Component Bearings

Component bearings are machine parts that works to constrain motion to a required motion and also limit friction between moving parts. Component bearings allow for a free linear movement of moving parts or prevent motion by controlling the forces that bar on the moving parts. Common types of component bearings include plain bearing, rolling-element bearing, ball bearing, roller bearing, jewel bearing, fluid bearing, magnetic bearing, and flexure bearing. Component bearings are used in a wide range of applications including dental drills, aerospace bearings, gearboxes, wheel bearings in vehicles, flexure bearings housed in optical alignment systems, and bike wheel hubs.

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