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Meter Bearings Upgrades System Analytics

A global organization, Meter Bearings comprises offices and production centers in China, Germany, and the United States, with their headquarters in Italy. Their Italian office, Meter S.p.A., is the center

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Just Keep Swimming

How do you keep animatronic characters moving in chemically-treated water? This was the engineering challenge Disneyland faced with the colorful and eccentric props utilized in the theme park’s Finding Nemo

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Plastic Gears Take On Heavier Loads Under Harsher Conditions

Nylon gears, acetal (also known by the brand name Delrin) gears, and UHMW gear racks were originally introduced to the market to fill niche applications; however, this is no longer the case

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Buying Gear Drives? Try Gear Expo

Gear Expo is right around the corner, and that means that pretty soon all things gearing will be squarely in the spotlight. Custom gear manufacturing services, design software, gearboxes and

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Siemens Works with DMDII to Incorporate IIoT

Siemens has become DMDII’s largest partner, and the two companies are going full steam ahead on developing newer and bolder IIoT technology. If there’s one name in Chicago that’s synonymous

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Root Cause Analysis: On the Rails

When Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail (the national railway operator of Ireland), started seeing an increasing number of failures of bearings in a particular fleet of rolling stock, it wanted to

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Engineering the New York Wheel

Dana Incorporated recently announced that it is providing driveshaft assemblies and gearboxes for the New York Wheel – which will be the world’s tallest observation wheel.  This attraction is currently

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Full Cinematic Immersion

“For your safety, please keep your hands, arms and legs inside the vehicle at all times.” We’ve heard this statement countless times at amusement parks, but we may start hearing

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Nordex Teams with University of Hartford on Prosthetics for Kids Project

Charles Paulsen, associate director of the Mechanical and Manufacturing Technologies for Energy and Sustainability (MET2) program at the Connecticut College of Technology walked into the Nordex lobby in Brookfield, CT,

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Cost Rules

The motor business is seeing some new technology, and it’s all about getting more bang for your buck. “In America, cost still rules.” Dan Jones, president of Incremotion Associates, said