Complete range of low-friction ball bushings without stick-slip effect
MPS Microsystems offers a wide range of ball bushings that provide smooth movement. Another advantage of these guidance systems: their attractive price. They are available in a range of diameters from Ø 3 mm to Ø 25 mm and are made of injected plastic segments (POM), as well as easy-to-clean stainless steel needles and balls. The needles have three roles: they hold the segments together, they serve as external tracks for the balls, and they define the diameter of the ball bushing. The plastic segments of MPS Microsystems ball bushings enable their use in environments with high temperature fluctuations.
All the standard references of MPS Microsystems precision ball bushings can be found in its online shop.
Thanks to their design and choice of materials, MPS ball bushings are particularly resistant to great temperature changes. This feature allows them to be used in harsh environments without their performance being affected. This is why many of our customers who are active in the construction of gondolas and cable cars have chosen to use our ball bushings to operate the doors of their products. MPS ball bushings are also used in applications such as automated teller machines (ATM).
MPS Microsystems has developed an online shop where, in just a few clicks, you can order all the standard references of our linear systems: ball screws, linear bearings and ball bushings. Available items are dispatched to you within 3 days. Don’t forget to stop by!
Contact us now if you need our help with your requirements for ball bushings. Contact our sales team, our Product Manager, our representatives or our dealers.
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