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Are you struggling to overcome logistical problems brought on by multi continent manufacturing? This article will help inform you in managing your business and product 
Manufacturing companies continually face issues dealing with quality, price, and time. It's important to address each component of their product to ensure its quality, while reducing costs and guaranteeing it lasts within its slated life cycle. ...
Precision pins and rollers are the workhorses in machines and manufacturing industry. Pins join, fasten, and hold pieces together. Rollers help parts move, and provide support along the way. If you’re embarking on a new project that will rely on...
Manufacturers need to transform their businesses to adapt to a new normal in the wake of COVID-19. The industry was one of the hardest hit by the pandemic, disrupted by government shutdowns and changing consumer needs. Industrial production is still...
At Hartford Technologies, we manufacture a range or precision pins and rollers that are cylindrical in shape, including dowel pins, knurled pins and pivot pins. Some customers require special ends on pins. One of the more popular end configurations...
Hartford Technologies has 80+ years of precision ball-making knowledge and is now utilizing that knowledge in the miniature ball market. Hartford Technologies has opened a new facility in China to expand the manufacture of their line of miniature...
  A bearing is defined as “a machine element that constrains relative motion to only the desired motion, and reduces friction between moving parts.” Designs and subsequent applications of bearings vary, however, bearings for the most part function...
  Manufacturing Process for Needle Bearing Pins and Rollers Needle Bearing Pins and Rollers must be manufactured in such a way that optimizes performance while minimizing costs. Read below to learn more about the steps involved in the manufacturing...
Medical devices use precision specialty balls, pins and assemblies in applications ranging from IV administration to surgical tools. Materials used for medical specialty balls include glass and plastic as well as 302, 304 and 316 stainless steel...
Once a ball bearing product goes into production there’s very little scope to reduce its cost. Faster machines and more automation can only have a small impact. This is because much of the cost – 80% by some estimates – is set by the design. The...