Posts by: Matt Rybalt

Geometric Flatness “Buck In” Procedure

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By on September 29, 2015

Sometimes simple procedures can become huge pain points, especially when the necessary knowledge is not known or available. This has proven to be true with the geometric flatness “buck in” procedure involving a sweep laser transmitter and receiver (detector). First, let me begin by defining “buck in”, this phrase is utilized to describe the process […]

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Adjustable Motor Plate Alignment using the Verti-Zontal Alignment Process

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By on February 18, 2015

Recently while visiting a client’s site, we were asked for alignment advice regarding an electric motor coupled to a mixer. The customer shared that the electric motor sat upon an adjustable base plate with adjustment bolts (jack bolts) in the vertical and horizontal planes.   Despite the base plate having vertical jack bolts, VibrAlign’s typical […]

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