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Author: Robin Olson | Category: Gear
Gear drives tend to be described by either the arrangement of their shafts or the way that they mount to the driven equipment. It’s important to realize that the shaft arrangement and the mounting are two different characteristics of the drive. Asking a supplier for a “shaft mounted” drive or a “right angle” drive is not enough information for selection by itself!
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Author: Robin Olson | Category: Gear
The heart of a gear drive is obviously the gears within it. Gears operate in pairs, engaging one another to transmit power. In this blog post we will go over the different types of gears that are found in drives. 
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Author: Mike Miclot | Category: IIoT Smart Solutions
Industry 4.0 ties the computer based, analytic driven Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) into the physical processes of a factory. Not to be confused with IoT (Internet of Things), Industry 4.0 is the culmination of IoT, analytics, automation, physical systems, the cloud, and additional factors that make up a “smart” operation, or a “smart factory”.
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Author: Chuck McGrady | Category: Beverage Solutions, Conveying Solutions
The main function of a Rexnord flat top conveying chain is to convey or transport products from one point to another. Rexnord flat top modular chains can be used to convey, transfer, accumulate, meter, elevate and lower items of various sizes and shapes. In this blog you will learn the differences between Rexnord MatTop and TableTop chains. 
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Category: Bearings, Conveying Solutions, Gear, IIoT Smart Solutions
And so ends the first year of content for the Rexnord Power Transmission Blog. As we look back on 2017, we thought it would be fun to take a look back on the 5 most read articles from the last year.  We hope that you’ve enjoyed reading our content as much as we have creating it for you. If you have a topic that you would like one of our subject matter experts to address, leave us a message on Twitter or LinkedIn.
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Author: Bill Holtz | Category: Couplings
A disc coupling is a relatively simple coupling design, consisting only of two hubs, a center member, two disc packs and fastening hardware. Here are a few tips that will help ensure a proper disc coupling installation that will provide years of reliable service.
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Author: Bill Holtz | Category: Couplings
Coupling fall into two main categories: Material Flexing and Mechanical Flexing. The material flexible types obtain their flexibility from stretching or compressing a resilient material, such as rubber, or from the flexing of thin metallic discs or grid. Material flexing couplings do not require lubrication, with the exception of grid couplings.
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Author: Jon Utz | Category: Industrial Chain
Heat treatment is used to alter the physical properties of a material – typically to increase the strength and wear characteristics of a chain while maintaining adequate toughness and ductility for the application. Heat treatment involves the use of heating, rapid cooling (quenching), and sometimes even chilling components to extreme temperatures to achieve a desired result. 
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Author: Barry Voshell | Category: Conveying Solutions, Food Solutions
Plastic and metal conveying belts are both great choices for the Food Conveying Industry, but for very different reasons. What makes one belt perfect for one application might make it a poor choice for another.
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Author: Mark Czubak | Category: Bearings
When installed properly, pillow block bearings can last years without needing to be replaced. Follow these steps to ensure minimal downtime and a longer service life.​ Follow these steps to properly install your Pillow Block bearing.