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Bearing drawings

Bearing drawings

Bearing drawings

(OP)
Hello!

I'm looking for a exploded view drawing of a ball bearing and a roller bearing.
Do you know where to find it?

Thank you!

RE: Bearing drawings

I don't know where you can find drawings, but if .avi files are enouth, try the SKF interactive engineering catalogue.

RE: Bearing drawings

PartSpec has the drawings of bearings, all kinds.  If you are a memeber of Thomas Register, you can get a copy of the software and it comes with a load of drawings from bearings to pumps that the manufacture gives them.  It usaully is in Autocad format.  I have the PartSpec here, if you know what manufacture you are looking for along with a type and size of bearing I can look it up for you.

alexd@caddadvantage.com

RE: Bearing drawings

(OP)
I'm looking for a general ball bearing and a general roller bearing, their specs are not important.
Could you send me the drawings?

Thank you!

RE: Bearing drawings

Heitor-

Do you want 2D or 3D?  What cad system are you using and what version of file format would you prefer?  I also need an address to send it to.

Alex

RE: Bearing drawings

Heitor-

Forgot, I have numerous suppliers on that disk, so if you had a rough idea of shaft diameter or a part number of a vendor.  If not I can just send a bearing drawing of someone like Berg. I have the following cad systems that I can save in their format.  SolidDesigner 11.6, SolidWorks 2001 Plus, Autocad 2002, and SolidEdge.  I can save in Iges, Step, Asic, Packages, and Dwg, Dxf and so on and so on.

Alex

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