A lazy susan bearing is a type of rotary bearing. It is like other bearings because it permits rotation between parts, but it is specifically designed to support a high axial load while rotating.
Likewise, people ask, how do you attach a Lazy Susan hardware?
Subsequently, how do you replace a lazy Susan cabinet shelf?
How much does it cost to install a lazy Susan?
Typically, you can expect to spend between $150 and $500 per cabinet, plus installation costs, or $150-$380 per linear foot for total installation.
|Other Related Costs||Cost|
|Specialty cabinet – Lazy Susan||$300-$850|
|Sink base cabinet||$300 per linear foot|
Whether you substitute your corner cabinet lazy susan with a recycling center or spice rack, each alternative is unique.
- Pullout Tray Drawers.
- Corner Drawers.
- Swinging Pullouts.
- Recycling Centers.
- Corner Displays.
- A Lazy Susan Spice Rack.
- Pot and Pan Organizers.
- A Super Susan.
Also called a turntable, the Lazy Susan is a round or tray-shaped platform, that rotates on a set of bearings, and sits on a table or countertop to easily distribute food. Often used in upper and lower cabinets, the Lazy Susan also creates accessibility for storage in the kitchen.
Rotary bearings are common components in motion systems. They’re used in gearboxes, motors, pulleys, fans, pumps—virtually any time a shaft is rotating, rotary bearings are there to reduce friction and support radial or axial loads.
Wood Lazy Susans: How to Size Guidelines
|Lazy Susan Diameter||Table Width (round)||Table Width (rectangular/square)|
|36″||66-72″||72″ or more|