An industry leader in tribology, GGB has developed a comprehensive variety of solutions to meet the demands of surfaces in motion. The Engineered Plastics line offers the perfect combination of materials for optimal performance in a wide range of applications from automotive to aerospace, recreational and other industrial uses.
This presentation covers the need for an Engineered Plastics solution that offers design engineers the freedom to accelerate their innovation with nearly limitless configurations and styles. It explains the features and benefits that allow the plastics line to meet the needs of demanding applications that require operation under severe working conditions. Attendees will learn more about the product range, the materials, and its ability to be made-to-order in a range of standard and custom shapes.
Attendees will understand collaborating with a technical expert early in the design stage of a new custom application can generate potential for cost savings, longer lifetime and increased performance and weight reduction. The unmatched support and GGB's global presence ensures customers receive the highest quality bearing solutions, in a timely manner and with extensive engineering support. We don't just make products, we build partnerships. That's the GGB Advantage.
- Understand the need for Engineered Plastics and the benefits they bring to the applications they fit
- Learn about the combination of materials that make up the Engineered Plastics line
- Find out what applications Engineered Plastics fit best
- Learn about GGB and the technical support they bring to a partnership
Andreas Epli has over 10 year of experience in solving customer needs regarding demanding bearing applications. For the last year Andreas has focused on the Engineered Plastics and the growth of the product line. Andreas is the Business Development Specialist for the EP-Range of GGB.
Matt Steiner is the Applications Engineering Leader for the Automotive Segment at GGB Bearing Technology. He holds a BSME from Kettering University and has spent 10+ years in component design and systems engineering. The applications engineering team at GGB is responsible for the implementation of tribological solutions within customer products and the identification of key market needs and technological opportunities.