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Linear Motion Online Classroom - May

May 03, 2010 - Rockford, IL  -  Posted by Zach Olson


Have you encountered binding or stick-slip on your linear bearings? You may have broken the 2:1 Rule!

Common Signs:
 - Binding or ceased linear travel
 - Machine downtime
 - Troubleshooting and re-design


Jonathon Schroeder in the classroomCourse Description:
PBC Linear Engineer, Jon Schroeder, discusses the importance of the 2:1 rule in design considerations for linear motion applications.

For online viewing click on “Class is In Session” or download the Technical Whitepaper on “Demystifying the 2:1 Ratio.

class video
Over 25 years of proven success in linear motion that encompasses several different industries has given PBC Linear unique insight to a range of product technologies and design engineering methods. Our team of engineers strives daily to find new and innovative ways to meet the most difficult challenges in linear motion.


Demystifing the 2:1 Ratio and the Stick Slip Phenomenon

A Technical Whitepaper Explaining the Theory Behind the Binding Ratio and How it Relates to Stick-Slip

classroom whitepaper


  Learn to
  spot the
  2:1 rule
  by heading
  into PBC   Linear’s
  Online Class

classroom video


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