is suitable for rotating of inner ring.

CRBB series

Split inner ring type CRBB: Consisted of two inner semi-rings and an outer ring, which is suitable for rotating of outer ring.

CRBC series

High rigidity type CRBC: Consisted of an inner ring and an outer ring, which is suitable for rotating of inner ring and outer ring both.

CRBD series

Split outer ring with mounting holes CRBD: Consisted of an inner ring and two outer semi-rings with mounting holes.

CRBE series

High rigidity with mounting holes CRBE: Consisted of an inner ring and an outer ring with mounting holes.