SKF bearings should be designed in a non-rotational degrees of freedom in any can withstand load.
Total non-rotational degrees of freedom, and therefore the motion bearing error is defined as: In the five non-rotational degrees of freedom, on any non-rotational degrees of freedom, displacements bearing axis of rotation is called motion error.
This includes any displacement and rotation about the bearing, but not including displacement due to temperature changes, or due to changes caused by the applied load.
Motion error is represented by the displacement, and is ideal to characterize the deviation of the axis of rotation.
Motion error is rotatable relative motion bearings for internal geometry of each surface caused by defects.
These geometries may be defects inherent characteristics such as bearing parts are machined surface shape error during processing may also be defective bearing parts during assembly or installation produced.