iglide® plastic bearings are able to outperform metal bearing options in a wide range of industries and applications. In this eBook, explore common misconceptions
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Design Basics: Plastic Bearings
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Learn how making the switch from metal to composite plastic bearings can eliminate bearing maintenance, increase service life, reduce corrosion and wear, and more.
Plastic Bearings Have Staying Power
In this white paper, uncover common misconceptions and learn the true reliability of tribologically-optimized plastic bearings.
Webinar - Why Plastic Bearings Are Actually Superior to Metal
In this webinar, you'll discover the reliability of plastic bearings, learn about the course of real-life testing they endure to prove their strength, find out about the range of specialized materials
Why use iglide® plastic bushings? Our customers answer
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iglide®: The Material
An in-depth look at iglide® plastic bearing materials from igus®.
White Paper - True Cost of Bearing Lubrication
This white paper explains how much it actually costs to lubricate a ball bearing and the cost saving benefits of switching to a self-lubricating plastic bearing.
How to Use the igus® Bearing Product Selector
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igus dry tech test lab
Take a look inside the igus® self-lubricating bearings lab. Over 15,000 tribology tests are run each year in our massive 29,600 square foot lab. Learn more at www.igus.com/testlab.
Lower Drive Force and Friction with Hybrid Linear Bearings
Learn how hybrid linear bearings can reduce bearing friction, reduce required drive force, and allow system functionality without conforming to the 2:1 rule.
Clever Plastics - Bearings for Special Applications
A showcase of special applications in which igus® iglide® bearings improve upon standard metal bearings. iglide® is a low cost, self-lubricated, dirt resistant, UV resistant, and light weight solution
6 Reasons for Plastic Spherical Bearings
In most applications, plastic spherical bearings deliver a better performance than metal. Lean 6 reasons why engineers should consider using plastic spherical bearings.
Introduction to the igus dry-tech Bearings box at MD&M West
This video introduces the igus dry-tech bearings box at MD&M West. This box helps engineers choose the right bearing for almost any application. This includes dirty environments, low coefficient of fr
drylin® E7 vs PTFE-lined Linear Bearings
This whitepaper will compare how drylin E7 linear bearings outperform a competitive linear plain bearing technology, which uses a PTFE-based, bonded liner, in both wear and friction testing.
Webinar - Discover the World of Plastic Bearings
Discover the World of Plastic Bearings. Presented by igus and hosted by Globalspec on August 21, 2013. igus Product managers Matt Mowry and Nicole Lang discuss plastic bearing technology and applicati
Plastic ball bearings
xiros plastic ball bearings from igus provide an economic alternative for many applications where using conventional metal ball bearings would be problematic. For example, in applications where the fo
Ball bearing test
Metal ball bearing vs. polymer ball bearing in 2 hour long electroplating experiment.
Plastic bushing is made from renewable materials
igus® has developed a new ecological plastic bushing made from 54 percent raw, renewable materials. iglide® N54 plastic bushings use vegetable oil rather than more traditionally used crude oil.
Webinar - The True Cost of Bearing Lubrication