antifriction


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antifriction

[‚an·tē′frik·shən]
(mechanics)
Making friction smaller in magnitude.
(mechanical engineering)
Employing a rolling contact instead of a sliding contact.
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Antifriction coatings are lubricating paints that, when applied to a substrate (commonly metal or plastic), cure to form a dry, solid lubricant film that is bonded to the surface, according to Volker Oehl, automotive industry marketing manager with Dow Corning GmbH.
Dynamics and reliability of gear driver with antifriction bearings, Journal of Vibroengineering 10(2): 217-221.
This relative was a forty-five-year-old alcoholic who'd worked at the theater as a tailor and later became a guard at the Antifriction Bearings Factory.
While on the structural point of view, super-hardness, antifriction, heat resistance, corrosion resistance, and flame resistance may be obtained.
At the end of the patent application Dando summarizes in three brief paragraphs the innovations that he believes can be claimed as substantially new and therefore worthy of patenting: the combination of the rotating platform and folding inner picture frame; antifriction rollers and eccentric cam levers for preventing vibration and wavering; and--most important--the combination and arrangement of all the various parts of the apparatus as specified in the description and the diagrams.
And the novel additives meet all the standard criteria for a top-notch, antifriction, antiwear additive, namely, impressive viscosity and liquidity, high flashpoint, and stability despite temperature extremes.
cage copper conductor Type of bearing : Deep groove antifriction ball Bearing Type of cooling : Oil Type of mounting : Vertical flange mount
The slides move on hardened linear guide bars with antifriction bearings and are driven by maintenance-free AC servo motors.
1973) Complex of machines and methods of determination of antifriction properties of materials in sliding friction.
Over the years, many improvements were made in these systems to minimize these effects, including tighter clearances in the gear train, antifriction bearings between the turned device and its bearing surface, the use of brakes to reduce coasting when the drive motor is stopped, antifriction bearings between bearing boxes and box windows, among other examples.
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Timken manufactures antifriction bearings and steel products.