Tag: Laser Alignment

Protect Belt-Driven Equipment with a Sonic Tension Meter

When it comes to maintaining your business’ belt-driven equipment, pulley alignment is only one half of the equation. If belts aren’t properly tensioned, they can wear prematurely and cause equipment malfunctions as well. The Importance of Belt Alignment Tools Belts aren’t cheap, and neither are equipment breakdowns. By checking and re-tensioning belts regularly, however, you… Read more »

Save Money With Energy-Efficient Laser Alignment Tools

For many manufacturing companies, energy costs constitute one of their foremost sources of overhead. It takes a lot of power to maintain a successful manufacturing plant, and the cost of that power can add up fast. Likewise, it’s important for plant managers to look for opportunities to save energy whenever possible. This doesn’t necessarily mean… Read more »

Why We Choose Laser Line Systems

Why We Choose Laser Line Systems

In heavily-automated industrial settings, precision and attention to detail are imperatives. When machinery isn’t properly maintained and components are allowed to fall out of alignment, equipment can suffer from breakdowns which can cost businesses thousands of dollars in lost labor and repairs. Likewise, it makes sense to invest in the best possible tools to keep… Read more »

Anatomy of the Pulley Partner

Anatomy of the Pulley Partner

We know how important proper pulley alignment is to your operation. Aligning the pulleys in your equipment will minimize vibration, and consequently reduce wear on components such as belts and bearings. This can help you to avoid unscheduled downtime and ensure that your equipment works reliably. Unfortunately, traditional methods of alignment like straight edges and… Read more »

Lasers That Can Look through a 2-Centimeter Gap

Laser technology is making the world a safer place across many sectors, not just in our own field. Scientists at the Harbin Institute of Technology have just created an application for lasers that can look through a 2-centimeter gap, like a keyhole, to map an entire room without being inside it. This could potentially revolutionize… Read more »