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7 January 2022 Erin Kemal iglidur
Excessive heat and plastic bearings shouldn't be a combination that works however it can! It can work very successfully if the correct plastic is used. This blog explains a little bit about how high temperatures can affect plastic bearings.
10 December 2021 Erin Kemal iglidur
Sustainability is not only vital for companies it is vital for individuals. Small changes can not only have an environmental impact but also a cost impact. In huge industries such as the automotive industry, small changes can make a massive difference but can it help in making sustainable vehicles?
Plastic gears are becoming more popular with engineers and designers thanks to the flexibility of manufacturing them. With the likes of the igus® gear configurator, you can now pick the best materials, make modifications and see how long the gear would last. Can you do that with metal gears?
29 October 2021 Erin Kemal iglidur
Conveyors are everywhere! They keep the UK moving, production lines, in supermarkets, they are literally everywhere! But how do you prevent them from breaking down and how can you increase their productivity? With small changes, you can make a big difference.
Flexibility with design is paramount. It allows designers to be creative without constrictions and by using igus® products offers even fewer restrictions. No dealing with grease, no worrying about noise and with a vast range, options are open at every avenue. Doing it yourself has never been easi...
27 May 2021 Erin Kemal iglidur
Plastic gears are going to be the thing of the future. No lubrication, lightweight, recyclable but there is more. More options for you as the customer. igus® now machine, 3D print and mould gears in our iglidur® material. Which method would be best for you?
16 April 2021 Erin Kemal iglidur
If you could design a bearing into your application which was lighter, more cost-effective and could still cope with the demands that bronze ones are expected to, would you swap to a wound composite bearing? The TX1 is a great alternative to bronze bearings and are being used more and more in the...