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Precision Bearing Technologies Featured at Atlantic Design & Manufacturing Show
Date:5/25/2010

'94819874';s.tl(this,'o','ExternalLink');" target='_blank' href="http://www.astbearings.com/p-lubes-mggp.php">Micro Grade Grease Plate™ (MGGP™) – An AST Bearings developed process for lubricating bearings for superior low-torque operation and consistent long term performance.
  • CAD File Integration – A free service from AST will be demonstrated in beta form of a product selection guide with integrated free CAD file downloads.

  • Free Admission for Guests of AST Bearings

    All qualified guests of AST Bearings can gain free admission (a $55 value) by registering online at:  https://www.compusystems.com/servlet/ar?evt_uid=124&PriorityCode=EL.  Alternatively, qualified visitors can register on-site by entering Promo Code: BB to receive a free expo pass.  The free expo pass is good for all six concurrent shows.  AST Bearings is located in the first isle in Booth 133.

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