For Immediate Release: Vesconite Bearings, the maker of advanced polymer bushings, has launched a 3D printer bushing web store. Located on the company website, at 3D Printer Bushings Online , stock printer bushings include the LM12UU, LM10UU, LM8LUU, LM8UU and LM6UU, priced from $1.90 excluding taxes and shipping.
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- Sliding Vesconite Polymer Wear Plates Provide Extended Life
- Vesconite Bearings has Introduced Standard 3D Printer Bushings as Stock Items
The specialised 3D printer bushings in stock fit many common 3D models. They come in Vesconite Hilube and an advanced grade, Vesconite Superlube. Both materials greatly reduce noise, have self-lubricating properties with low coefficients of friction. Each material is ideally suited for 3D printers and provide many benefits for users, including better quality prints with reduced ghosting. Vesconite Superlube is the advanced grade with a significantly lower coefficient of friction. It is preferred since its low friction results in less strain on the stepper motors, less belt tension and extended bushing wear life.
Vesconite Bearings has been inundated with requests for its noise-reducing, grease-free, shaft-friendly 3D printer polymer bushings that replace bronze sleeve bushings and linear ball bearings. As a result, this dedicated web store has been established to deal with the influx of enquiries and cater for the technologically-savvy client base, which is happiest ordering products online.
Information & Testimonials at: Vesconite 3D Printer Bushings
For additional information on 3D Printer Bushings Contact:
Juan van Wyk
+27 11 616 1111
For information on Vesconite Bearings Contact:
+27 11 616 1111
Website: Vesconite Bearings
Vesconite – A specialised hard-wearing thermopolymer designed for challenging operating conditions, Vesconite gives up to 10 times the life of traditional bronze or nylon bushings. Combining internal lubrication, a low friction coefficient and low wear rates, Vesconite does not require external lubrication, even where conditions are dry and dirty.
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