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  • A Critical Look at Acme, Ball, and Roller Screws for Linear Motion
    actuators: Acme, ball, and roller. The differences are in thread shape and the design and operation of the matching nut. But which type of screw best suits your application? Here's a concise look at all three. screws use strong threads with generally trapezoidal teeth which are usually rolled onto
  • Linear-Measuring System Saves Space
    Automotive manufacturers are not the only ones specifying tolerances that would hardly have been feasible only a few years ago. An inductive position sensor built into ball and roller guides offers micron-level accuracy in rugged production environments. Today, dimensions in the micrometer range
  • PT 101: Accelerometers Measure Slow Speed Rollers and Detect High Frequencies
    accelerometers are the sensor of choice for accurately measuring the broad range of frequencies and low amplitudes occurring in slow speed roller bearing installations. Wilcoxon accelerometers are specially designed to maximize sensitivity to low level vibrations. Their low electronic noise floor is needed
  • Conveyor System Gives Retail Store a Lift
    delivers that camera, strobe light, or whatever right to a nearby sales desk for the customer to examine. That level of customer service almost came to a halt when the firm expanded its retail operations to the second floor. Company management had to build a new network that could move merchandise from
  • Smart Computing Article - How To Install . . . Mice & Other Input Devices
    How To Install . . . Mice & Other Input Devices October 1999 Vol.7 Issue 10 Add To My Personal Library How To Install . . . Mice & Other Input Devices With virtually every consumer-level operating system now using a graphical interface (a la Windows), the need to be able to easily point and click
  • A Guide to Measuring Paint Viscosity vs Temperature
    for this application. Low shear would be applicable for hand stirring a paint, pouring, how it drips from a roller or brush, and recovery after application to form a smooth finished surface. In order to accomplish low shear rate testing, different types of accessories, such as the Small Sample Adapter (see

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