When working with machinery like engines and other mechanical devices, rotating shafts will oftentime be of use for generating desired movement. In such applications, bearings may be used to assist in the support of the shafts without interfering with their rotational motion. Shaped like a torus with a hole for the shaft to rest inside, bearings are available in a number of shapes and sizes for different applications. That being said, fitting a bearing pedestal to your rotary shaft can be time consuming, even costly, when you account for the downtime required for assembly. To reduce these issues, you may consider employing the use of a bearing pedestal, that of which is a tool used for mounting bearings and providing support. For your better knowledge of the advantages of relying on a bearing pedestal, we will further explore how they work to make operations more efficient.