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Content posted in September 1998
PETER DELFYETT
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9/21/1998  Post a comment
Touchy, feely
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Spherical roller bearing solves longevity problem
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Eccentric locking collar offers greater shaft holding power
Open sesame!
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Designed to provide tight security and easy access, this unique hardware from around the world works almost like magic
Motor/brake assembly takes aircraft-seat comfort to new heights
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Spur-gear drive is faster, stronger, and less expensive than worm-gear-driven designs
JOHN BINGHAM
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HEINZ ERZBERGER
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Variable-speed drive controls cart's feed rate
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Adjustable drive enables users to change rates without dismantling chains and sprockets
TOM WILLIAMS
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Cast Your Vote!
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LYNN M. OTTEN
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Plastics paint medical montage
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medical-device designs
Slim spinner
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Lube for life
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