Linear Motion Blog

  1. FIRST Team - TigerBots - Met the Challenge in 2021

    FIRST Team - TigerBots - Met the Challenge in 2021
    It’s time to be inspired! Don’t miss this chance to learn about this FIRST Robotics Challenge high school team and how these students - our future leaders! - not only competed in a STEM challenge, but did so while dealing with the multiple challenges of COVID.
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  2. FIRST Team - Boba Bots - Met the Challenge in 2021

    FIRST Team - Boba Bots - Met the Challenge in 2021
    It’s time to be inspired! Don’t miss this chance to learn about this FIRST Robotics Challenge high school team and how these students - our future leaders! - not only competed in a STEM challenge but did so while dealing with the multiple challenges of COVID.
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  3. 2021 Customer Survey Findings

    Bishop-Wisecarver has always focused on delivering high quality linear motion solutions on-time and on-budget, and we have monitored our performance and results for years. Every year since 2012 we have asked our customers to provide candid and confidential feedback to us about our products and service as well as improvements on where we can improve. We are blessed with thousands of pieces of feedback from long-time valued customers. Here are the results from our 2021 survey.
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  4. White Paper: DualVee® Motion Technology Outperforms the Competition

    White Paper: DualVee® Motion Technology Outperforms the Competition
    These competitor products fail to perform to the same levels as DualVee®, and their product limitations not only hinder machine reliability, but also increase the total cost of ownership (TCO) for customers.
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  5. FIRST Team - Project 212 - Met the Challenge in 2021

    FIRST Team - Project 212 - Met the Challenge in 2021
    It’s time to be inspired! Don’t miss this chance to learn about this FIRST Robotics Challenge high school team and how these students - our future leaders! - not only competed in a STEM challenge, but did so while dealing with the multiple challenges of COVID.
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  6. Top 7 Challenges in Product & Tool Transfer Automation

    Top 7 Challenges in Product & Tool Transfer Automation
    What do 7th axis robots, indexing assembly lines, and pick-and-place gantries have in common? They all count on reliable transfer technology.
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  7. 10 Years & 20 Million Cycles - Linear Guides Going Strong in Textile Application

    10 Years & 20 Million Cycles - Linear Guides Going Strong in Textile Application
    Loop. Shag. Pile. Plush. Deciding on the type of carpet and the color, and then researching how to get out wine stains and muddy paw prints, is the extent of knowledge most of us have around floor coverings.
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  8. FIRST Team - MVRT - Met the Challenge in 2021

    FIRST Team - MVRT - Met the Challenge in 2021
    It’s time to be inspired! Don’t miss this chance to learn about this FIRST Robotics Challenge high school team and how these students - our future leaders! - not only competed in a STEM challenge, but did so while dealing with the multiple challenges of COVID.
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  9. Pamela Kan Co-Leads Source Diverse Source Local Initiative to Help California Businesses

    Pamela Kan Co-Leads Source Diverse Source Local Initiative to Help California Businesses
    The impact of COVID-19 on California businesses hit hard and fast and it is no secret that many companies have struggled to remain viable. Pamela Kan, President at Bishop-Wisecarver, has been working behind the scenes for months as part of the Governor’s Task Force on Business and Jobs Recovery to help companies not only recover, but become even stronger than before.
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  10. Top 10 Questions to Ask When Designing Automated Cutting Equipment

    Top 10 Questions to Ask When Designing Automated Cutting Equipment
    No matter your industry, when it comes to designing cutting systems, the need for equipment that can last multiple years, through multiple cycles, while withstanding harsh environments is a must. From food to shavings and anything in between, cutting means debris. So asking - and answering - the right questions in advance can help successfully influence the design of any automation project.
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