Designing Drives for a Competitive Edge

Nov. 12, 2014
Sponsored by Gates Corporation
If you’re an electromechanical engineer who designs power transmission or motion control systems for industrial equipment, you face a challenge. You must adopt new technologies to remain competitive. Download this Gates paper to learn how a field redesign can save on costs, improve productivity, and reduce downtime and maintenance. It also includes two field retrofit case studies that show how forward-thinking facilities implemented new drive designs for improved performance and impressive savings.

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