As many of you know, at EastBridge Engineering (www.eb-intl.com) our role in the product development process begins once the…Continue
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LIOS Technology is pleased to cordially invite you to attend the CIGRE Technical Exhibition in Paris:
International Council on Large Electric Systems
Technical Exhibition LIOS booth 232
27 - 31 AUGUST 2012, Palais des Congres de Paris, Paris,…Continue
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Added by Dov Schechter on June 15, 2012 at 10:40am — No Comments
Join me for this webinar on 3D printing. Griswold Controls has developed techniques with 3D printing and rapid prototyping that minimize the time and costs to develop new products. Learn more about how 3D printing can help you.
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Join us next Wednesday June 20th at 2PM EST for a free webinar titled "Applying Stepper Motors: Application Questions You Must Answer & Things to Watch Out For."
Presented by Design World and ElectroCraft, the presenter is Tim Burke, Chief Engineer at ElectroCraft.
Click on the link below for more information and to register for what will be an informative webinar.
Added by Miles Budimir on June 14, 2012 at 7:48am — No Comments
Various 3D printer and additive manufacturing systems are already manufacturing parts, just not in the quantity that is possible. What’s holding back this technology’s potential to “disrupt manufacturing?” Designers will say it's the lack of information and standards, particularly for materials. Despite all the news reports and commentary, most engineers and operators in manufacturing have limited knowledge, let alone experience, of additive manufacturing processes or systems.…
Added by Leslie Langnau on June 14, 2012 at 7:38am — No Comments
We hear these words and fear these words at the same time—SUSTAINABLE DESIGN. From the standpoint of manufacturing, sustainable design conjures up visions of added expenses, the inability to compete relative to others in the same or similar industry, longer design times, delays in launching the product, greater product costs, etc. We also seem to feel that any product that addresses sustainable design methods will appeal to a much smaller segment of our society; i.e. “tree…Continue
It's the last day of the week, and we're still geeked out over launching our newest product on Monday. We've been sharing several radial wheel-themed blog posts, and will continue all month long as we answer your toughest questions! Thanks for all your emails. Let's brief you on the top five…
Added by Elizabeth Griffin on June 8, 2012 at 10:16am — No Comments
T’is the season where we hear the sounds of Pomp and Circumstance. The one song that never gets old. Exuberating throughout the atmosphere where the graduation ceremony is being held, are feelings of pride, joy, and relief (mostly for parents). Happy are the graduates’ whom have completed their curriculum laid out before them. As a reward for their recent achievements, diplomas and certificates acknowledge graduates’ completion of their program. Congratulations!
Now that the fanfare…Continue
Added by Natasha Townsend on June 7, 2012 at 7:48am — No Comments
Product development is never as easy as going from “What's the market solution” to “what's the engineering design” - there are many decisions in the middle that need to be made around the general design, tech requirements, and main components. (For example - - How’s the chassis going to come together, what’s the power supply, how is it going to communicate?)
You probably use Excel for this. At many companies, or on startup teams, you might even find yourselves sitting around in a…Continue
We're proud to announce the latest addition to the MadeWell® product line: The Radial Wheel, a bearing designed for specified radial loading conditions.
Radial Wheels are an economical solution for when an application where the center of mass can be located close to the center line of the guide wheel. It's a wheel with a more specific purpose in mind than one with equal axial and radial capacities.
Learn more on our …Continue
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