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  1. This installment is part four of a five-part series on bearings in power tools. To catch up, see the following: Industry Introduction Noise and Vibration Temperatures and Materials Bearing performance in power hand tool applications depend heavily on proper lubrication in terms of both type and amount. However, lubricant selection could be the specification most…

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    September 30 2016
  2. This installment is part three of a five-part series on bearings in power tools. To catch up, see the following: Industry Introduction Noise and Vibration Power hand tools must be designed and manufactured so that they can be held by an operator for long periods of time. Bearings must be mounted properly, have the proper…

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    September 16 2016
  3. To read part I of our series on bearings in power tools, click here. A noisy and vibrating tool will quickly cause discomfort for its operator, particularly in factory or production environments where motion and operations are repetitive. In the case of ball bearings, noise and vibration are directly related to the quality of the…

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    September 2 2016