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Godfrey, Kneeland, Jr. (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Volume 59, Number 2 (November 1954)

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So you think you're smart!,   pp. 46-53


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   How billet mill gets extra
bearing capacity in same space
Engineers who designed this 10-stand billet mill speci-
fied that the roll necks be mounted on Timken" Balanced
Proportion bearings. That's because Timken Balanced
Proportion bearings have load ratings up to 40%
higher than same-size bearings of older designs. And
they make possible a 50 to 60% increase in roll neck
strength which means greater rigidity and higher roll-
ing precision.
True rolling motion, high precision
  practically eliminate friction
All lines drawn coincident with the working surfaces
of the rollers and races of Timken bearings meet at a
common point on the bearing axis.This meansTimken
bearings are designed to give true rolling motion. And
they are precision manufactured to live up to their
design. Result: Timken bearings practically eliminate
friction, save power.
Want to learn more about
bearings or job opportunities?
Many of the engineering problems you'll face after
graduation will involve bearing applications. For help
in ler-ninc more shfult qN- rinD
TIMKEN
TAPERED ROLLER BEARINGS
write for the 270-page General In-
formation Manual on Timken bear-
ings. And for information about the
excellent job opportunities at the
Timken Company, write for a copy
of "This Is Timken". The Timken
Roller Bearing Company, Canton
6, Ohio.
NOT JUST A BALL 0  NOT JUST A ROLLER G= THE TIMKEN TAPERED ROLLER v
BEARING TAKES RADIAL    AND THRUST 4- LOADS OR ANY COMBINATION i
NOVEMBER, 1954
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