Pre-recorded Webinar. Round vs Square: Linear Guide Rail Basics

Pre-recorded Webinar by Thomson Linear Motion.  67minutes

What is the difference between Round Rail and Square Rail? How do you know which one is more appropriate for a given application? How do you size them? Learn the basics of Linear Guide technology and how to size them for your next application. Get a guided tour through the new online Linear Guide Component Tool.

Why Round Rail?
Typical Applications

Why Profile Rail?
Typical Applications

Design Tree
Basic Parameters
Application Requirements
Optional Features

Sizing and Selection
60 Case Tool
New Linear Guide Component Tool
Custom Configuration

Click on the link below to watch the Webinar.

https://thomsonlinear.webex.com/ec0701l/eventcenter/recording/recordAction.do?theAction=poprecord&AT=pb&internalRecordTicket=00000001c73766d8b2d4151ca22423484c3d95db501fc797f6c5925af1e34d96a0f5db6c&isurlact=true&renewticket=0&recordID=10619642&apiname=lsr.php&needFilter=false&format=short&&SP=EC&rID=10619642&RCID=2aa9319198775a2fe2a60e819755b07d&siteurl=thomsonlinear&actappname=ec0701l&actname=%2Feventcenter%2Fframe%2Fg.do&rnd=3819296433&entactname=%2FnbrRecordingURL.do&entappname=url0201l

tags:  round linear bearings, square linear bearings, Thomson, round rail, square rail, Electromate, profile rail

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