C&U Bearings for Robotics applications
C&U manufactures a range of bearings suitable for applications in industrial robotics equipment. Our bearings are designed to be be lightweight and compact, and provide design flexibility. Strict, high-tech manufacturing processes and quality assurance measures ensure the production of bearings that minimize friction and provide superior running accuracy.
Ceramic ball bearings
C&U ceramic ball bearings’ construction facilitates high-speed operation, high temperature resistance, and durability that exceeds standard steel ball bearings. C&U’s ceramic ball bearings’ advanced design and materials allow for highest precision manufacturing tolerances. This helps eliminate noise, friction, and vibration and maximizes performance and durability in advanced robotic assemblies.
Hybrid ceramic ball bearings
C&U hybrid ceramic ball bearings are engineered to maximize the benefits of ceramic ball and steel bearing construction, Their insulating properties eliminate the risk of electrical erosion, creating the ultimate in durability and performance. Hybrid ceramic bearings provide longer service life than all-steel bearings in most applications. Hybrid ceramic bearings also generate less vibration than all-steel bearings, lowering noise levels. They are ideal for applications in industrial robotic assembly lines
As the name suggests, precision bearings are defined by their ability to deliver accuracy and speed, as well as high rigidity. C&U precision bearings are engineered using advanced technologies, high standards, and the most stringent quality assurance measures. This helps guarantee the highest levels of accuracy and rotation speeds and the ultimate in durability. In addition, our advanced manufacturing processes create precision bearings with super-quiet operation and minimum heat generation. These bearings are ideal for a variety of applications and industries and are often employed in robotic applications.
Tapered roller bearings
Tapered bearings are equipped with truncated cone-shape rollers and fall into three types: small-cone angle, mid-cone angle, and large-cone angle. The larger the contact angle, the larger the axial load capacity. C&U tapered roller bearings are used in a wide variety of applications and are designed to absorb force and maintain shaft alignment. They are built to run quietly and accurately, minimize friction, excel at high speeds, and provide long service life in robotic and CNC equipment.Back to top