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What is the difference between a bearing and a shaft?
- Jan 01, 2019 -

Shaft: Usually, it refers to the cylindrical profile surface of the workpiece, and also includes the non-cylindrical outer surface (the enclosed surface formed by two parallel planes or cut surfaces)


The bearing is a part supporting the shaft, which can guide the rotation of the shaft, and can also bear the parts that are idle on the shaft. The bearing can be divided into a rolling bearing and a sliding bearing. Generally speaking, the bearing refers to a rolling bearing.

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