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Number: 384/514
Name: Bearings > Rotary bearing > Antifriction bearing > Radial bearing > Ball bearing > Specified bearing race structure > Strictly conical contact surface
Description: Subject matter wherein the race comprises a strictly, i.e., not rounded, conical surface on which the ball rolls.

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5048982 Rotary structure Sep. 17, 1991
5027023 Electric motor including reduction-gear and circuit Jun. 25, 1991
4993851 Rotary structure Feb. 19, 1991
4958945 Spindle unit Sep. 25, 1990
4958943 Ball bearing Sep. 25, 1990
4934843 Rotary structure Jun. 19, 1990
4909640 Ball bearing Mar. 20, 1990
4042188 Yarn package support bearing Aug. 16, 1977
3948577 Spindle assemblies for machine tools Apr. 6, 1976

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