Diamond Case Shafting
Chemical Composition
  • 1060 carbon or 440C Stainless
Properties
  • Material - 1060 or 440C stainless
  • Roundness - Superior
  • Cylindricity - High
  • Straightness - .001/.002 TIR cumulative
  • Surface Finish - 8 RMS or better
Typical Uses
Diamond Case Shafting is made from 1060 steel that is induction case hardened.  This provides a high wear resistant surface and in conjunction with linear ball bearings, roller type bearings, or Teflon composite bearings, can be used in numerous applications.  A corrosion resistant 440C stainless steel shafting, case hardened and precision ground, is also available.

Diamond Case Shafting

Diamond Case Linear Shafting is produced from 1060 carbon or 440C stainless steel.  Diamond Case Shafting is made from 1060 steel that is induction case hardened.  This provides a high wear resistant surface and in conjunction with linear ball bearings, roller type bearings, or Teflon composite bearings, can be used in numerous applications.  A corrosion resistant 440C stainless steel shafting, case hardened and precision ground, is also available.

  • Dimensional Tolerance - See catalog pages 19-4 & 19-5
  • Roundness - Superior
  • Cylindricity - High
  • Straightness - .001/.002 TIR cumulative
  • Surface Finish - 8 RMS or better
  • Hardness - See catalog pages 19-4 & 19-5
  • Depth of Hardness - See catalog pages 19-4 & 19-5