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A rolling-element bearing, also known as a rolling bearing,is a bearing which carries a load by placing rolling elements (such as balls or rollers) between two bearing rings called races. The relative motion of the races causes the rolling elements to roll with very little rolling resistance and with little sliding.

One of the earliest and best-known rolling-element bearings are sets of logs laid on the ground with a large stone block on top. As the stone is pulled, the logs roll along the ground with little sliding friction. As each log comes out the back, it is moved to the front where the block then rolls on to it. It is possible to imitate such a bearing by placing several pens or pencils on a table and placing an item on top of them. See "bearings" for more on the historical development of bearings.

A rolling element rotary bearing uses a shaft in a much larger hole, and cylinders called "rollers" tightly fill the space between the shaft and hole. As the shaft turns, each roller acts as the logs in the above example. However, since the bearing is round, the rollers never fall out from under the load.

SKF BFSB 353312/HA1 Cojinetes personalizados

38,1 47,625
IKO BA 2410 Z

SKF BFSB 353210 Cojinetes tensos

0.5 kN 30 mm

SKF BFSB 353901/HA4 Cojinetes de rodillo

3.15 Inch | 80 Milli 1.535 Inch | 39 Mill
Single Row Ball Bear 3

SKF 351573 Cojinetes de rodillos

0.625 in 16 mm
18 mm YEL 210-115-2F

SKF BFSB 353247 Cojinetes de empuje

167 mm NSK
8 mm 39,688 mm

SKF BFSB 353285/HA4 Cojinetes personalizados

11 7.75 kN
Metric 120 °C

SKF BFS 8000/HA1 Cojinetes tensos

B04144 31
1,5 mm 120

SKF 350998 Cojinetes de rodillo

0692314597026 NTN

SKF 353164 Cojinetes de rodillos

60 mm 0.477 Kg

SKF BFSB 353205 Cojinetes de empuje

60000 r/min 1.7 cm³
44 N/µm 17