NSK ball screw for next-generation, high-accuracy machine tools - NSK has developed a new type of ball screw that exhibits reduced motion errors to deliver higher surface finish quality for machine tools used in mould and die machining and other surface-critical applications.
Authorities confiscate significant haul of counterfeit NSK bearings - The recent discovery of a large number of counterfeit NSK bearings in Johannesburg, South Africa, highlights the need to remain vigilant in the face of criminals who look to put the safety and integrity of industrial machinery and ...
NSK to set future of rail in motion at InnoTrans 2022 - At the InnoTrans 2022 international exhibition for transport technology (20-23 September, Berlin), NSK will showcase a full suite of bearing solutions for locomotive axlebox, traction motor and gearbox applications.
NSK ball screws drive perfection in lens edging - An Italy-based specialist serving the optical industry is benefitting from the precision and high-quality motion of NSK ball screws in its innovative lens cutting machines.
Master of deep-hole drilling insists on NSK products: NSK's ground ball screws, linear roller guides and super-precision ball bearings are helping IMSA to consolidate its position of excellence in the field of specialised deep-hole drilling machines, which are particularly popular for mould-making ...
NSK Silver-Lube® bearings withstand wash-down fluids on bottling line conveyor - In operations where contact with process fluid is unavoidable, poorly specified bearings that fail prematurely can prove costly in maintenance labour and production downtime.
NSK Silver-Lube® bearings bring long service life to food industry applications: Continuous high speeds, demanding hygiene standards and challenging operating conditions call for robust, reliable bearings that deliver cost-effective production at food and beverage plants.
NSK doubles bearing life in continuous casting machine application: Cylindrical roller bearings mounted to a continuous casting machine were only lasting 1-2 months prior to failure at a major steelmaking plant in Europe.