LM Guide Global Standard Size Model HSR


  • HSR-A

    The flange of its LM block has tapped holes.

  • HSR-LA

    The LM block has the same cross-sectional shape as model HSR-A, but has a longer overall LM block length (L) and a greater rated load.

  • HSR-B

    The flange of the LM block has through holes. Used in places where the table cannot have through holes for mounting bolts.

  • HSR-LB

    The LM block has the same cross-sectional shape as model HSR-B, but has a longer overall LM block length (L) and a greater rated load.

  • HSR-R

    Having a smaller LM block width (W) and tapped holes, this model is optimal for compact design.

  • HSR-LR

    The LM block has the same cross-sectional shape as model HSR-R, but has a longer overall LM block length (L) and a greater rated load.

  • HSR-YR

    When using two units of LM Guide facing each other, the previous model required much time in machining the table and had difficulty achieving the desired accuracy and adjusting the clearance.Since model HSR-YR has tapped holes on the side of the LM block, a simpler structure is gained and significant man-hour cutting and accuracy increase can be achieved.

  • HSR-CA

    Has six tapped holes on the LM block.

  • HSR-CB

    Six-bolt type.
    The LM block has six through holes. Used in places where the table cannot have through holes for mounting bolts.

  • HSR-HA

    The LM block has the same cross-sectional shape as model HSR-CA, but has a longer overall LM block length (L) and a greater rated load.

  • HSR-HB

    The LM block has the same sectional shape as model HSR-CB, but has a longer overall LM block length (L) and a greater rated load.

  • HSR-HR

    Large types of model HSR that can be used in large-scale machine tools and building structures.