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ABEG® in the machine tool industry

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ABEG® method

More assurance in your choice of rolling bearings – With ABEG® you will find the technically and economically optimum rolling bearing for every application.

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ABEG® Quickfinder

Choosing the right roller bearing – quickly and easily. Choosing the optimum roller bearing or plain bearing is extremely easy with our online tool ABEG® Quickfinder.

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With rising timber prices and increasing competition, there is a strong focus on efficiency in the processing and production of woodworking machines. Raimann Holzoptimierung GmbH & Co. KG relies on the ABEG® method and takes advantage of the greatest possible variety in all four performance classes.


Roller bearings are functionally critical machine elements and are used in woodworking machines of countless types and designs. It is essential to make the right choice when it comes to ensuring reliable machine operation – no easy task for design engineers due to the large variety of products. Finding and procuring the technically optimum product quickly, all while taking into account the price/performance ratio, is important. Against this background...


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Thin-section bearings are great for solving problems in applications where there is little installation space, but only if they are selected and used professionally. Findling Wälzlager GmbH has built up special expertise in this regard. This allows typical problems to be avoided from the outset, and the customer benefits from consistently high quality standards, regardless of whether they’re in the standard or premium segments.

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