Mini Linear Guides
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The date of payment from buyers deliver within days

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Zhejiang

Validity to:
Longterm effective

Last update:
20180923 12:00

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TRN/TRW series mini linear guides are suitable for small automation equipment, with standard type (rail width 7mm15mm) and widened type (rail width 14mm30mm).
TRN/TRW series miniature linear guides are small in size, light in weight, precise in positioning, low in noise, smooth in operation, simple to install, and interchangeable with HIWIN and IKO products.
CHTR Product 
HIWIN Product 
IKO Product 
TRN Series 
MGN Series 
ML Series 
TRW Series 
MGW Series 
MLF Series 
TRN/TRW miniature linear guideways are mainly used in semiconductor manufacturing equipment, medical equipment.
Model 
H 
H1 
N 
W1 
W2 
W3 
L1 
L2 
L3 
L4 
Mxd 
H3 
Weight 
TRN7C 
8 
1.5 
5 
17 
12 
2.5 
23.5 
8 
14.3 
 
M2x2.5 
1.5 
10g 
TRN7H 
8 
1.5 
5 
17 
12 
2.5 
31 
12 
21.6 
 
M2x2.5 
1.5 
14g 
TRN9C 
10 
2 
5.5 
20 
15 
2.5 
30 
10 
20.8 
 
M3x3 
2.2 
19g 
TRN9H 
10 
2 
5.5 
20 
15 
2.5 
40.5 
15 
30.9 
 
M3x3 
2.2 
28g 
TRN12C 
13 
3 
7.5 
27 
20 
3.5 
34 
15 
21.6 
 
M3x3.5 
2.7 
35g 
TRN12H 
13 
3 
7.5 
27 
20 
3.5 
44 
20 
32 
 
M3x3.5 
2.7 
52g 
TRN15C 
16 
4 
8.5 
32 
25 
3.5 
42 
20 
27.8 
 
M3x4 
3.1 
64g 
TRN15H 
16 
4 
8.5 
32 
25 
3.5 
57 
25 
42.7 
62 
M3x4 
3.1 
95g 
TRW7C 
9 
1.9 
5.5 
25 
19 
3 
31.2 
10 
21 
 
M3x3 
1.8 
20g 
TRW7H 
9 
1.9 
5.5 
25 
19 
3 
41 
19 
30.8 
 
M3x3 
1.8 
29g 
TRW9C 
12 
2.9 
6 
30 
21 
4.5 
39.3 
12 
27.5 
 
M3x3 
2.4 
40g 
TRW9H 
12 
2.9 
6 
30 
23 
3.5 
50.7 
24 
38.5 
 
M3x3 
2.4 
57g 
TRW12C 
14 
3 
8 
40 
28 
6 
44 
15 
31 
 
M3x3.5 
3.2 
76g 
TRW12H 
14 
3 
8 
40 
28 
6 
59 
28 
46.3 
 
M3x3.5 
3.2 
111g 
TRW15C 
16 
4 
9 
60 
45 
7.5 
55 
20 
39 
60 
M4x4.5 
3.2 
140g 
TRW15H 
16 
4 
9 
60 
45 
7.5 
74.5 
35 
58.3 
79 
M4x4.5 
3.2 
204g 
Data unit is mm
Linear motion (also called rectilinear motion^{[1]}) is a onedimensional motion along a straight line, and can therefore be described mathematically using only one spatial dimension. The linear motion can be of two types: uniform linear motion with constant velocity or zero acceleration; non uniform linear motion with variable velocity or nonzero acceleration. The motion of a particle (a pointlike object) along a line can be described by its position {\displaystyle x}, which varies with {\displaystyle t} (time). An example of linear motion is an athlete running 100m along a straight track.^{[2]}
Linear motion is the most basic of all motion. According to Newton's first law of motion, objects that do not experience any net force will continue to move in a straight line with a constant velocity until they are subjected to a net force. Under everyday circumstances, external forces such as gravity and friction can cause an object to change the direction of its motion, so that its motion cannot be described as linear.^{[3]}
One may compare linear motion to general motion. In general motion, a particle's position and velocity are described by vectors, which have a magnitude and direction. In linear motion, the directions of all the vectors describing the system are equal and constant which means the objects move along the same axis and do not change direction. The analysis of such systems may therefore be simplified by neglecting the direction components of the vectors involved and dealing only with the magnitude.^{[2]}
Neglecting the rotation and other motions of the Earth, an example of linear motion is the ball thrown straight up and falling back straight down.
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