Upgrade Your Applications with Cone Drive Slewing Bearings

Cone Drive’s self-retaining bearings are designed to handle all axial and radial forces, including tilting moments. Designed as a single bearing unit, they are an excellent option for a wide range of industries.

Optimized Design for Enhanced Performance

At Cone Drive we understand the importance of weight and performance optimization. That’s why our low-profile designs are engineered to be lightweight, without sacrificing performance.

Our slewing bearing’s large, open inner race diameter provides system design flexibility, allowing you to easily incorporate them into your current applications. Furthermore, our bearings can be seamlessly integrated into a slewing drive, taking advantage of Cone Drive’s extensive gearing expertise.

External Teeth Thru Hole External Teeth Threaded Hole No Teeth Thru Hole No Teeth Threaded Hole
MTO-122 MTO-122T
MTE-145 MTE-145T MTO-145 MTO-145T
MTO-170 MTO-170T
MTE-210 MTE-210T MTO-210 MTO-210T
MTE-265 MTE-265T MTO-265 MTO-265T
MTE-324T MTO-324T
MTE-415 MTE-415T MTO-415 MTO-415T
MTE-470 MTE-470T MTO-470 MTO-470T
MTE-540 MTE-540T MTO-540 MTO-540T
MTE-590 MTE-590T MTO-590 MTO-590T
MTE-705 MTE-705T MTO-705 MTO-705T


The Cone Drive Product Development Laboratory is a state-of-the-art facility directly adjacent to our Traverse City, Michigan manufacturing location. The lab has the capacity to test a wide range of gear reducer products, for both Cone Drive products as well as those manufactured by other companies. The lab includes capability to run a wide variety of tests including load testing for evaluating reducer performance and operating efficiency.
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    Test + Control
    • 6 product testing stands
    • Servo cyclic control
    • Simulated inertial loading
    • Constant torque/load
    • Durability/validation
    • Accelerated life test
    • Lubricant evaluation
    • Static loading & stiffness
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    Product Measurement
    • Displacement & motion
    • Torque
    • Thermal
    • Efficiency
    • Vibration
    • Basic noise
    • Transmission accuracy

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