Guided motion animates the manufacturing universe. Tracks, wheels and systems they comprise move the machinery and automate the equipment we use to create countless products that fuel our economy and advance our society.Guided motion animates the manufacturing universe. Tracks, wheels and systems they comprise move the machinery and automate the equipment we use to create countless products that fuel our economy and advance our society.
Components that make up these motion systems allow us to move heavy loads. They can be customized and adjusted for any number of functions or operational tasks, depending on load capacity, direction and chemical compatibility.
Typically, these guided motion systems are designed to work in clean, well-lubricated conditions. Of course, after months of repeated use, those conditions are a rarity in the industrial setting flying with all kinds of contaminants—debris, dirt, metal chips, sawdust, chemicals, water and more.
Experienced designers understand that they need to use components that can withstand the dirtiest conditions. Otherwise, they'll have to deal with premature equipment failure. One of the biggest hijackers of productivity: debris. That's why engineers look for guided motion components that can withstand dirty conditions and challenging environments.
Our product manager and engineer extraordinaire Brian Burke recently hosted a webinar about how to create a robust guided motion system for any environment.
As a company, we want to create quality products. As individuals, we want to stand as role models for future engineers and scientists. That's what Bud did, and that's a legacy we're proud to continue into the next 65 years and beyond.
In his presentation, he talked about how to design debris-tolerant guided motion systems. He explained how DualVee Motion Technology fits the bill, with its vee-edge design that sloughs off dirt and keeps machinery running long and strong with less maintenance.
But hey, if you missed the webinar, that's OK, you can view the webinar here:
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Since 1950, Bishop-Wisecarver has grown tremendously in terms of staff, our product offerings and the milestones we've achieved. As we approach the 65th anniversary this month, we are reflecting on how this all started and look forward to a future of continued growth.
Shelby Fischer spent the summer of 2015 working as a marketing intern for Bishop-Wisecarver. Shelby is currently studying Business Marketing at San Jose State. Shelby was eager to gain marketing experience and broaden his skills set. The internship program at Bishop-Wisecarver provides our interns with real world business applications and teaches them skills that are applicable to all industries. Read Shelby’s account of this past summer.
JJ Galvin spent his summer interning at Bishop-Wisecarver to learn about manufacturing, engineering and marketing. The third-year mechanical engineering student at Santa Clara University wanted to see engineers work on a product from start to finish. He wanted to learn about the manufacturing process and machines used in the guided motion industry. He also wanted to brush up on his technical writing and study the way engineers communicate within the company and to the customer.
Have you ever drawn inspiration from someone else's story? Chances are that learning about what someone went through made you appreciate the person they are today. And, like all effective storytelling, it probably made you reflect on changes you could make in your own life, or steps you could take to fulfill your own goals.