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Split cage for rolling elements

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #5178474.

A rolling element cage made particularly of polymeric material in which rolling elements are guided in pockets and which is split at at least one point of its periphery, the cage ends delimiting the separating gap being formed by crossbars which comprise projections and corresponding recesses which fix these cage ends at least in the axial direction by interlocking, characterized in that the recesses in the crossbar forming the respective cage end extend into the adjacent pocket and, when the separating gap is closed, the projections projecting into the recesses extend at the most upto the delimiting surface of the pocket facing the cage end.

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