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Rotary Viscous Damper: Marine Application

We have made a few designs for use in marine applications. The materials we use are impervious to saltwater and debris. The damping grease used is sealed internally and won’t lose functionality with immersion in water or in splashing situations. … Continue reading

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More 3D Printed Rotary Viscous Dampers

  Mechanical Motion Technologies  has produced another custom rotary  viscous  damper. By utiilizing state of the art  3d printing polymers we can produce prototypes  and production level dampers at a huge price and leadtime reduction. See us at http://www.mmtech.us to … Continue reading

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Rotary Viscous Dampers and the 3d printing trend

In the design process for a new device there usually is a step that is very important called the proof of concept. Without a proof of concept you usually are doomed. Can you really take the chance and spend a … Continue reading

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