NF350AR0

NF350AR0 Thin Section Bearings
Price $ 14434.06
Part Number NF350AR0
System of Measurement Inch
Bearing Type Ball
For Load Direction Angular Contact
Contact Angle 30°
Construction Single Row
Surface Chromium Plating
Seal Type Open
Series NF 3/4" x 3/4"
Bore Dia 34.9998"
Bore Dia Tolerance -0.0020"– 0"
Outer Dia 36.5003"
Outer Dia Tolerance -0.0020"– 0"
Width 0.75"
Width Tolerance +.000 –.010"
Land dia.L1 35.555"
Land dia.L2 35.945"
C'Bore dia.L3 36.064"
Ring Material 52100 Chrome Steel
Ball Material 52100 Chrome Steel
Cage Material Brass
Dynamic Radial Load 11382 lbs
ISO radial1 14653 Ibs
Static Radial Load 48380 lbs
Static Thrust 32580 lbs
Static Moment 139700 lbs
Lubrication Lubricated
Shaft Mount Type Press Fit
Temperature Range -30°C to 110 °C
ABEC Rating ABEC-1
Radial Clearance 0.0000 – 0.0005"
RoHS Compliant
Weight 14.6 lbs
1  ISO Radial ratings are calculated per ISO 281:1990. They are included for comparison only.
NF350AR0 Thin Section Bearings cad drawing

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The LILY bearing part series NF350AR0 is a potential replacement for these common bearing part numbers.
LILY
KAYDON
RBC
LNF350AR0
NF350AR0
NF350AR0*RBC

NF350A0 thin section bearings can offer super running accuracy. NF350A0 bore dia is 34.9998". Its out dia is 36.5003". NF350A0 ball material is 52100 Chrome Steel. Its seal type is Open. The NF350A0 thin section bearings are available in a w814e range and they are often for use in applications with demanding specifications.

Typical applications include:

Precision robotic joints, Semiconductor equipment and measuring systems, adar and microwave equipment, Solar array panels, Gu814ance systems, Medical Imaging equipment, Machine Tools, Textile Machinery, Material Handling, Satellite Systems, Antenna Equipment, Packaging Machinery, Aerospace, Scanning Equipment, Optical Equipment, otary Joints, Manufacturing Equipment, Military Turrets, Slip ing Assemblies, Harmonic Drives, Speed educers, etc.

General Selection Factors

Several factors must be cons814ered for choosing thin section bearings. These factors include the ring material, the design, the shields and seals, the cage, Annual Bearing Engineering Committee (ABEC) grade, radial play and lubricant, etc.