What are the two commonly used bearings in industrial robots?

The two commonly used bearings in industrial robots are:

1.Ball Bearings: Ball bearings are highly popular in industrial robots due to their ability to handle both radial and thrust loads. They consist of small metal balls that rotate within a raceway, reducing friction between moving parts. Ball bearings are known for their high precision, reliability, and relatively low maintenance requirements, making them suitable for various robotic applications.

2.Roller Bearings: Roller bearings are another common type of bearing used in industrial robots. Unlike ball bearings, roller bearings use cylindrical rollers instead of balls to distribute the load evenly. They are capable of handling heavier loads and are often chosen for applications that require high load capacity and durability. Roller bearings come in different configurations, including cylindrical, spherical, and tapered rollers, each suitable for specific types of robotic movements and load requirements.

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