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  • When Adhesives Stick Too Well
    that you know all too well the one universal truth of the adhesive formulator, manufacturer and applicator. That truth is this: When adhesives come in contact with unprotected equipment surfaces, they do precisely what they're designed to do - they stick. And in the process they will gum up the best laid
  • Avoiding Stick-Slip Chatter in Low-Speed Bearings
    Flexible rotors and thin lubricant films lead to noise and vibration. Stick-slip chatter commonly shows up on initial start of a machine when static friction in the bearings temporarily restrains shaft rotation. As the shaft then winds up, torsional force rises until it exceeds the restraining
  • Case Study: Air Dryer Adds Hundreds of Dollars of Production/Week on High-Precision Slitting Machines
    the machines to rust and stick.
  • Air Dryer Adds Hundreds of Dollars of Production/Week on High-Precision Slitting Machines
    the machines to rust and stick. At least three times a week one of the slitting machines was down for an hour while the valves were cleaned or replaced. The new air dryer uses advanced membrane separation technology instead of refrigerants or freon to remove 99.9 percent of the moisture from
  • Powder Consolidation: Why It's a Problem and How to Solve It (.pdf)
    Tablet making machines can suddenly jam in the middle a high speed production run. What's the reason? One cause is the consolidation of the powder in the feed hopper which means that the cohesive strength of the powder to stick together is stronger than the force of gravity driving it down
  • Upgrading Firmware and Retrieving Data on a dataTaker DT8x Using a USB Drive
    Across a wide range of industries, users rely on dataTaker data loggers for their machine monitoring, temperature profiling, remote monitoring, and other applications. The dataTaker DT8X Data loggers offer you the convenient ability to use a USB stick to updating the firmware and collect data from
  • Motors and Drives: A Practical Technology Guide
    To some, motor speed control is somewhat of a mystical science, a science that causes motors and machines to sometimes operate in unexpected ways. Over 30 years ago, AC drives were considered "new technology." If a company wanted to have reliable production, it should stick with known, proven
  • A recipe for A Slick Design
    . Unfortunately, the spline exhibited stick-slip characteristics -- accompanied by an irritating bump noise -- whenever the road surface changed. Lowfriction coating eliminated the stick-slip problem and the irritating noise. Low-friction coating on shear blades makes for easier cutting and eliminates sap

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