Bearing with plastic cage LEW Series
crossed rollerfour-point contactsingle-row

bearing with plastic cage
bearing with plastic cage
bearing with plastic cage
bearing with plastic cage
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Rolling element
crossed roller
four-point contact, single-row
stainless steel, plastic
Other characteristics
with plastic cage, high-rigidity
for industrial machines

16.6 mm
(0.654 in)


Bearing type • 4 race rings with ground raceways • Plastic cage with rollers Charakteristik • Maximum possible integration capacity • High stiffness • Greatest possible flexibility of preload, runability and diameter ranges Diameter range • infinitely variable from 400 to 1200 mm In Detail Bearing type Franke bearing elements of the type LEW are suitable for medium rotary speeds and accuracies. They impress with their smooth running, high stiffness and compact installation space. The crosswise arranged rollers absorb the same high loads from all directions. Bearing elements type LEW are robust and insensitive to shocks and vibrations. Characteristics Bearing elements type LEW consist of two inner and two outer races and a plastic cage with rollers. The race rings are split in one place to compensate for temperature expansion factors. They have balancing properties in demanding types of stress. LEW are usually installed without backlash. Depending on the requirements, the preload can be adjusted individually. For tuning methods see "Technical Information".


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All About Automation - Friedrichshafen 2024
All About Automation - Friedrichshafen 2024

5-06 Mar 2024 Friedrichshafen (Germany)

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    All About Automation - Heilbronn 2024
    All About Automation - Heilbronn 2024

    15-16 May 2024 Heilbronn (Germany)

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