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VIDEO: What the heck is a “Sperving Bearing” anyway?

November 3, 2011 by Paul Wharton

This video does not go into any detail about what a “Sperving Bearing” is other than it is incorporated into the famed Rockwell International “Turbo Encabulator.”

Watch this informative video to learn more about this astonishing product and what makes it so special.

The original video above was so successful for Rockwell that they decided to create a follow-up to further explain some of the complexities behind the Turbo Encabulator and the benefits derived from the approach taken by the Rockwell engineers.

Enjoy and don’t forget to share this with your friends!


2 Comments

  1. This is freakin’ hilarious! I thought it might be a serious video until he said “magneto reluctance and capacitive deractance.” Too funny! I like the first video best but both were throughly intertaining. Thanks for posting!

    (BTW – I have still *no idea* what a sperving bearing is.)

    Comment by Hugh Armstrong — November 22, 2011 @ 4:45 PM

  2. Very funny! Thanks for sharing.

    Comment by Pat Linville — November 28, 2011 @ 12:00 PM

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