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    jonm's Avatar
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    irvine this may be one for you
    would it be possible to use one 35mm profile rail and one bearing block on a z axis the block is 70 mm wide x 112

    dynamic load for block is 49kn

    just a thought

  2. do you mean vertically? for a plasma torch?

  3. This would work, but a masive overkil, you could do the same with one HGR15 and HGW15

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    irvine, gary
    for a wood router

  5. It would be better to use two of the HGR15 rails.
    The HGR35 would work, but it is better to keep the height of the rail as low as possible, so using two smaller rails would e better.

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    gary
    would two 15mm rails and one bearing per rail work

  7. For a plasma it would not be a problem, but a router it would be better to have two bearings per rail.

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    gary
    might just go for your 20mm rail kit

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