What Do Race Cars and Sawguides Have In Common?

POST DATE: August 06, 2014

AUTHOR Udo Jahn

Since it’s racing season around the globe and many people love watching race cars go fast. Many dream they could get in a really nice race car and drive at high speed. I for one am not against that. It’s amazing on how many precision components go into a race car. Many teams have large numbers of available en…
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Can Little Tweaks Make A Big Difference?

POST DATE: July 24, 2014

AUTHOR Dean Maier

Remember the old days of carburetors? Did you ever get the notion to start making small adjustments to see if you could make it run better? Lube systems are the same way and if set-up correctly, they can save all kinds of money, downtime, grief and machines. But get that one guy who wants to start tweaking to…
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A Lubrication System That Works

POST DATE: July 09, 2014

AUTHOR Dean Maier

Have you ever given thought to what goes on behind the scenes when you see a new product? The saw guide lubrication system we build is one of those products that’s almost an application or machine specific that people think is a “one size fits all” type of machine. They never are. In the beginning, we were t…
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Are Inaccurate Sawguides Increasing Your Power Consumption?

POST DATE: June 26, 2014

AUTHOR Udo Jahn

Have you ever driven behind a car that’s going fast and their brake lights keep flashing? I have and I always wonder what the heck is going on. It is scary! I didn’t know what they were doing. I eventually figured out that these drivers are actually driving with one foot on the brake pedal and the other on th…
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Chain Lubrication and Canola Oil?

POST DATE: June 11, 2014

AUTHOR Dean Maier

Whenever we are asked what we use to lube chains, we say, “oil.” It’s not a sarcastic answer it’s the truth. Some customers have used grease to lubricate chains and the results weren’t the best. Grease is a thixotropic medium; it has to be worked, in order to release the oil (or the part of the grease) that a…
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