The design of medical equipment presents some unique challenges including strict material compatibility selections and compact space requirements. Many of these projects require smooth and reliable guided motion that must be very compact when stored, but provide long extension during use. Aerospace and transportation applications also contain these challenges. Telescopic slides and linear guides made from stainless steel provide a solution for these design challenges.
This webinar provides an overview of the innovative new telescopic slides that are ready to meet the challenges present in medical device design. T RACE linear guides and telescopic slides are engineered to be the best solution for moveable equipment and sliding elements. Proprietary material coating technology, or full stainless steel versions, satisfy material compatibility requirements.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- How to get long and smooth extensions from compact installations.
- About stainless steel, and T-NOX coated linear and telescopic slides.
- About the construction of telescopic slides and their capabilities.
Brian Burke, Senior Product Manager, Bishop-Wisecarver Group
Brian Burke, Senior Product Manager at Bishop-Wisecarver Group, is passionate about product development and manufacturing with educational backgrounds in Computer Aided Drafting and Design and Manufacturing Technology. He has more than 13 years of experience in the automation industry with extensive knowledge from the production floor operations to product marketing activities including CNC machining, lean manufacturing, equipment acquisition and implementation, product literature and catalog development, and trade show expositions.
Mary Gannon, Senior Editor, Design World
Mary Gannon, a Senior Editor for Design World, has a BS in journalism from Boston University, and has been a technical writer and editor for more than ten years. Gannon has covered an extensive range of industrial topics, including motion control, power transmission and fluid power.
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