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How does the Port of Virginia remain a leader in the crane industry?
In the ship to shore crane industry, threat of system failure is a constant. With expensive downtime, dangerous maintenance, and 24/7 operation, more and more crane manufacturers and maintenance teams
triflex® TRE.B assembly
This clip provides an overview of how to assemble and disassemble a triflex® TRE.B energy chain.
xiros ball bearing test lab
Take a tour through the xiros® ball bearing section of the world's largest test lab for tribo-plastics. In the lab igus performs over 10,000 tests per year. Many of these tests are run directly for ig
Plastic vs. Metal Bushings - Field Test
Plastic and metal bushings go head-to-head in this data backed field battle. Compare how many maintenance stops the equipment outfitted with plastic bushings requires against their metal counterparts.
10 Trends for Modern Machine Tools
Explore a range of trends and innovations for machine tools. Reduce costs, increase service life, and eliminate unexpected downtime with igus® motion plastics.
Webinar: Lightweight, Low Cost Robotics for Manufacturing
Port of Virginia Crane Technology [Preview]
igus® Product Demos [Trade Show Overview]
See how our high-performance plastic solutions will reduce costs and increase service life of your machines at a trade show near you. Learn more at igus.com/fairs Video from Design World
readychain® Harnessed System Options
Save time, money, and hassle with readychain® fully harnessed energy supply systems with igus®. Available in a range of options, from basic cable harnessing to fully-assembled rolling energy systems,
Spherical Balls For Various Metallic Bearing Housings
Six dimensions for housing numbers 203 - 208 Maintenance-free, dry operation High durability Corrosion-free Resistant to dirt Lubrication-free Typical application areas: Conveyor systems, food i
Low Cost Robotics Innovation Competition
Tell us how you would innovate with low cost robotic automation and you could win a robotic arm of your own. Learn how at low-cost-robotics.com
What is Low Cost Robotics?
The need for businesses to optimize their production processes is growing. Innovations are expediting the demand for robotics in many industries. As a result, the use of low cost robotics has become e
igus solutions for kitchen and furniture applications
igus self-lubricating bearings and linear systems and lubrication free cable carrier systems are a clean, quiet, and reliable way to increase the reliability of adjustable furniture and fixtures.
Project highlight: Cables and Cable Carriers on the Memorial Bridge, Portsmouth, NH
In 2014 the memorial bridge originally designed in 1922 by J.A.L. Waddell was replaced by a new bridge with cutting-edge technology. The new design maintains the spirit of the old design, but employs
Plastic vs. PTFE bearing high speed belt tensioner pivot wear test
This video shows a recent belt tensioner test designed to evaluate wear of iglide® plastic bearings vs. metal backed PTFE bearings on a steel shaft. Watch the video to see how they performed. Click he
Linear Motion Technology from igus®
Self-lubricating linear motion technology for a maintenance-free application. This cost-effective pre-assembled system allows for high flexibility in design and simple installation for the best fricti
Webinar: Reducing Downtime and Eliminating Cable Failure
Cable failure is an all-too-common cause of unplanned downtime across a range of industries and applications. In moving applications, these cable failures can be attributed to a few common causes. In
Restoring the Portsmouth Memorial Bridge
In 2014, the Memorial Bridge originally designed in 1922 by J.A.L. Waddell was replaced by a new bridge with cutting-edge technology. The new design maintains the spirit of the old design, but employs
Plastic Bicycle Bushings For A Longer Ride
Lightweight and durable bicycle bushings for a longer ride. Self-lubricating and maintenance-free igus® plastic bushings are 80% lighter than metal, and help to reduce the weight of bicycles.
Can igus® products help label 50,000 bottles in one hour?