FAG thrust ball bearings are a type of bearing designed to handle axial loads that are perpendicular to the bearing’s axis. They consist of a series of small balls arranged in a groove running along the bearing’s inner and outer races. This design allows for high-speed operation, precision control, and excellent load distribution. FAG thrust ball bearings are commonly used in applications such as automotive transmissions, machine tool spindles, and heavy-duty machinery equipment.
The shaft parts of machine tools, especially the spindle, are generally assembled with rolling bearings or sliding bearings and rotate at a high speed, sometimes generating high heat. If this phenomenon is not eliminated in time, it will cause the fag bearing to overheat and cause the temperature of the corresponding parts of the machine tool to rise, resulting in thermal deformation. In serious cases, the height of the spindle and tailstock will be unequal, which will not only affect the accuracy and machining accuracy of the machine tool itself, but also burn out the bearing.