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Engineering Design Graphics with Autodesk® Inventor® 2015 by James D. Bethune

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Chapter 11. Bearings

Chapter Objectives

• Understand the different types of bearings: plain, ball, and thrust

• Learn how to select bearings from the Content Center

• Understand how tolerances are used with ­bearings

• Learn how to use bearings in assemblies

Introduction

This chapter discusses three types of bearings: plain, ball, and thrust. See Figure 11-1. Plain bearings are hollow cylinders that may have flanges at one end. Plain bearings are made from nylon or Teflon for dry (no lubrication) applications, and impregnated bronze or other materials when lubrications are used.

Figure 11-1

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Plain bearings require less space than other types ...

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