Educational Motor/Gearbox Webcast

March 28, 2008
Wednesday, April 9th How do you select a motor and a gearbox (speed reducer) separately, then perfectly match them for your OEM application? Is it better to specify a pre-engineered gearmotor? Does it make a difference?

Wednesday, April 9th 2008

How do you select a motor and a gearbox (speed reducer) separately, then perfectly match them for your OEM application? Is it better to specify a pre-engineered gearmotor? Does it make a difference?

These are the questions that will be answered in Groschopp’s upcoming webcast. Groschopp engineers Matt Decker and Loren Kamstra will share tips, tricks and techniques for specifying the most efficient and cost-effective choices given a variety of application considerations. Review of actual Case Studies will bring their experiences to life and reinforce your new motor/gearbox/gearmotor knowledge. Loren Kamstra, Product Manager and Mechanical Design Engineer Matt Decker have almost 20 years of experience in motor, gearmotor and motion system design for world-class OEM applications. During the Q & A portion of the webcast, they will be joined by Ron Didier, VP-Engineering, who will bring in-depth knowledge to attendee questions based on over 30 years of experience in OEM motor, gearmotor and integrated solution design.

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