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The RA series of liner roller guides use rollers rather than balls which offer the best characteristics of the NSK linear Range. They are recommended for top end high machine performance offering high load capacity, high motion accuracy and high rigidity.

Super-high load capacity - Using the largest rollers possible combined with advanced analysis technology allows long life and high impact resistance.

Super-high rigidity - Using an optimal design for the shape of the rail and roller slides gives excellent rigidity.

Super-high motion accuracy - Designing optimal roller slide specifications through simulation of rolling element passage allows damping of vibrations.

Smooth motion - Retaining pieces between rollers restrains skewing thereby achieving smooth motion.

RA linear guides have four precision accuracy grades rated from P3 to P6, the lower the number the better the accuracy.

As standard the RA series rail is P6 which is suitable for most applications, however if super high accuracy is required then P5 to P3 can be specified. Due to the production techniques used by NSK in most applications standard products offer more than enough accuracy and preload.

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short block carriages

Available sizes

RAA25AN RAA30AN RAA35AN RAA45AN RAA55AN RAA65AN

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LONG BLOCK CARRIAGES

Available sizes

RAA25BN RAA30BN RAA35BN RAA45BN RAA55BN RAA65BN

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SHORT LOW HEIGHT BLOCK CARRIAGES

Available sizes

RAA25AL RAA30AL RAA35AL RAA45AL RAA55AL

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LONG LOW HEIGHT BLOCK CARRIAGES

Available sizes

RAA25BL RAA30BL RAA35BL RAA45BL RAA55BL

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SHORT FLANGE CARRIAGES

Available sizes

RAA25EM RAA30EM RAA35EM RAA45EM RAA55EM RAA65EM

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LONG FLANGE CARRIAGES

Available sizes

RAA25GM RAA30GM RAA35GM RAA45GM RAA55GM RAA65GM

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NSK K1 lubrication units can be equipped to this series of linear guide. They are attached to both sides of the carriage and are made of a porous synthetic resign containing large volumes of lubricating oil that seeps out during the movement of the carriage on the rail. This has the benefit of reducing maintenance costs compared to a conventional lubricating system.