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Bearing design

Bearing design

Bearing design

I am in need of example detail drawings to manufacturing bearings. all types. I am trying to learn as much as I can as quickly as I can. I need to detail bearings and do not have that type of experience. I understand there is much to learn but I just want some examples to start from.

RE: Bearing design

I would suggest your visit to a good technical library or take a quick seminar on the subject. The information is vast as well as several good text books.

RE: Bearing design

I am only interested in the formatting of the design information at this point. I also realize there is alot of information out there but I do not have detail type drawings to reference. I am at the early stages or infancy in the manufacturing of the various bearing parts. I do not need numbers those could even be eradicated.

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