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Absolute location low wear bearing for an imaging apparatus










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #6390700.

A bearing for an imaging apparatus includes a first bearing flank including a first bearing surface having a shape in cross-section defined by a first arc having a first radius extending from a first surface axis. The bearing further includes a second bearing flank including a second bearing surface having a shape in cross-section defined by a second arc having a second radius extending from a second surface axis. The first bearing flank and the second bearing flank are structured and adapted such that the first bearing surface and the second bearing surface together in cross-section form a concave shape, and such that the first bearing surface and the second bearing surface are non-concentric. Alternatively, the first and second bearing flanks can be replaced by roller bearings.








 
 
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