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Roller Slide Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of roller slide manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top roller slide manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any roller slide company can design, engineer, and manufacture roller slides to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach roller slide companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of roller guides, linear motion slides, and roller slide bearings.

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Our roller slides offer several levels of precision ranging from a straight line accuracy of 0.0005 per inch of travel to 0.0000040" per inch straight line travel accuracy. For your convenience we offer drawings on all of our linear motion products right on our website. Our talented teams of designers and engineers will work closely with you in order to come up with a product that will fit your exact needs. Get in touch with us today to learn more!
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We offer some of the highest accuracy slides in the industry! Our industrial roller slides are accurate with straight line accuracy up to 0.000040 per inch of travel. We offer next day delivery because we know that time is money and we wish to keep your business moving along. We are dedicated to ensuring the best customer service possible to keep you coming back to us for all of your linear slide needs. Visit us on the web today!
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We have the roller slide technology that you can count on to stand up to the demanding applications of the everyday to provide lasting value. Each of our well trained technicians is capable of working with you to come up with a product that will fit your requirements perfectly. It is one of our goals to turn first time customers into lifelong relationships. Contact our customer service division today to learn more about what we can do for you!
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Our roller slides are sure to please! In addition to our roller slide products we also provide linear rails, drawer slides, ball bearing slides, roller tables and many other products; we are sure to have what you need! Our researchers work hard to ensure that our products remain on the forefront of technological innovations at all times in order to better serve you! Contact our customer service division via telephone or email to learn more today!
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MB Kit Systems builds custom linear motion systems, from light duty to heavy duty, with travel of a few inches to over 100 feet, and loads of a few ounces to thousands of pounds. The company delivers solutions that improve utility and consistency, with quiet operation and smooth motion. As a Rockwell Automation Encompass Partner, MB Kit Systems offers solutions that extend the capabilities of Rockwell Automation products and systems.
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Dalton Bearing Service, Inc. was established in 1946 with a vision to bring a new angle to providing industrial parts and supplies with a competitively priced product line. Whether your needs range from bearings, linear slides, power transmission components, linear technologies or general maintenance supplies feel free to contact our experienced sales staff at any of our locations.
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Roller Slides

Roller slides are a type of linear slide system used to provide ease of movement for equipment or machinery, and are typically characterized by aiding in smooth, low-noise motion with minimal slippage and a long lifespan. Roller slide bearings, or roller tables, are used in applications requiring high precision and repeatable movements such as photonics, medical and telecommunications, as well as applications such as food processing and vehicular processes.

Similar to ball bearing slides in that they work by rotation, instead of spherical components, roller slides use cylindrical bearings within the roller base to provide the movement. These rollers tend to be more durable than ball bearings and are able to withstand a greater load capacity and typically last longer than ball bearing slides. As the rollers offer line contact rather than the point contact of ball bearings, there is increased surface contact allowing the system to effectively carry more weight with less direct pressure on the rollers. Roller slides are designed to be low maintenance and are often used in applications which may have low levels of dust and debris. However, they may need to be disassembled and cleaned periodically to ensure optimum rolling movement, but this is a fairly straightforward procedure.

The basic structure of the roller slide is the same as other linear slides - a set of linear rails containing the rollers, a moving component used for transportation and a mounting bracket. In order to determine the best component selection, the intended speed and load as well as the desired angle of the roller need to be considered. Materials used for the fabrication of a roller linear slide system should be carefully considered. They are typically made from aluminum or cast iron, which tend to be durable metals which can withstand heavy loads and wear. For high-temperature applications, stainless steel linear components may be used and for sustained high-speed applications, brass or plastic is a common choice. The location of the slide and the products it will be used with will help determine material choice. Also to be considered is the distancing between the rails, the width affects the carrying capacity of the system and therefore for heavier applications, the number of roller rails may have to be increased. As the motion produced is by rolling, not sliding, there should be no additional lubricant required by the mechanism to ensure ease of movement, rather the process of roller sliding should be able to work satisfactorily on its own.

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