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Mach III Custom Clutch Solves Stick-Slip Issue in Vehicle Research System

Finding a standard air clutch that will satisfy all your technical requirements can be tough given the diversity of power transmission applications. That’s why our engineers will customize any clutch


Maximizing Bearing Performance

Carrier and SKF Collaborate on Centrifugal Compressor Technology The opportunity to improve product design separates market leaders from the competition. Brand loyalty, perceived value, manufacturing technology, and research and development


Hannover Messe 2021: Smart Manufacturing

Robotics, digital tools, automation and artificial intelligence will all play a significant role in the factory of the future. After two days of visiting virtual booths and attending conferences, we


What is Sensor Linearity and What Does It Mean?

Most analog output sensors have general specifications such as linearity (or non-linearity), repeatability, and resolution, as well as environmental specifications like operating temperature or shock and vibration, and dynamic specifications


A Cut Above the Rest

Micro motors put the power in pruning Pruning is one of the most demanding jobs in the viticulture and horticulture industries. When done manually, this time- and labor-intensive task can

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The Digital Experience with Regal Beloit

Regal Beloit Corporation recently announced it is now putting QR codes on Sealmaster and Browning mounted bearings products and bearing boxes including Browining, McGill, Rollway, Sealmaster and System Plast. Customers

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Fenner Precision Polymers Expands Portfolio with MAV Acquisition

Fenner Precision Polymers, a Michelin Group Company, recently announced the acquisition of MAV S.p.A., an Italian company, located in Altopiano della Vigolana in Northern Italy. Established in 1989, the company

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Bosch Rexroth Celebrates 30 Years of Linear Motion Innovations

Bosch Rexroth began developing linear bushings, shafts, slides, and transfer tables as prototypes in the 1960s. The first two complete linear modules with linear guides in combination with a ball

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Stainless Steel Powertrains Provide Peace of Mind

Hardly a day passes without a new FDA recall of some food product as the number of Americans falling ill from food contamination infections continues to rise. While there are

Motor Matters with George Holling

A Changed World – Challenges and Opportunities

2020 started out like a normal year with some chatter about a virus outbreak in China but then events quickly spread and the world, as we knew it, changed for