IKO International

These words — Innovation, Know-how, and Originality — capture our company creed and are the inspiration for our brand name. IKO is a company that is centered on technology development and one that contributes to society.

IKO is a bearing manufacturer that launched the technical development of needle roller bearings for the first time in Japan and is proud of the high quality level and abundant varieties of its products.

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IKO miniature bearings in more size and carriage options

IKO International has expanded the number of carriage sizes and options available for its line of miniature bearings. IKO currently offers some of the smallest commercially available miniature bearings, with sizes as small as 1 mm. To handle more robust applications, the company offers standard and wide rail options to its C-Lube Linear Way ML […]

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IKO standard miniature bearings

IKO’s standard miniature bearings line is now available in rail widths from 1 to 25-mm with wide-bearing options as high as 42-mm. They are also available in up to four different lengths—compact, standard, long and extra-long in many sizes. The variety of widths and bearing lengths enables designers to easily tailor a miniature bearing system […]

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IKO’s CRBF crossed roller bearings reduce power consumption

IKO International’s CRBF Crossed Roller Bearings will be on show at IMTS on booth E-4752. These specialized bearings feature a space-saving design, with rollers alternately crossed at right angles between inseparable inner and outer rings. Because the rollers make inline contact with the raceway surfaces, elastic deformation under load is minimal. Bearings can simultaneously accommodate […]

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