Overview: Cam followers, also known as track rollers, are used to transfer linear or rotational motio
Ofen a cam follower will move along a flat surface or cylindrical object. A cam follower can withstand
radial loads caused by shock or heavy rolling as well as minor incident thrust loads. Cam followers c o
in two primary styles: stud and yoke.
● Applications : Ram support rollers, material handling and indexing equipment.
● Types :
Metric sizes (yoke type): STO, RSTO, NATR, NATR..PP, NATV..PP, NUTR, PWTR..2RS, NNTR..2Z,
NNTR..2ZL, RNA22..2RS, NA22..2RS, MCYR, MCYRR.
Metric sizes (stud type): KR, KR..PP, KRV, KRV..PP, NUKR, PWKR..2RS, MCFR, MCFRR, CF, CF..UU.
Inch sizes (yoke type): CYR, CYR..S, YCR, YCRS,Y, Y..S.
Inch sizes (stud type): CF, CF..S, CF..SB, CFH, CFH..S, CFH..SB, CR, CR..UU, CRV, CRVUU.
A CF12 cam follower is a type of roller bearing that is used in cam applications. The "CF" stands for "cam follower" and the "12" refers to the size of the bearing. The CF12 cam follower has a caged roller arrangement, which means that the rollers are held in place by a cage. This type of bearing is typically used in applications where there is a high degree of vibration or shock, as the cage helps to protect the rollers from damage.
Eccentric cam followers, also known as eccentric track rollers or eccentric stud-type cam followers, are a specific type of cam follower bearing designed with an eccentric collar or stud. These cam followers are used to transmit motion in mechanical systems where the follower's position needs to be adjusted or changed along the cam profile.