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Developing and mass-production of any product comes with risk, but the stakes associated with medical manufacturing are exceptionally high. When it comes to manufacturing medical components, safety and quality is non-negotiable – the quality of...
Bearings enable smooth, low friction motion. In a perfect world they'd all be super light, extremely compact, maintenance-free, quiet and durable. In other words, perfectly optimized for automotive applications. Unfortunately the world isn't...
The medical manufacturing industry is rapidly evolving as manufacturers continue to leverage new technologies and processes in order to shorten lead times, improve quality control and produce more effective components for use in medical devices. In...
It’s hardly news that product launch cadence has increased dramatically in recent years. What’s less well known is how suppliers can help reduce time-to-market for manufacturers. Here’s a look at how rapid prototyping with the design and testing of...
If you are manufacturing machinery for the agricultural industry, then you know that finding the right precision parts is more important than ever. Make running your operation easier by using the right stainless steel balls in agriculture and...
Hartford Technologies is pleased to welcome Doug Narins as Director of Business Development. Mr. Narins primary focus will be in the automotive sector, cultivating new opportunities and servicing existing accounts.
Hartford Technologies, a leading US & China precision ball and custom bearing assembly manufacturer, announced that Jordan Greenlee has joined their company as its Manager of Sales and Marketing Administration.
Car buyers often gauge vehicle quality by how a movement feels. Smooth motion with just the right degree of resistance signifies high quality while a mechanism with excess play feels loose and poor quality. Automotive manufacturers wanting to build...
In today's business world lack of agility is a problem. Bad weather, earthquakes and geopolitical events can disrupt supply chains with little or no warning. A procurement function that fails to respond risks shutting down manufacturing. And...
Building an entirely new product unlike anything on the market often times requires engineers to use components unlike anything being used. In these situations, custom manufacturing is invaluable, enabling engineers to procure prototypes of the...