Heavy duty vee rings are an excellent motion solution. Many applications benefit from the smooth motion and versatility that vee rings provide. Curved and rotary motion is useful almost everywhere form industrial automation to artistic projects. Heavy duty vee rings are simple in construction and, depending on the size, are design segments to be easily mixed and matched to create a nearly limitless number of motion paths.
This webinar provides an in-depth look at the design and construction of both simple and complex heavy duty vee ring systems along with industry best practices. Discover how industries are leveraging heavy duty vee ring systems for a wide variety of applications, from the obvious to the imaginative.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- How heavy duty vee rings are designed and constructed from start to finish
- About the key features and design concepts for various real-world applications
- Industry best practices for rotary motion
Brian Burke, Senior Product Manager at Bishop-Wisecarver Group has more than 14 year of experience in the automation industry. He has extensive experience on the manufacturing production floor including CNC machining, lean manufacturing, new equipment acquisition and implementation, and process optimization. With an educational background in Manufacturing Technology and Computer Aided Drafting and Design, he is passionate about product development and the process of bringing new ideas into reality. He is a Six Sigma Black Belt, and a Certified Product Marketing Manager.
Mary Petrie, Associate Product Manager at Bishop-Wisecarver has a B.S. degree in Marketing from San Francisco State University and has several years of content generation and marketing experience. She develops technical product catalogs, whitepapers and website content for product development and promotion in the industrial automation industry.
Mike Santora is an Associate Editor for Design World magazine and the site editor for Bearing Tips and Coupling Tips.com. He holds a B.A. in Journalism from Bowling Green State University and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of New Hampshire.