Misumi publishes mechanical components catalogs

  • December 19, 2007
  • News
December 19, 2007 - Schaumburg, IL-MISUMI USA, Inc. announces the immediate availability of its 2008 metric and inch catalogs of mechanical components. The Metric and Inch catalogs feature over 3,000 pages filled with 500,000 fixed and configurable mechanical components and other products for enhanced factory automation. Plus, these Misumi catalogs include over 6,000 new products, as well as over 3,000 products with additional sizes and material compositions. Highlights of the many new Misumi products offered in these products include:
  • Standard length linear shaft with shipping in one day. 450 straight and 198 tapped configurations are now available.
  • Misumi’s single axis actuators, with 208 configurations, available in just 11 working days and very competitively priced.
  • Self-lubricating linear bushings, with rated lifespan more than 3X average bushing life.
  • Linear guides with both rail and blocks with dowel holes to allow faster, easier and more accurate positioning.
  • Low-temp, black chrome plating on select products, ideal for corrosion prevention and in low-reflective working environments. This special coating process will not peel or flake.
  • Locating pins, where Misumi now offers more shapes and materials to suit most every application in industry. Metal and resin styles.
  • Urethane-coated rollers, with selectable thickness and hardness available. Nearly all these new products are the result of extensive market research and customer interviews, as Misumi seeks to marry its engineering skills to the needs of its many and growing market segments. New products offered in the Misumi catalogs for 2008 total over 6,000 About MISUMI USA, Inc.Located in Schaumburg, Illinois, MISUMI USA, Inc. was established in 1988 as a subsidiary of Japan based MISUMI Corporation. MISUMI USA, Inc. is a leading supplier of configurable and fixed components for factory automation. In addition, MISUMI USA, Inc. offers a range of press and plastic mold/die components, cutting tools and gauges. Learn More

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