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SMB Bearings Ltd - the bearings & re-lubrication specialists
SMB Bearings Ltd - the bearings & re-lubrication specialists

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What a year for Ian Emery, RC Heli pilot...
Another year has passed (well, almost 😉) & it's been another year of excitement & brilliant achievement for our friend & British F3C team -member Ian Emery.  At SMB Bearings , we're always delighted when we get to hear how our bearings are being put to use...

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Check out our BearingNet article on bearing re-lubrication here http://news.bearingnet.net/smb-bearings-specialist/

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The new re-lubrication catalogues have arrived! Take a sneaky peek before yours arrives in the post :-)
http://www.smbbearings.com/productpdfs/bearing-relubrication-guide.pdf
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#ThrowbackThursday our catalogue from 1985 (yes it was typed!) & on to today's version http://www.smbbearings.com/productpdfs/smbcatalogue.pdf
how times have changed :-)
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Check our our bearing re-lubrication facility here - please contact sales@smbbearings.com if you'd like more information or a brochure on our services...

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The beauty of technology...
Night view from JEM window | International Space Station
The Japanese Experiment Module (JEM), also known with the nickname Kibo, is a Japanese science module for the International Space Station (ISS) developed by Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). It is the largest single ISS module.

Credit: NASA/JSC, JAXA Astronaut Takuya Onishi of Japan
Release Date: August 8, 2016

+大西卓哉 
+JAXA | 宇宙航空研究開発機構 
+NASA Johnson Space Center 

#NASA #Space #ISS #Earth #JEM #Kibo #Laboratory #Microgravity #Planet #Astronaut #TakuyaOnishi #Japan #日本 #JAXA #FlightEngineer #Human #Spaceflight #Science #Spacecraft #Technology #JourneyToMars #UnitedStates #Expedition48 #STEM #Education #OverviewEffect #OrbitalPerspective
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Some Friday fun :-)
Drive across the Martian terrain in a new social media game, Mars Rover! In celebration of our Mars Curiosity Rover’s fourth anniversary (in Earth years) since landing on Mars, we’ve released a free app that allows you to trek across Mars. Download and play: http://go.nasa.gov/2aQNfoZ
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Our customer Universal Robots have a never-ending diversity of uses for their robots!
Would you like to have a #bratwurst? Get a little help at your next barbecue from a UR10, in this case a bratwurstbot. This amusing application of a #robot developed by KIT Karlsruhe shows the flexibility of #service #robotics. Watch the video here:

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Ha! :-)

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For details of our re-lubrication service see http://www.smbbearings.com/products/bearing-relubrication.html
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