What is pillow block?

Answer A pillow block is a mounted bearing. Pillow blocks are used when the mounting surface is parallel to the shaft axis. The bearing usually comes with slots so that adjustments can be made during inst... Read More »

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What is a pillow block?

A pillow block, according to a 2007 academic thesis published by the University of Peurto Rico, is a mounted bearing. When the surface is parallel to a shaft axis, a pillow block is mounted on the ... Read More »

Who makes Link-Belt pillow block bearings?

Link-Belt pillow block bearings--along with many other power transmission and water management products--are manufactured by the Rexnord Corp., with headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Other bran... Read More »

Do you put the pillow under your chin when you're putting the pillow case on?

No, I put the pillows on my knees, extend the opening of the case and slide it over them. The pillows that is, not my knees.

A block of wood in the form of a cuboid 3″ × 9″ × 14″ has all its six faces painted blue. If the wooden block?

294. All of the ones touching the outside would have paint, so you just need to figure out how many DON'T. You will have one layer, since the top 1" and bottom 1" will have paint. Subtract the o... Read More »