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Shaoxing Shangyu Flight Seiko Machinery Co., Ltd. Shaoxing Shangyu Flight Seiko Machinery Co., Ltd.
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Shaoxing Shangyu Flight Seiko Machinery Co., Ltd. (FTM), founded in 2006, is a professional China Unground Ball Bearing Manufacturers and OEM/ODM Unground Ball Bearing Suppliers.And it an enterprise focusing on the R&D, manufacturing and customization of non-standard bearings, high-precision bearings (import substitution) and bearing accessories and mechanical parts. With more than 30 years of technical design experience, FTM has earned reputation in the field of high-quality bearings. Our professional technical team provides domestic and foreign customers with high-quality bearing solutions in engineering machinery, textile machinery and other fields.

Relying on years of professional manufacturing and technical skills, FTM actively introduces advanced CNC machine tools from Japan to ensure product processing accuracy and stability. In addition, FTM bearing product research is guided by a doctor of tribology. We adhere to the corporate philosophy of innovation and development, and our products are exported to many countries and regions around the world. We have long been supporting and producing various types of bearings for many world-renowned companies, maintaining good production relationships. Rotate forever, inherit excellence, and create the future together. Choose FTM, and we will be your choice for bearing solutions.

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Unground Ball Bearing Industry knowledge

1.How does an unground ball bearing differ from a ground ball bearing?
An unground ball bearing differs from a ground ball bearing primarily in the level of precision and surface finish achieved during manufacturing:
Precision: Ground ball bearings undergo precision grinding processes to achieve extremely tight tolerances on the dimensions of the bearing components, such as the inner and outer races and the balls themselves. This ensures consistent performance and minimal variation in dimensions.
In contrast, unground ball bearings are manufactured without undergoing grinding processes, leading to slightly looser tolerances and potentially more variation in dimensions.
Surface Finish: Ground ball bearings have exceptionally smooth and precise surfaces due to the grinding process, reducing friction and wear during operation. This smooth surface finish contributes to improved performance and longevity.
Unground ball bearings may have rougher surface finishes compared to ground bearings, which can result in slightly higher friction and wear during operation.
Cost: Unground ball bearings are generally less expensive to manufacture compared to ground ball bearings due to the simpler manufacturing processes involved. However, they may not offer the same level of precision and performance in certain applications.
Applications: Ground ball bearings are typically used in applications where precise tolerances, smooth operation, and high performance are critical, such as precision machinery, aerospace components, and high-speed applications.

2.What applications are unground ball bearings commonly used in?
Unground ball bearings, also known as miniature ball bearings or non-precision ball bearings, find application in various industries where high precision is not required but reliable performance in low-speed, low-load conditions is necessary. 
Consumer Electronics: Unground ball bearings are used in small electric motors found in appliances like electric toothbrushes, small cooling fans, and miniature hobbyist robots.
Automotive: These bearings may be used in automotive components such as windshield wipers, power windows, power seats, and HVAC systems.
Medical Devices: They are found in various medical devices such as pumps, compressors, and small motors used in medical equipment.
Instrumentation: Unground ball bearings are used in various measuring instruments, laboratory equipment, and small machinery where precision requirements are not stringent.
Model Making and Hobbyist Applications: In hobbies such as model trains, RC cars, aircraft, and drones, unground ball bearings are used in small motors and moving parts.
Office Equipment: Small motors and mechanisms in printers, scanners, copiers, and other office equipment often use unground ball bearings.
Toys: Many toys, particularly those with small motors or moving parts, utilize unground ball bearings for smooth operation.
Industrial Equipment: They may be found in low-load, low-speed applications in industrial equipment such as conveyor systems, packaging machinery, and small power tools.
Aerospace: In certain non-critical applications within aerospace, such as actuators in cabin amenities or entertainment systems, unground ball bearings might be used.
Home Appliances: Unground ball bearings are used in various home appliances such as electric mixers, blenders, and kitchen gadgets.

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