Ball bearings

Are you looking for a reliable and high-performing linear bearing solution for your 3D printing or CNC applications? Look no further than our selection of linear ball bearings! These bearings are designed to provide smooth, precise linear movement and can handle the high speeds and precision required for 3D printing and CNC machines.
7 resultsSort by


The 3 most popular Ball bearings

What are ball bearings?

A ball bearing is a type of bearing that uses balls to reduce friction and support radial and axial loads. Ball bearings consist of an inner ring, an outer ring, and a number of balls that are held in place by a cage. The balls are made of steel or ceramic and roll between the inner and outer rings, reducing friction and allowing the bearing to rotate smoothly. Ball bearings are used in a wide range of applications, from automobiles and machinery to household appliances and sporting equipment.

How do I properly install ball bearings in my 3D printer or CNC machine?

Properly installing ball bearings in a 3D printer or CNC machine is essential for ensuring smooth and precise movement, as well as prolonging the life of the bearing. Here are a few steps to help ensure proper installation of ball bearings:

  1. Clean: Before installing the bearing, make sure to clean both the bearing and the mating surfaces. This will help to prevent debris from getting into the bearing and causing damage.
  2. Lubrication: Apply a small amount of lubrication to the bearing and the mating surfaces. This will help to reduce friction and prolong the life of the bearing.
  3. Put into place: Carefully press the bearing into place, making sure that it is seated properly and that the flange, if any, is in the correct position.
  4. Alignment: Make sure that the bearing is properly aligned with the mating surfaces, this is important to ensure smooth movement and to prevent damage to the bearing.
  5. Tighten the hardware: If the bearing is held in place by hardware, make sure to tighten the hardware to the appropriate torque specification.
  6. Test the machine: Once the bearing is installed, test the machine to make sure that it is moving smoothly and that there is no excessive noise or vibration.
Webwinkelkeur Kiyoh Trustpilot Opencircuit