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Lintech Miniature Linear Bearings

July 31, 2017

The MR series is a miniature 2 row re-circulating ball profile rail linear guide bearing. The block and LM linear profile rail is made of 440c stainless steel and has an option for seals on both ends of the block and on the bottom of the block. There are also options for a short or long block, lubrication plate and reinforced block seals which allows for higher speeds. There are three different accuracy grades available – N grade, H grade or P grade. There is also a wide rail style available for more capacity and rigidity.

MRSelf Lube Bearing with Seals

Lintech carries a large inventory of linear guide products in its facility and has the in-house ability to do various modifications to these products. Options including, but not limited to, cut-to-length, custom mounting holes, plating options in order to create a more robust environment ready product.


Linear Guide Load Capacity

July 14, 2017

Linear guide load ratings are based upon some reference point of travel distance. Not all manufacturers use the same reference point. So, if you compared what seem to be 2 very similar linear guides, one may have a listed rating which is quite a bit better (or worse) because the capacity could be based upon 100Km of travel versus 50Km of travel, or vice-versa. If you intended only to reach 50Km of travel life, you could logically expect carry a higher load before failing from fatigue than if you needed to reach 100Km of life.

Load Ratings HRC Series

Not all load rating tables from the many linear guide manufacturers list the rated life reference on the load rating catalog page. Sometimes it is shown in the engineering section of the catalog. However, it should be considered during the design process of the motion system.

For assistance with your linear motion application, please contact Lintech.

Lintech Custom Systems

June 30, 2017

Lintech is quite compliant with designers in their efforts to satisfy any special accommodation. Whether it is special environmental concerns, adding many types of mechanical or electrical accessories, fabricating custom components, software programming, different mounting configurations, motors & controls, etc.

Mounting Configurations

Lintech has a long history of building custom systems which include all the necessary accommodations to “finish” the linear motion package. To view the standard Lintech linear motion screw drives, belt drives, components, accessories as well as examples of custom assemblies and systems, please visit

Lintech Linear Guide Price Configurator

June 14, 2017

Lintech provides a simple configurator to enable a designer looking for quick pricing on any linear guide variation. The configurator can also be used to calculate pricing on all the other Lintech products as well. It can save time versus calling a manufacturer, especially outside of the 8am-5pm hours.

Simply, select the series of product desired (or several to determine a comparison), select the specific configuration from all of the drop-down boxes, choose the number of blocks, rail length to the nearest mm, location of start hole(distance from end of rail to center of the 1st hole), and then hit “get price”.

The configurator is a great tool for obtaining quick pricing or comparisons on the fly.

ARC Pricing Configurator

Required Motor Torque

May 30, 2017

Lintech provides a tool for determining the required motor torque necessary to drive Lintech screw driven and belt driven linear motion tables. On the home page of Lintech’s website there is a link for “sizing apps”. Clicking that link takes you to a page which shows the different screw or belt models.  When you click on the model preferred, select the model specifics and the move profile desired. It is also necessary to have some specifications for the potential motor intended for the application. The program will calculate the torque needed from the motor to perform the designated move profile. Once the torque is calculated by the program, check the motor torque curves to make sure the motor selected has the torque available at the given speed.Sizing Apps Page

Lintech 200 Series Linear Table

May 15, 2017

The Lintech 200 series linear translation stages are designed to maximize performance while minimizing physical size and cost. These linear motion stages use a low friction, preloaded, recirculating linear ball bearing system, which ride on precision ground linear square rail guides. The linear profile rails are mounted to a precision machined aluminum base, which offers a rigid support over the entire travel of the table’s carriage. The load is mounted to a precision machined aluminum carriage, which has threaded stainless steel inserts for high strength and wear life. There are 22 different acme and ball screw options that offer high efficiencies and long life at an economical price. These linear stages are designed to allow for numerous options. They include End-Of-Travel and Home switches, linear and rotary encoders, power-off electric brakes, motor wrap packages, and versatile mounting brackets for multiple axis applications.

200 series Screw Driven Linear Stage

The 200 series table is 95mm tall, 216mm wide. It has an 8,800 pound capacity and a top speed of 1270mm/second.

Encoders on Lintech Tables

May 1, 2017

Linear Encoders: If a linear encoder is supplied by Lintech, it comes mounted and aligned to the positioning table. This encoder operates via an LED pick-up of an etched strip on a glass spar which spans the entire length of the encoder. It is important NOT to make any adjustments to the encoder mounting. The encoder alignment is extremely critical and is important for proper accuracy, repeatability, and performance. The warranty is voided if adjustments are made to any part of the encoder or encoder mounting.

Rotary Encoders: If a rotary encoder is supplied by Lintech, it comes installed on the table opposite the motor mount end. This rotary encoder is shaftless and is physically mounted to the screw shaft or drive shaft extension on a belt drive table. It is important NOT to remove the rotary encoder from the positioning table. The glass disk is pre-aligned by Lintech for proper operation. Removing the encoder could affect its performance. The encoder is protected with a sheet metal cover, which is not totally sealed. Therefore, if splashing fluid or other materials is present, precautions should be made to redirect these materials away from the encoder housing since contaminants which penetrate the housing can cause encoder failure.

Linear & Rotary Encoders

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