Monthly Archives: November 2015

Rotary Viscous Damper Options

Since a rotary viscous damper works to smooth out movements of panels, arms, monitor screens, safety doors & similar components, sometimes special movement is required which needs a force applied which can be controlled.  A spring is one of the … Continue reading

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Quality Assurance in Manufacturing

In our facility we have full capabilities to turn your prototype of a rotary viscous damper or friction hinge into a final product. It is engineered manufactured, tested and packaged for immediate shipment to you. The full process from prototype … Continue reading

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Rotary Viscous Dampers in Industrial Use

I would like to talk about the industrial use of our product. We design products for the environment in which they are exposed , especially in factories. In an environment where cars are made or any heavy duty equipment is … Continue reading

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Product Integration and Rotary Viscous Dampers

In general one of the most difficult steps in designing a system or product is integrating components together especially for small footprint products like laptop computers or low profile items where unobtrusiveness is required. Nobody wants a portable product with … Continue reading

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Rapid, Functional Prototypes for Friction Hinges and Rotary VIscous Dampers

I have been talking quite a bit about 3d printing and engineering prototypes.  We have been working on streamlining the process from concept to functional prototypes for a while now and new prototypes are rapidly coming to fruition. As most engineers know … Continue reading

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