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11-13 October-BearingNet Warsaw!

11-13 October-BearingNet Warsaw!

Save the date – 2018 User Meeting in October! The next European User Meeting will be taking place in the beautiful city of Warsaw Poland on the 11-13 October 2018. We are very excited to be going back to the beautiful city of Warsaw. We were there last for our meeting in 2006 when we were joined by 150 delegates. […]

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#ThrowBackThursday – Bearing Depot’s Story

#ThrowBackThursday – Bearing Depot’s Story

Take a look at this for a Throwback!! Bearing Depot’s very own George Hardgrove and Kathy Fortin in 1996!!

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Mobile apps

Apps you need in your life

Want to watch a funny video of a cat sneaking up on a camera? Check your emails? Keep in touch with friends? Play solitaire? If you want to do it, view it or talk about it, there is an app for it. 

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Social media word cloud

How are your social skills?

Social media, a divisive topic and a bit like Marmite; you either love it or hate it. However this technology is quickly becoming a very important piece in the marketing puzzle, and many other distributors, marketers and industry partners in the distribution channel agree. 

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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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10 years of MTM Bearings!

10 years of MTM Bearings!

Vervo Sp. z o.o. (formerly known as Multi-Mac Sp. z o.o.) was established in 1999. Originally the primary area of their operation focused on the distribution of Mattei vane compressors. Gradually they expanded their offerings and added new products and services and in 2003 they launched their own range of bearings – MTM. For the past 10 years the Bearings Department […]

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