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3 CPC-MR3M 4 0.2-0.3 0.3-0.6 300 $70.00
5 CPC-MR5M 6 0.3-0.5 0.6-0.9 1000 $49.00
6 CPC-MR3W 4.5 0.3-0.4 0.5-0.8 1000 $84.00
7 CPC-MR7M 8 0.9-1.3 1.4-2.4 1000 $38.00
9 CPC-MR9M 10 1.6-2.1 2.5-3.9 1000 $42.00
10 CPC-MR5W 6.5 0.5-0.6 0.9-1.3 1000 $65.00
12 CPC-MR12M 13 2.3-3.2 3.5-5.6 1000 $46.00
14 CPC-MR7W 9 1.2-1.6 2.1-3.1 1000 $52.00
15 CPC-MR15M 16 3.8-5.3 5.6-9.1 1000 $51.00
CPC-ARC15 24 6.4-9.0 10.8-17.5 4000 $69.00
CPC-HRC15 24-28 9.0 17.5 4000 $70.00
TBI-TRS15 24 8.9-11.8 14.4-21.6 4000 $48.00
TBI-TRH15 24 13.2 25.2 4000 $54.00
NSK-RA15 24-28 13 37 2000 Contact Us
18 CPC-MR9W 12 2.0-2.6 3.6-5.0 1000 $55.00
20 CPC-ARC20 28 10.9-15.6 16.3-29.8 4000 $91.00
CPC-HRC20 30 15.6-20.8 29.8-43.3 4000 $96.00
TBI-TRS20 28 13.7-18.6 20.9-32.4 4000 $60.00
TBI-TRH20 30 20.1-25.0 36.2-49.6 4000 $65.00
NSK-RA20 30 24 70 3000 Contact Us
23 CPC-ARC25 33 12.3-18.8 21.2-36.4 4000 $105.00
CPC-HRC25 36-40 18.8-23.4 36.4-48.5 4000 $114.00
TBI-TRS25 33 19.1-25.3 29.4-44.2 4000 $72.00
TBI-TRH25 36-40 28.2-31.9 51.5-61.3 4000 $81.00
NSK-RA25 36-40 35.4 92.9 3000 Contact Us
24 CPC-MR12W 14 3.1-4.1 5.2-7.8 1000 $60.00
28 CPC-ARC30 42 32.7 58.9 4000 $138.00
CPC-HRC30 42 -45 32.7 58.9 4000 $138.00
TBI-TRS30 42 26.4-37.3 38.8-63.6 4000 $95.00
TBI-TRH30 42-45 40.2-46.9 70.6-88.3 4000 $111.00
NSK-RA30 42-45 47.6 121 3500 Contact Us
34 CPC-ARC35 48 45.0-45.9 82.9-106.5 4000 $163.00
CPC-HRC35 48-55 39.6-54.7 70.2-106.5 4000 $166.00
TBI-TRS35 48 49.9 81.9 4000 $140.00
TBI-TRH35 48-55 65.3 120.4 4000 $161.00
NSK-RA35 48-55 67.4 175 3500 Contact Us
42 CPC-MR15W 16 5.1-6.7 8.4-12.9 1000 $78.00
45 CPC-ARC45 60 71.3-89.5 122.1-169.1 4000 $210.00
CPC-HRC45 60-70 71.3-89.5 122.1-169.1 4000 $178.00
TBI-TRS45 60 66.3 106.8 4000 $185.00
TBI-TRH45 70 74.3-86.8 125.6-157.0 4000 $198.00
NSK-RA45 60-70 116 305 3500 Contact Us
53 TBI-TRH55 70-80 170.1 268.5 4000 $352.00
NSK-RA55 70-80 168 462 3500 Contact Us
63 TBI-TRH65 90 273.6 419.0 4000 $567.00
NSK-RA65 90 288 756 3500 Contact Us


Frequently Asked Questions
Do Anaheim Automation's CPC-AR Linear Guides include hardened rails?
Yes, the CPC-AR15, 20, 25, and 30 linear guides include hardened rails.

What is the hardness of the rails in the AR and HR series linear guides?
The AR/HR linear guides have rails that are heat-treated on the outer surface. The hardness after the treatment is measured to be about HRC61~64, which is harder than typical axes and chisels (axe is about HRC40~45).

What is the recommended grease for the CPC-AR linear guides?
Anaheim Automation recommends Castrol GC32 for their linear guides. Synthetic oil-based lithium soap grease with viscosity between ISO VG32-100.

Anaheim Automation uses Microlube GL261 (Kluber, Germany) or Daphne Bearing Grease EP NO.0 (Idemitsu, Japan).

You should be able to find the equivalent product from any oil company available to you in your country.

What information is needed to spec linear guides?
Determining which linear guides series is best for your application you will need to know the following:
Rails:Length, Width, Load
Blocks:Type, Length, End Seal Type, Preload Accuracy

What types of materials can linear guides be constructed from?
Linear Guides can be made from materials such as aluminum, hardened cold rolled steel, and galvanized steel.

What are linear guides?
Linear guides are mechanisms designed to provide free motion in one dimension. Their purpose is to position objects as accurately as possible along a single axis. Utilizing linear motion bearings, linear guides provide smooth, fast, and accurate positioning with low-friction. Most linear guides use ball bearings, while other use dovetail or linear roller bearings.

What types applications are linear guides used in?
Linear Guides are ideal for a variety of industrial-type applications. Linear Guides are used in CNC, laser machining, grinding and drilling machines, industrial robots, optical and medical equipment, handling equipment, and more.

How much do linear guides cost?
The cost of linear guides is dependent on a few factors including preload and precision options, block dimensions, block types, and rail lengths. Higher accuracy, higher preloads, and longer length rails will increase the price of linear guides. Prices may also vary depending on what material the linear guides are made of.

How does friction affect the performance of the linear guide?
The friction of the linear guide affects power consumption, lowers operating temperatures and increases overall efficiency. Linear guides face two different types of friction: static and dynamic friction. The frictional resistance of a linear guide changes depending on the type, load, speed, and lubricant. The primary reason linear guides are lubricated is to avoid metal-to-metal contact and reduce friction.

What is the purpose of preload?
The purpose of preload in linear guides is primarily to reduce elastic deformation caused by the load. The reduction of elastic deformation increases the rigidity of linear guides by applying stress in advance to the contact area between the raceways and rolling elements. While some applications do not call for linear guides to be preloaded, preload is preferred because it eliminates internal clearance (zero backlash) and increases rigidity. Linear guides usually have the options of standard, light, or heavy preload.

What is the recommended grease for the TBI Linear Guides?
Anaheim Automation recommends 4FB Grease for their TBI linear guides. You should be able to find the equivalent product from any oil company available to you in your country.

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