Caged Ball Spline SLS/SLF

  • Model SLS
    (medium-load type)

  • Model SLS-L
    (heavy-load type)

    A heavy-load type with the same outer diameter as model SLS and a longer spline nut. It is optimal in cases where a large torque is applied in a small space, and in cases where an overhang load or moment is applied.

  • Model SLF
    (medium-load type)

    This type is equipped with a flange that enables the product to be secured to the housing using bolts. It can easily be assembled, and allows a shorter housing than securing it using a key.

  • High Torque Model LBS

  • LBS

    The most compact type with a straight cylindrical spline nut. When transmitting a torque, a key is driven into the body. The outer surface of the spline nut is provided with anti-carbonation treatment.

  • LBST

    A heavy load type that has the same spline nut diameter as model LBS, but has a longer spline nut length.It is optimal for locations where the space is small, a large torque is applied, and an overhang load or moment load is applied.

  • LBF

    The spline nut can be attached to the housing via the flange, making assembly simple.It is optimal for locations where the housing may be deformed if a keyway is machined on its surface, and where the housing width is small.
    Since it allows a dowel pin to be driven into the flange, angular backlash occurring in the fitting can completely be eliminated.

  • LBR

    Based on the heavy load type model LBST, this model has a flange in the central area, making itself optimal for locations under a moment load such as arms of industrial robots.

  • LBH

    Its rigid rectangular spline nut does not require a housing and can be directly mounted on the machine body. Thus, a compact, highly rigid linear guide system is achieved.