The linear ball bearing system within the gaging probe reduces radial play to a minute level and minimizes friction for ultra-precise measurement. The bearing assembly utilizes two circumferential rows of miniature balls. The balls ride on a non-rotating plunger. The plunger is hardened to Rockwell 65, hard-chrome plated and precision ground for optimal repeatability and resistance to brinelling. The contact end of the plunger has a removable tungsten carbide ball tip. Plunger and bearings are enclosed in a cylindrical housing, hand-honed and fit to the ball bearing assembly. Precision fitting provides for exceptional repeatability. With the bearings and housing matched in hardness, the plungers can better tolerate side loads for a longer life cycle.
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