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I do know there's an SKF forum which I have access to and it is rarely frequented by anyone.  Except the moderator who may.. I say may.  cause I don't know.. be paid to do so.

Can we please get some numbers on the other brands of equipment?

It should give all members and insight to other brands in case we might want to switch.  Commtest is another brand of interest. rgds
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And are there any other brands that can / should have an interest in this forum?  SPM, Adash, Vibralign, Vibanalyst.... FAG.?

Just fishing to see what is out there.
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Hi Vibe rater, any chance of a link to that site?
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I'll have a look, the SKF machine is enormous and website highly complex.  In my view it defeats the purpose. Everything very hard to find. When you start having to spend time to get back to what you saw a month ago it sort of loses interest. I'll get back.

It starts with http://www.skf.com which will take you to your country's local site.  Then.... who knows.

Try http://www.skf.com/au/knowledge-centre/forums-blogs/skfreliabilitydiscussionforum.html

But since you appear to be in Europe (Ireland?) the link might not work. Key is you have to register and then you will probably be bombarded with sales emails after that.  And upon registration you don't have access to everything. To get that you have to pay.  Are you an SKF employee? In which case you will have automatic full access registration. (I ask because I see you use Microdog)

I have a look at the SKF forum very occasionally but it is not worth the time really.  Very infrequent visitations by anyone and they have a Dr Bob who I am sure will be paid to keep its head juuuuust above water. rgds.

It is called @ptitude exchange.
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This is my current toy, all birds, Falcon, Eagle, Hawk, software Nest.
OneProd a ACOEM company now owning Fixturelaser and Vibralign in the US also.
http://oneprod.acoemgroup.com/

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Hi Oli, how does the analysis capability compare to CSI?  Does it have the "X" function?  How does it go on paper machines? Can you enter the MPM on the box, then  order based ap sets works it all out? rgds
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Falcon is a speedy collector bird with WiFi 3-axis transducer, 2 papermachines in the previous time of 1. Marker is a icon click thingy. Speed is per machine that may be tricky for a complete papermachine. So I ask if someone know when speedvue patent time out? Or why Prueftechnic seems to have a similar? It has camera, strobe and IR temp inside. It also have a automatic analysis system and lightweight true 4 ch system if wired is selected. Eagle is a WiFi sensor system with up to 5 year battery with parameter alarm and full FFT etc. Olov
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I'll have a look, the SKF machine is enormous and website highly complex.  In my view it defeats the purpose. Everything very hard to find. When you start having to spend time to get back to what you saw a month ago it sort of loses interest. I'll get back.

It starts with http://www.skf.com which will take you to your country's local site.  Then.... who knows.

Try http://www.skf.com/au/knowledge-centre/forums-blogs/skfreliabilitydiscussionforum.html

But since you appear to be in Europe (Ireland?) the link might not work. Key is you have to register and then you will probably be bombarded with sales emails after that.  And upon registration you don't have access to everything. To get that you have to pay.  Are you an SKF employee? In which case you will have automatic full access registration. (I ask because I see you use Microdog)

I have a look at the SKF forum very occasionally but it is not worth the time really.  Very infrequent visitations by anyone and they have a Dr Bob who I am sure will be paid to keep its head juuuuust above water. rgds.

It is called @ptitude exchange.


Yep I'm in Ireland,
Work for a Skf Distributor,
I've previously been on that site but lost the address. Admittedly I was only starting out when I last was on it and now I've learned a bit more I wouldn't mind going back.
I think dr bob is a guy called Robert Jones a highly regarded vibration analysis guy in skf I've seen him post a lot on the vibration/Pdm groups on LinkedIn.

Oli, do you use the complete Xpr system for doing contract/customer surveys? Or is there a more basic analysis program? (I hear of a thing caled vibgraph) the Xpr system comes across to me as more suited as an in house users tool for integrating oil thermography etc
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Yes and yes, XPR is the main setup etc. Vibraph is the analysis, graph and plot tool, there is a more basic tool Nest for the birds to live in. Olov
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