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About Bishop-Wisecarver Corporation
Bishop-Wisecarver Corporation, a Bishop-Wisecarver Group company, helps manufacturers and automation solution providers engineer linear and rotary motion products. With 65+ years of engineering expertise and manufacturing best practices working with over 20,000 customers, we understand our customers’ design and application requirements which enables us to develop unique solutions that ship within 2 to 3 weeks. Customers achieve 50% faster time to market, up to 50-75% lower maintenance and installed costs, product differentiation and longer product life.
Our product line includes quality components and accessories, manual linear guide systems, actuated linear guide systems and rotary guides and systems. Stainless steel, high temperature, washdown and clean room-compatible products are among Bishop-Wisecarver's more recent product introductions. Our more popular offerings include the following trade names: DualVee, LoPro, UtiliTrak, MadeWell and GV3.
New product development continues to be an ongoing priority at the Bishop-Wisecarver Corporation, with innovative designs being introduced at regular intervals.
History of DualVee Motion Technology
DualVee was designed as a problem solver for automotive, machine tool, paper processing, textile and general industrial automation applications where traditional guidance technologies were ineffective. DualVee Motion Technology has continued to evolve into the ideal solution for today's cutting edge industries such as medical, packaging, aerospace, electronic and semiconductor.
Bishop-Wisecarver invented the DualVee guide wheel and has been a world leader in guide wheel technology since 1970. This linear slide system integrates three main components: The DualVee guide wheel, its DualVee mating track with patented mounting shoulder and the DualVee support bushing. A full line of rotary motion products are also available: rotary components, accessories, rings, curved track segments and complete rotary guide systems.
Meet the Bishop-Wisecarver Corporation Team: Featured Q&A's
Check out these Q&A sessions posted on our company blog. To view more, visit www.bwc.com/blog/.
|Brian joined our company in February 2003 and holds a BS in Manufacturing Technology from California State University in Chico and an AA in Industrial Drawing from Bakersfield College.|