The double-axis guide is a high-speed guide that was developed in Germany. It is comprised of an integrally formed slider and roller.
The biaxial core of the guide can be classified into two types: inner clamp and outer clamp. The inner clamp type double axis has the slider located inside the guide rail, while the outer clamp type double axis has the slider located outside the guide rail.
A double-axis guide is a device made of metal or other materials that can withstand, secure, or guide a moving device or equipment and reduce its friction.
It features longitudinal grooves or ridges on its surface that help to guide and secure machine parts, special equipment, instruments, and other items.
Guide rails, which are also referred to as slide rails, linear guides, or linear slide rails, are designed for linear reciprocating applications and have a higher rated load than linear bearings.
They can bear a certain amount of torque and achieve high-precision linear motion even under high loads.
The application of guide rails in our daily lives is very common, as seen in the sliding doors, train rails, and other similar applications.
Guide rails can also be used on any machine or equipment that requires sliding, such as elevator rails and, occasionally, for curtains.