E2E Video: Rolling Element Linear Guides

Last month we released the Engineer to Engineer (E2E) Series, a new series of 5 minute videos from our Engineers to yours featuring tips, application tricks and maintenance procedures on our YouTube Channel. This series runs as a complement to our Design on Demand series that was also recently released. Our first E2E video featured Senior Motion Systems Engineer Chuck Leonard, and covered how to choose the correct coupling for your actuator or linear guide.

The second entry into the E2E Series comes from Ryan Middlebrook, Product Manager for Machined Products. Ryan will discuss the differences and benefits of two of Misumi’s core rolling element Linear Guides. Ryan will also briefly explain applications in which each product might be used.

Click here to learn more about MISUMI’s Linear Guide options. You can also check out our full 19-Minute Webinar on Miniature Linear Guides or email Ryan directly at rmiddlebrook@misumiusa.com.

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