PBC Linear has been nominated by Design World as a leader in engineering innovation for 2009. With their reputation for providing quick and customer focused solutions to the toughest linear motion problems, PBC Linear has created several products that reduce cost, improve precision and enable function in unforgiving environments for a wide range of industries.
This year, PBC Linear has unfurled a host of new products in order to better position themselves as a leader in linear motion manufacturing. For instance, PBC Linearís new miniature actuator, the MLA, has been designed to handle large load capacities at higher speeds with unwavering precision over any other actuator in its class! Also introduced this year is PBC Linearís newest product technology: Profile Rail Technology (PRT). Using re-circulating ball bearing technology built with a new internal lubrication system to ensure smooth and precise travel and long product life, PRT provides stable, rigid linear motion that can be used in several different industries.
Along with new products, PBC Linear has customized and implemented their older ones in a multitude of different applications. The MT series linear actuators were assembled into a customized XYZ gantry and installed in a clean-room dependent, medical analyzer that dramatically reduces the time required to test a sample from days to hours. Integral Vô technology has also excelled since it was first introduced in early 2008. Vastly reducing the required mounting components and alignment time needed for a typical linear guide system, IVT was designed into a newly developed CNC routerósaving the end user huge amounts on cost while maintaining high accuracy precision!
Backed by their ingenuity and successful products, PBC Linear is fully positioned to take 2009 head on. So register to vote now at designworldonline.com to select a leader in engineering! For more information on PBC Linear or any of their problem-solving linear motion technology, please call 1.800.729.9085, email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit us at www.pbclinear.com.