angular-contact bearing

angular-contact bearing

[′aŋ·gyə·lər ′kän‚takt ‚ber·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
A rolling-contact antifriction bearing designed to carry heavy thrust loads and also radial loads.
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Just this month Mori Seiki factories began using the so-called "washless" angular-contact bearings, supplied by NTN Corp.
A precision ground spindle is supported by a rigid headstock and grease-sealed, double-row cylindrical bearings and angular-contact bearings at the front, and double-row cylindrical bearings at the rear which keeps spindle growth due to heat generation to an absolute minimum.
Each QT machine has a precision-ground spindle supported by a rigid headstock and grease-sealed, double-row cylindrical bearings and angular-contact bearings at the front, and double-row cylindrical bearings at the rear which minimize spindle growth due to heat.