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    Linear Bushing LM Type
    Linear Bushing LM Type
    Linear Bushing LM Type

    Linear Bushing LM Type


    This linear bushing has an outer diameter formed by a highest-precision cylinder, and is used in a wide range of applications.
    Part of the milli series, the most widely used series in Japan.

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Inscribed Circle Dia. dr(Ø)
Overall Length L(mm)
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Outer Cylinder Material
Outer Cylinder Surface Treatment
Outer Dia. D(Ø)
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Linear Bushing LM Type
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    Linear Bushing LM Type


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    Linear Bushing LM Type

    • 2D / 3D
    Days to Ship 5 Day(s) or more
    Inscribed Circle Dia. dr(Ø)3 ~ 60
    Overall Length L(mm)10 ~ 110
    Flange Type-
    StyleStandard / Open Type, Clearance Adjusting Type
    Outer Cylinder MaterialSteel
    Outer Cylinder Surface TreatmentNo Surface Treatment
    Outer Dia. D(Ø)7 ~ 90
    Lubrication TypeNot Provided
    AccuracyHigh Grade / Precision Grade
    Ball Recirculating TypeSingle
    TypesStandard / Open / Clearance Adjustment Type
    Eccentricity(µm)4 ~ 25


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    FAQ Linear Bushings

    Question: What is a linear bushing?
    Answer: A linear bushing is a bearing that supports linear motion. It is a cylindrical sleeve that fits around a shaft and provides a low-friction surface for the shaft to slide on. Linear bushings are used in a wide variety of applications, including machinery, automation, and robotics.
    Question: Why choose MISUMI linear bushings?
    Answer: MISUMI is a leading supplier of linear bushings, offering a wide range of bushing types and sizes to meet the needs of a variety of applications. MISUMI linear bushings are known for their high quality, durability, and precision. These bushing are made by leading Asian manufacturers, and we carefully select them as per our customers' requirements.
    High quality: These are made from high-quality materials and are manufactured to exacting standards.
    Durability: These are designed to withstand harsh environments and heavy loads.
    Precision: It can provide precise linear motion, which is essential for many applications.
    Competitive prices: MISUMI linear bushings prices are competitively low as compared to market.
    Excellent customer service: MISUMI offers excellent customer service, including technical support and assistance with product selection.
    Question: What are the maintenance requirements for the MISUMI Linear bushings?
    Answer: MISUMI Linear bushings require periodic lubrication to maintain their performance and longevity. The frequency of lubrication will depend on the specific application, but it is generally recommended to lubricate the bushings every 6 months or every 1,000 kilometers.
    Question: What are some common linear bushings applications?
    Answer: Linear bushings are used in a wide variety of applications, including:
    Machinery: Linear bushings are used in a variety of machinery, such as CNC machines, injection molding machines, and packaging machines.
    Automation: Linear bushings are used in a variety of automated systems, such as robotic arms and pick-and-place machines.
    Robotics: Linear bushings are used in a variety of robots, such as industrial robots and service robots.
    Other applications: Linear bushings are also used in a variety of other applications, such as medical devices, office equipment, and transportation equipment.
    Question: How to choose the right linear bushing for my application?
    Answer: When choosing a linear bushing for your application, it is important to consider the following factors:
    Load capacity: The linear bushing must be able to support the load that will be placed on it.
    Speed: The linear bushing must be able to operate at the speed required for your application.
    Accuracy: The linear bushing must be able to provide the accuracy required for your application.
    Environment: The linear bushing must be made from a material that is suitable for the environment in which it will be used.
    Question: How to install a linear bushing?
    Answer: The installation process for a linear bushing will vary depending on the specific type of bushing and the application. However, there are some general steps that can be followed:
    Clean the shaft and the housing to remove any dirt or debris.
    Apply a lubricant to the shaft.
    Place the linear bushing on the shaft and align it with the housing.
    Secure the linear bushing to the housing using the appropriate hardware.
    Question: What is the life expectancy of a linear bushing?
    Answer: The life expectancy of a linear bushing depends on a number of factors, including the type of bushing, the load it is supporting, the speed it is operating at, and the environment in which it is used. In general, linear bushings have a life expectancy of 10,000 to 100,000 hours.
    Question: What material is used for linear bushings?
    Answer: Linear bushings are typically made from steel or stainless steel. Steel bushings are more affordable, but stainless steel bushings are more durable and resistant to corrosion. Other materials that may be used for linear bushings include aluminum, bronze, and plastic.
    Question: What is the difference between linear bushings and linear guides?
    Answer: Linear bushings and linear guides are both used to support linear motion. However, there are some key differences between the two. Linear bushings are typically smaller and less expensive than linear guides. Linear guides also offer higher load capacity and precision than linear bushings.