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Number: 384/495
Name: Bearings > Rotary bearing > Antifriction bearing > Radial bearing > Ball bearing > Self-aligning
Description: Subject matter wherein the bearing is automatically adjustable to compensate for flexure, pivoting or axial displacement of a shaft.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
384/496 Ball to larger spherical surface 11
384/498 Conforming spherical surfaces 34


Patents under this class:
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4575263 Bearing device Mar. 11, 1986
4573809 Shaft mounting Mar. 4, 1986
4555190 Clutch release bearing assembly Nov. 26, 1985
4555189 Winchester disc drive Nov. 26, 1985
4478325 Self-adjusting bearing Oct. 23, 1984
4472005 Bearing ring or the like with set screw Sep. 18, 1984
4135763 Wheels for roller skates and the like Jan. 23, 1979
4120538 Pillow block including plurality of self-aligning linear motion bearings Oct. 17, 1978
4035040 Self-aligning wheel mounting structure Jul. 12, 1977
3955861 Oscillating bearing supports May. 11, 1976

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