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Short-cuts, a way to make Precision Shaft Alignment take longer.

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By on February 12, 2016

I love my job, I love conducting precision shaft alignment training at various facilities across this great country and interacting with industrial maintenance technicians that have suffered through or are suffering through the same issues I did. I love proving over and over again that the VibrAlign method of precision shaft alignment is the best […]

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VibrAlign Launches ONEPROD Line of Fully Integrated Condition Monitoring Hardware and Software

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By on February 10, 2016

VibrAlign, Inc., exclusive US distributor of FIXTURLASER brand alignment products, is proud to announce a major expansion to its product offerings; the ONEPROD line of integrated condition monitoring products, developed by VibrAlign’s new parent company, ACOEM S.A. The ONEPROD brand, which includes the HAWK, FALCON, EAGLE, MVX, and NEST, is designed to both fill gaps […]

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Roughing in for Alignment of Long Spans

By on February 4, 2016

Most Fixturlaser alignment tools have detectors in the sensors that can measure a change of position up to 30mm (over 1 inch). In most instances, this is more than enough to measure even severe misalignment. However on long spans, if the misalignment is severe, the machines may need to be roughed in before precision alignment […]

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Soft Foot Concerns In The Stationary Machine?

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By on January 27, 2016

VibrAlign has numerous blogs on soft foot and the frustration that goes along with not eliminating it. Repeatability (or the lack of) can be a major issue. Vibration analysis will pick it up if it is severe enough. When performing a precision shaft alignment most, if not all, soft foot will be eliminated in our […]

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