Where to get Ball Bearing rollers


I would like to build sort of a feed table for my table saw, and would like to have the ball bearing rollers onit to help move it easier side to side and of course forward. Where would you recommend to get these rollers. Seems like rockler is about the only place that seems to have them. I am thinking the 5/8" one are good enough.
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bdeditch wrote:

Roller conveyor is a material handling item used by conveyor manufacturers.
Get out your WOLLEY SEGAP and let your fingers do the walking.
Lew
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Woodcraft has them if you have a local store. Grainger has them also. Grainger.com
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Do you mean like these ??? :
http://cgi.ebay.com/Conveyor-Rollers-roller-stand-table-replacement_W0QQitemZ7569048437QQcategoryZ42913QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
or http://tinyurl.com/damyv

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No neither of those is what I was meaning
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Try www.mcmaster.com . They have what you need. look under "ball transfers".................Brian
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Who or what are you responding to? Let me guess: you use google.
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And he thinks that we are all psychic.
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On Tue, 13 Dec 2005 13:17:01 -0500, "Lee Michaels"

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Well, he's close, psycho maybe, not psychic. :-)
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bdeditch wrote:

believe it or not, ebay. I bought a few for my home made drum sander
http://www.areddy.net/wood
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Look for roller blade or scooter repair kits. I've seen these for dirt cheap at local closeout stores.
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Are you talking about small ones, or the ones that are on those material handling conveyors? The ones about 2" in diameter and 12" long?
I searched and searched, and found only ones that were priced comparably with 18k gold. Then my neighbor, a junk collector, brought me a milk crate with about fifty in there. I only need ten.
Steve
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The key word for is "BALL TRANSFERS". Enco has them in stock as Model #891-4170 for a Low Price: $3.32 ea. Currently they have free shipping. I have not decided which will be better, a bunch of ball transfers or strips of that slippery stuff (UHMW).
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Oops the URL for ENCO is http://www.use-enco.com
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