Archive for April 24, 2019

Tips For Troubleshooting Your Final Drive Motor

Written by Business Success on . Posted in Final drive motors for a john deere, Kubota kx71-3, Travel motor

In 2009, the revenue of machinery maintenance and heavy equipment repair services in the U.S. totaled around $29 billion. If you’re in the excavation business, chances are you’ve got quite a bit of money invested in your final drive motor and you want to make sure it’s performing to the best of its ability.

Whether you’ve got a final drive motor for a John Deere, a Caterpillar final drive travel motor or some other type of final drive motor, here are some ways to take care of common problems that arise with final drive motors.

When something’s wrong with your final drive motor, the first thing you’ll probably notice is that your final drive motor will act differently.

  • If your final drive motor is spinning backwards, this problem can usually be fixed by swapping the return and input lines on your hydraulic motor or travel motor. If your motor continues to veer to one side or the othe

The Strength and Lifespan of Carbon Fiber Engineering and What It’s Able to Provide

Written by Business Success on . Posted in Carbon fiber manufacturing, Carbon fiber prototype testing, Carbon fiber prototyping

There is much to gain from carbon fiber engineering and the manufacturing of some of the strongest threads around. The strength of these materials provides incredible support for many different products throughout many different industries and various needs. With so many different carbon fiber products that will face a great deal of pressure and wear, composite engineering will help extend the life of different materials.

What is Carbon Fiber Engineering?

There are many different types of carbon fibers that come from composite engineering and composite technology. The use of custom carbon fiber manufacturing develops these incredibly strong fibers that match the power of steel. With many of these materials developed from polyacrylonitrile (PAN), there is much to see of carbon fiber prototypes that are much stronger than the natural fibers that were typically used for clothing and o