NEW: Slim bearings Type LSC with new size LSC 4
From now on, the LSC4 series of slim bearings with elastomer will be extended by the smallest type...
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Read more about innovative projects in our new online-customer-magazine.
You will find interesting cover stories, expert-interviews and more about Franke inside. The magazine can also be...
Take the opportunity to put your hands on Franke Wire Race Bearings and Aluminium Linear Systems. Our exhibiton teams are looking forward to seeing you. Dates of exhibitions:
For our Korean customers or product catalogue is now available in Korean language.
Our new brochure will give you detailled information on Franke bearings with housing parts of carbon (CFRP).
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Our new website will provide with
In its January issue the German magazine KEM prints an essay on Franke light weight bearings.
The challenge: the ultra-lightweight carbon bearing
If you really want lightweight design carbon fiber reinforced plastic laminate (CFRP) - called in everyday language Carbon...
Franke Wire Race Bearings give engineers almost unlimited possibilities for the design of the mating structure, especially in terms of design and material variants. Materials, such as steel,...
British company SLIDESHOT uses Franke light weight aluminium linear systems to create camera sliders for shooting video.
Erleben Sie die Vorzüge der Franke Linearsysteme in unserer neuen Animation.
New Zealand located company SHOTOVER uses Franke special bearings to move their gyroscope for aerial photography and movies. Watch the camera in action:
Because wire race bearings offer possibilities like no other bearing principle. Here comes a little different way to explain the funtion of wire race bearings.
Franke wire race bearings in a hubless wheel of a racecar reduce the masses and give space to integrate brake-systems in the center of the rim.
Our production and mounting departments have been furnished with new tools and machines to manufacture bearing assmblies in diameters up to KKØ 1,800mm.