Thin-walled bearings are designed with thin cross-sections relative to their diameter. They are used in applications where space is limited and the requirement is for reduced weight and friction. There are various types of thin-walled bearings, and their sizes can vary depending on the specific design and application.

Thin-walled bearings types

Deep Groove Ball Bearings

Sizes: The sizes can vary widely, ranging from small bearings with an inner diameter of a few millimeters to larger bearings with several hundred millimeters in diameter.

Angular Contact Ball Bearings

Sizes: Angular contact thin-walled bearings come in various sizes, catering to different load and speed requirements. The dimensions typically include inner and outer diameters, width, and contact angle.

Four-Point Contact Ball Bearings

Sizes: These bearings are designed to handle both radial and axial loads. The sizes can range from relatively small to larger diameters, depending on the specific application.

Cylindrical Roller Bearings

Sizes: Cylindrical roller bearings have various sizes, including inner and outer diameters, width, and different configurations such as single-row, double-row, or multi-row designs.

Tapered Roller Bearings

Sizes: Tapered roller bearings have varying sizes based on factors like the cone and cup dimensions, which include inner and outer diameters, width, and cone angle.

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