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igus shows the CO2 footprint for self-lubricating tribo-plain bearings

Published on: October 13, 2022

Transparent information on carbon footprints in the online shop facilitates customer CO2 accounting 13 October 2022 – How much CO2 is released into the atmosphere as a result of plastic bearings production? For the first time, igus®, the motion plastics specialist, is publishing precise CO2 footprints for many of its self-lubricating, maintenance-free iglide® polymer plain […]

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New self-lubricating and maintenance-free igus plain bearings for the automotive industry of the future

Published on: October 10, 2022

Alternative to metal: iglide H5 series bearings are particularly robust, chemical-resistant, and lightweight 10 October 2022 – Robust, corrosion-resistant, chemical-resistant, and lightweight – the automotive industry places high demands on plain bearings for everything from engine compartments to windshield wipers. Since many bearing materials reach their limits here, igus®, the Cologne-based plastics specialist, is launching […]

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GMG develops new robot grippers with plastic plain bearings from igus

Published on: September 8, 2022

Lifting a component into a shipping carton with three fingers, then placing cardboard over it for protection with a vacuum gripper: for this automation process, the Gesellschaft für modulare Greifersysteme (GMG) from Soest has developed a multifunctional long arm gripper – with the human hand as a model. How do plastic plain bearings from igus […]

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Heavy-duty plain bearings from igus ensure a maintenance-free drive of the PowerBully

Published on: August 31, 2022

Whether in the forest, the mud, the moor, or the desert, Kässbohrer Geländefahrzeug AG developed its PowerBully for the most impassable terrain. The track-driven vehicle battles its way to its destination wherever a wheeled vehicle would despair. Unique challenges also arise for the plain bearings used in the vehicle. These bearings have to withstand dirt, […]

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ECOlogical: first range of igus plain bearings made from re-granulated tribo-plastics

Published on: August 10, 2022

ECOlogical: first range of igus plain bearings made from re-granulated tribo-plastics 10 AUGUST 2022 – Social transformation, responsibility for the environment, and changes in how we use plastics are getting a lot of attention in the industry. For customers interested in more sustainable designs for their moving applications, igus® now offers an exciting alternative: four […]

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Hydraulic A-Frame on Ship with Polymer Bearings Provides Maximum Freedom of Movement

Published on: July 7, 2022

The Linkage System gives the A-Frame made by Ship & Yacht Engineering a 180-degree range of motion Founded in 2000, Ship & Yacht Engineering Limited specializes in managing and implementing complex shipbuilding and marine technology projects. Its founder and CEO, Erik Hofmann, develops everything needed in shipbuilding, from ramps to cruise ships. While working with […]

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igus helps oil tankers become ecologically friendly sailing ships

Published on: May 23, 2022

Electric sails with bearing technology from igus reduce fuel consumption by up to 40 percent May 23, 2022 – igus®, the global leader in engineered motion plastics, announced that its cutting-edge bearing technology is helping to reduce environmentally harmful emissions from international shipping. Self-lubricating and maintenance-free plain and radial deep groove ball bearings from igus […]

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igus® polymer technology helps stroke patients to rehabilitate during physiotherapy

Published on: April 6, 2022

drylin® linear systems and iglide® plain bearings from igus provide lubrication and maintenance free adjustment of advanced robotic exoskeleton for stroke patients April 5, 2022 – Many stroke patients worldwide suffer from hemiplegia (partial paralysis). Exoskeletons such as Harmony from Harmonic Bionics can help rebuild the nerve tracts in arms and shoulders. In order to […]

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