Rolling Bearings Manufacturing Leads the Future of Machine Tools
Bearings and Fasteners are very important in most manufacturing industries, they have become an industry on their own due to their demand and supply requirements all around the world. The annual forum for bearings and fasteners show how much this industry has increased and how much profit comes in annually.
Recently DMG MORI which is a manufacturer of machine tools has been engaged with Schaeffler Technologies AG, a supplier of rolling bearings, in regards of building a joint relationship to build rolling bearings and do further development work. Both partners are a perfect fit for the future of machine tools, as well as the ongoing innovation of rolling bearings. In the beginning it is very important to focus on how to create a process for prototype and small amount of bearings production. The plan is to utilize a laser metal deposition welding so that it can make it possible to create small amounts or prototypes before going head on with mass production.
This is necessary because some companies don’t require large scale bearings but maybe enough to fit the need of their customers or their manufacturing capabilities. Also it is a good avenue if they are looking into new and innovative designs and possibilities in the bearings business. Rolling Bearings parts are small yet very important and can be the very expensive in some cases. In this case, laser melting is going to cut through a material to create the structure designed by the engineer, these materials could be a metal powder and the heat source is going to be so high because of the high intensity laser. If you are looking for parts you can submit a request for quote online at www.aerospacepurchasing.com
and you will receive a quote shortly after. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your part information, part number, NSN, quantity needed and we reply to your email with a quote. If you want to speak with a sales representative you can call us at +1-412-212-0606.
Posted on February 14, 2017