Use a bearing connector when the housing is not much stiffer than the shaft. If the components supporting the shaft are much more rigid than the shaft, use a bearing fixture.
When defining a bearing connection, follow these guidelines:
In the figure, the blue circle is the shell edge selected for housing. t is the thickness of the shell. The distance between the split lines should also be t.
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