Stober Examines Manufacturing Infrastructure Updates

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Stober Examines Manufacturing Infrastructure Updates

Updating your shop floor with new equipment and personnel is standard trade magazine fodder today—and for obvious reasons. Any feasible upgrades can make a significant impact on a company’s bottom

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Gilman Examines an Effective Machine Tool and Spindle Service

If a spindle breaks down, what is your company’s plan of action? Is it the most practical and efficient way to deal with a down spindle? Spindles need maintenance at

Motor Matters with George Holling

Consolidation and Innovation

It has been a while, but as many of you know there are too many projects and not enough time. One of my many projects has been to identify new

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A Look at Belt, Chain and Gear Drive Technology

The need for producing more energy increases with our rising need for commercial, industrial, and residential space. In North America (including the U.S., Canada, and Mexico) alone, power transmission market

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Force Control Brakes Assist in Helicopter Transmission Overhaul

Professional Aircraft Accessories, a Greenwich AeroGroup company based in Titusville, Florida, is a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and European Aviation Part 145 Repair Station specializing in the repair and overhaul

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Freudenberg Examines Sealing Requirements for Heavy-Duty Equipment

The seals and the hydraulic systems of any piece of mining, construction, agricultural or other heavy industry equipment operate under extreme conditions. Variable temperatures, aggressive hydraulic oils, dust and extended

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Amsted Rail Taps Jorgensen for Conveyor Belt Upgrades

In 2014 Amsted Rail, a leading manufacturer of railroad car components and systems in Petersburg, Virginia, realized their existing chip conveyors were falling apart.  The conveyors were handling chips from

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Coating Factory Utilizes Self-Lubricating Bearings

Contributed by: VescoPlastics Dam linings, billboards, butchery aprons, upholstery materials, place mats, tents, tarpaulins, and jumping castle fabrics are some of the items that will soon start being produced by

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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