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With an increased demand for compact mounting solutions in the automation industry, R+W has released the CHB housing for parallel assemblies of motors and actuators.

Read more about this update here => http://gplus.link/ffad2
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In its effort to fill in and complete its flexible disc coupling offering, R+W has added a standard coupling adapter which provides customers with more configuration and connection options when selecting couplings for industrial applications.

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This week R+W Coupling Technology is at the AIST trade show! The event is being held at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee. The event features amazing technologies from all over the world.

More than 8,000 people are expected to attend and we hope that you are one of them!

Come by our booth #1852 and say hi! We look forward to meeting you.
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#DidYouKnow that R+W Coupling Technology's torque limiter is currently being used in the mechanism that moves the Skydeck on top of the Willis Tower in Chicago?!

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Many people believe that precision couplings and line shafts were fully developed in the twentieth century. But with the surge in popularity of servo motion technology, and the general trend toward making machinery faster, cleaner, quieter, more efficient, and lower cost, this couldn't be further from the truth. Learn how today's mechanical couplings and line shafts can be tailored to suit exact machine dynamics while easing assembly, extending service life, and minimizing impact on machinery footprints.

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We would like to thank everyone who came out to see us this week at Automate 2017. The event was a massive success! We hope everyone had a great time and we hope to see you all in 2019!

If you weren't able to make it out but still have questions for us please feel free to contact us on here!
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On April 3-6 be sure to visit R+W Coupling Technology at BOOTH 968 at the 2017 Automate‚Äč Show!

We have some really exciting things to showcase to everyone and would love to see you all there!

You can read more and register here: http://gplus.link/efz3c
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By popular demand, R+W has developed a standard model of corrosion proof ball detent safety coupling for clarifier drives in water treatment plants. The industry requires a well sealed, high grade stainless steel mechanism to stand up to harsh conditions, resulting in the specific design criteria. The function of the ball detent torque limiter is to disengage the driveline to protect flights, chains and sprockets in the event of overload, which can result from the high gear reductions associated with the slow speed movements required in the settling tanks.

Read more about this update here! http://gplus.link/e9qsh
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This new take on configurable coupling component technology ultimately saves cost in labor and/or materials over time. While newer components produced in smaller quantity can have higher pricing up front, they can actually lower the cost of maintenance and overhaul down the road. Making use of a more precision product can also help to increase the rate at which a product is manufactured. As we all know, increased productivity and lower service costs ultimately decrease the time over which a return on initial investment is seen.
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Have you checked out the official R+W Coupling Technology blog? It is loaded with tons of information about different couplings and other mechanical engineering information. Head over to our blog and checkout some of our articles now > http://gplus.link/dwqrt
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