Motion Control Engineering & Manufacturing Resources

6 Benefits of Computer Carts on Wheels for Hospitals

Posted by Weber Knapp on Aug 24, 2021 10:42:00 AM

The way health care is delivered in hospitals is changing. Yet every medical center must still meet the same standards of exceptional care.

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Topics: Applications, Ergonomics, Medical Equipment, Safety

How Do Gas Springs Work? | Heavy-Duty Hinge Design

Posted by Weber Knapp on Aug 12, 2021 4:15:00 PM

Gas springs and their close cousins are abundant in many industries and applications. From overhead bins in airplanes, and from cargo doors to armored vehicle doors, gas springs have a variety of applications. 

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Topics: Applications, Motion Control, Design, Gas Springs, Durability, Safety

Is an Ergonomic Mouse Tray Worth the Office's Cheese?

Posted by Weber Knapp on Aug 3, 2021 9:45:00 AM


Have you created a healthy workplace for your employees? The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) advocates for a workplace that promotes good posture through ergonomic office furniture and equipment. Good posture leads to more productive employees with fewer aches and pains, healthier bodies, and fewer sick days. 

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Topics: Ergonomics, Appliance, Safety, office equipment

5 Jobs That Call for Computers on Wheels: Schools, Hospitals, & More

Posted by Weber Knapp on Jun 30, 2021 11:18:30 AM

Changes in the way we learn, take care of others, and problem-solve have resulted in demand for more flexible tech at school and work. Computers on wheels (COWs) accomplish just that. 

To the uninitiated, computers on wheels are desktops or laptops situated on a powered mobile cart.

Computers on wheels enable professionals in various industries to expand their services, improve patient experiences and outcomes, increase revenue, and transform learning experiences.

Here’s how they can become a viable solution for profitability and efficiency in your office or school!

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Topics: Engineering, Push Cart, Medical Equipment, Safety

Office Hot Desking Essentials for Ergonomic Workstations

Posted by Weber Knapp on Jun 23, 2021 3:02:00 PM

Are you looking for office furniture that can serve multiple people of all sizes, at all times of the day? Hot desking (aka “hoteling”) is a growing trend that allows business owners or office managers to reduce overhead by not letting desks sit idle. Instead, employees reserve a desk as needed for their in-office days. 

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Topics: Ergonomics, Motion Control, Engineering, Hinges, Safety, office equipment

How to Buy the Best Ergonomic Keyboard Tray for Your Office Setup

Posted by Weber Knapp on Jun 15, 2021 9:18:00 AM

Do your employees spend a lot of time at their computers? At this point, who doesn’t?

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Topics: Ergonomics, Motion Control, Design, Counterbalance, Hinge, Safety

Ergonomics in Manufacturing: How to Improve Shop Floor Safety

Posted by Weber Knapp on May 5, 2021 9:00:00 AM

In manufacturing, safety is always a major concern. Hazards that come with the territory of a manufacturing line or shop floor can pose a serious threat to the health and well-being of your employees.

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Topics: Ergonomics, Safety, Manufacturing

Hotel Ergonomics Design: Building for Visitor & Staff Safety

Posted by Weber Knapp on Apr 21, 2021 10:30:00 AM

Unlike most offices, a bustling hotel has to keep the safety and comfort of both its employees and guests in mind during the design phase. You'll want to be as cognizant of hospitality ergonomics behind the front desk or in the laundry room as you are in the guest rooms.

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Topics: Applications, Ergonomics, Motion Control, Design, Hospatility Furniture, Safety

6 Signs Your Ergonomic Furniture Manufacturer Is Letting You Down

Posted by Weber Knapp on Mar 19, 2021 2:15:34 PM

The key to a successful business is being surrounded by competent people, whether that’s your employees or your third-party partners. 

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Topics: Ergonomics, Durability, Safety, Cost, Manufacturing

4 Advantages of Heavy-Duty Hatch Hinges for Armored/Military Vehicles

Posted by Weber Knapp on Mar 9, 2021 9:00:00 AM

If you’ve ever been to a military museum, you may have taken a tour of a tank or an armored truck. The huge hatches on those vehicles are very heavy -- if you’ve lifted one, you know what we’re talking about. 

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Topics: Applications, Motion Control, Design, Hinges, Lid Support, Durability, Safety