07-05-2016 - RADFORD, VA – Thomson Industries, Inc., a leading manufacturer of mechanical motion control solutions, has released an educational video that guides design engineers through the process of resetting the keyway location of a Thomson CB Series wrap spring clutch. This product accurately starts and stops loads driven by a continuously rotating power source.
“The process is a simple operation,” said John Pieri, Senior Product Line Manager for Clutches and Brakes at Thomson. In the video, Pieri demonstrates how to correctly reset the keyway location, stating, “The process is a simple operation. Simply insert a tool-- in this case a metal straight edge -- into the clutch retainer ring, and pull up the ring until it hits the clutch spring.”
Thomson strives to continually innovate and lead the marketplace in linear motion solutions and share their application engineering and technical expertise. To that end, Thomson has authored a wide range of educational videos, webinars and technical white papers available now at http://www.thomsonlinear.com to inform and guide design engineers, explain technology alternatives and simplify the linear motion component selection process.
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For more information about Thomson’s range of clutches and brakes, please visit: http://www.thomsonlinear.com/website/com/eng/products/clutches_and_brakes/wrap_spring_clutches.php
About Thomson Industries, Inc. With more than 70 years of motion control innovation and quality, Thomson is the industry’s premier producer of Linear Ball Bushing® Bearings and Profile Rail Bearings, 60 Case® Shafting, Ground and Rolled Ball Screws, Linear Actuators, Gearheads, Clutches, Brakes, Linear Systems and related accessories. Thomson invented the Linear Ball Bushing Bearing in 1945 and has set the standard ever since with an unsurpassed set of mechanical motion control solutions serving global commercial and aerospace and defense markets. Thomson has facilities in North America, Europe and Asia with more than 2000 distributor locations around the world.