Schaumburg, IL – Misumi USA, Inc.announces the recent addition of two new Shaft Support designs to further expand its comprehensive line of Shaft Supports and Collars. These components are used extensively in the manufacture of industrial machinery and equipment, factory automation, assembly and motion control systems.
The two new Misumi Shaft Support designs include:
Compact Bracket Type Shaft Supports (Main Part No. STHMRB8)
• Available in Standard and Guide Long Types
• Direct Mount style
• Compact design saves space
• Simple two-bolt assembly provides fast, easy installation
Thick Slit Type Shaft Support (Main Part No: SHATN10)
• Precision cast, thick T-shape support provides higher strength and rigidity than standard types. This option is a low cost alternative to machined wide supports.
• The slit is machined after the mounting hole is bored for greater precision
Both new Shaft Supports are available in a variety of diameters and can be ordered to precise specifications. The shafts are manufactured of 1045 Carbon Steel material with either a Black Oxide or Electroless Nickel Plated finish.
Volume discounts are available. All pricing information and delivery times are published in the catalog and website. For more information on Misumi’s comprehensive selection of Precision Linear Shafts, Shaft Supports and Shaft Collars, please visit our website at www.misumiusa.com.
With no minimum order requirements or set-up charges on a product portfolio of more than 500,000 metric and inch mechanical components, Misumi has built its reputation as the premier global supplier of high quality factory automation components. At the heart of the Misumi business model is the unique CAD Configurator and convenient Web Ordering System. This unique business model offers customers an effective strategy for reducing costs and gaining competitive advantage through streamlined production and assembly processes and faster time-to-market.
MISUMI USA, Inc.
Filed Under: Factory automation, Motion control • motor controls, Safety systems + components
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