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Not really. You would need a housing with a 7mm bore. What are you hoping to do as I may have another solution?
Answered by Paul | 12/10/2015, 10:10
I'm hoping to make a chassis out of makerbeams to attach mecanum wheels to. The reason for opting for makerbeams is that I intend to experiment moving the wheels around to try performance in different configurations (balance, speed, etc). The mecanum wheels have 3mm bores on them (which it is looking like I may have to widen). My intention was to find a coupler to connect a 3mm shaft to a servo and use a 3mm bearing for load support.
Answered by Ben | 12/10/2015, 10:47
Check out our Igus bearings as they lend themselves quite well to mounting on MakerBeam. We also have aluminium pillow block bearings in 5mm and 6mm bore. Once you know the shaft size, we can suggest a product.
What is the precision class of this ball bearings, technical file is available? and what is the brand.
Asked by Marius Petrescu | 13/06/2014, 06:35 | 1 answer(s)
The tolerance of these bearings is -0.008 +0mm
We do not publish a class rating for our bearings or a brand.
We have been buying direct from the same factory for 8 years now because of the quality.