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Sept. 1, 2006
At long last, Motion System Design's new website is completed. New features include links to blogs and useful papers. In addition, we editors have gone

At long last, Motion System Design's new website is completed. New features include links to blogs and useful papers. In addition, we editors have gone over article archives with a fine-tooth comb, to make searches more productive, and useful references easier to identify and access. Check it out.

Now with blogs

QC Industries of Cincinnati, Ohio, has unveiled their new, more easily navigable website, which includes detailed information on all of their low-profile conveyors and accessories. A key new element of the site, located at www.qcindustries.com, is a blog that allows customers a convenient way to communicate their questions and comments.

The site also includes online 3D CAD tools to simplify designing with low-profile belt conveyors. Users can search for conveyors and accessories, and then see 360° views of the models to ensure accuracy prior to downloading files into their own design software.

Another newly redesigned website to include a blog is bwc.com. There, one can find anything from tips on wine, books and music, to engineering advice and assistance.

The site of Bishop-Wisecarver Corp., Pittsburg, Calif., it also includes a host of equations and useful conversion tools for engineers, a comprehensive list of FAQs to speed the design process, and a full library of application stories and product manuals.

Existing customers can use their current login information to access the new online ordering system. New customers can register on the site to receive login privileges.

As before, the site offers 3D CAD drawings and catalogs.

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