Linear Bearing Slides
Capable of holding the heaviest of objects, our Linear Slide Rails are available in different styles and sizes capable of carrying up to 750 lbs weight capacity per carriage or add more to double your weight carrying capabilities. Each rail and carriage are made from hardened steel with a hidden rotating style bearing system.
What's more impressive is our Linear Slide Rails lengths come in sizes up to 84" (inch) long, in 10" (inch) increments. You can simply add more units to build a custom length rail system.
Capable of holding the heaviest of jobs and when coupled with a Linear Actuator, you have yourself a complete Automated trouble-free system.
Top Blog Posts on Slide Rails
In many Linear Actuator applications, you may need additional supports to help move your desired object or to protect your linear actuator from uneven loads. Generally, you’ll have two choices of supports you have to pick from; Linear Guides and Drawer Slides. But what is the difference?
Linear Guides or linear rail slides are support devices that are used to help carry loads and ensure straight and level linear motion. Linear guides will usually consist of two components; the sliding carriage and the rail. The sliding carriage is the element that moves along the rail and supports the attached load.
In this Tutorial, we show you how to adjust the central bearing on Firgelli Automations heavy duty (FA-SGR-35) and mini linear track rail (FA-SGR-15N). Adjusting the tension of your slide rails may be an important detail that needs to be carefully controlled. We go into detail on how to achieve this.
In this Tutorial, we show you how to adjust the central bearing on Firgelli Automations heavy duty (FA-SGR-35) and mini linear track rail (FA-SGR-15N). Adjusting...
Drawer slides can be as easy or as hard as you allow them, and it all depends on what type of slide you choose. In this guide we are going to cover the many different types of Drawer slides on the market, the many different ways a slide can be fitted into a cabinet, and then some help tips for you to decide which is the ideal type you need for your application.