The pyramids of ancient Egypt, barstools, gearsets in car transmissions, and the earthquake-proof San Francisco International Airport all have one unlikely thing in common: bearings. While relatively simple to understand, the difference that using a bearing makes can be massive. And the reason is simple: according to basic physics, things that roll meet less frictional resistance than things that slide. Aptly named, bearings “bear” the load by using smooth metal for the balls or rollers, and the inner and outer surfaces they roll against to minimize the contact area and allow for less friction and smoother movement.


Read more »


Recent Twitter Posts

 Semiconductor's Certifications and Memberships
Thank You for Visiting Planeparts 360.

If You Want to Stay Up to Date On Our Latest Promotions, You Can Sign Up for ASAP Semiconductor’S Email Campaign by Clicking Here.

Request for Quote

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it.