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BOSTON gear bearing is a type of rolling-element bearing similar to an epicyclic gear. Gear bearings consist of a number of smaller 'satellite' gears which revolve around the center of the bearing along a track on the outsides of the internal and satellite gears, and on the inside of the external gear. Each gear is in between two concentric rings. Therefore, the widths of the satellite gears must all be the same.


In order for the surfaces to provide efficient axial meshing, the teeth must either be beveled or made with engagement. This avoids misalignment, sticking, and reduces sliding friction in the bearing. For instance, the illustrations present implementations of bearing gears with beveled teeth and rollers on their adjacent end faces as well as a herringbone engagement to provide minimal axial shift due to opposite sloping teeth.


BOSTON GEAR HMLE-5 Spherical Plain Bearings - Rod Ends

Maintenance free &nd 44 mm
Steel/steel 6 °

BOSTON GEAR HFE-4 Spherical Plain Bearings - Rod Ends

0.05 10 N/mm²
h8 2 mm

BOSTON GEAR HM16 Spherical Plain Bearings - Rod Ends

1.00 mm 2400 rpm
80.00 mm 1700 rpm

BOSTON GEAR HFL-6G Spherical Plain Bearings - Rod Ends

Two Shields & Snap-R 21.00 mm
19300 N 80.0000 mm

BOSTON GEAR HFL-10 Spherical Plain Bearings - Rod Ends

304 kN 3000 r/min
168.5 mm 29 mm

BOSTON GEAR HFL-3 Spherical Plain Bearings - Rod Ends

1 mm 0.41 kg
7 mm 155 mm

BOSTON GEAR B1520-14 Sleeve Bearings

1 mm 0.5 mm
0.2 0.6

BOSTON GEAR B1519-16 Sleeve Bearings

53.975 mm 77.787 mm
38.3 kN 1/8 NPT

BOSTON GEAR B1420-8 Sleeve Bearings

390000 N 130.000 mm
1700 rpm 1.00 mm

BOSTON GEAR B1418-12 Sleeve Bearings

276000 N 180.000 mm
52.00 mm 355000 N

BOSTON GEAR MCB128144 Plain Bearings

2.50 mm 180000 N
95.000 mm Without Accessories

BOSTON GEAR MCB88104 Plain Bearings

1 pcs Negotiable