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Women in the Bearing Industry

Women in the Bearing Industry

“Who run the world? GIRLS!” In the words of James Brown – “This is a man’s world” but times are changing! It is becoming more and more apparent in the bearing industry that the number of women working in technological companies is on the rise.

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7 finger robotic mount stirring mug of tea

What could you do with 7 fingers?

Everyday tasks like removing a bottle lid, stirring your cup of tea and peeling a banana are all simple enough, until you need to use just one hand. However, a  new wrist-mounted robot could help by providing an extra 2 fingers.

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NCIS and NTN fight to combat counterfeit bearings

On the 25 June in South Carolina, the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) raided a bearing storage unit. After an investigation, NCIS concluded that the warehouse was illegally distributing low quality, counterfeit bearings. They managed to seize hundreds of fake NTN Bearings products, as well as several other major Japan and US manufacturers.

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Electric car charging in Amsterdam

Expansion of Electric Vehicles leads Innovation in Bearings

The number of electric and hybrid cars on the road is on the rise leading to innovation in the bearings used on the production line.

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Bearings and sewers

Bearings and sewers

Sewers, waste, sewage, water, not the first things people think of when you say bearings. In fact the most thing many people think is that you’re lost and need directions, but never mind. However bearings were exactly what the engineers needed for the Lee Tunnel project in London, and SKF provided a solution to all their stinky problems.

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Is 3D printing the future of Bearings?

Is 3D printing the future of Bearings?

igus has launched a new 3D printing material that could radically change the bearing and manufacturing industry. The filament (iglide tribo-filament)  is up to 50 times more resistant than conventional 3D printing materials such as ABS, and is the world’s first to be enhanced with tribological, or low-friction, properties.

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