The engineering teams at Parker LORD apply their exceptionally robust custom-designed software to gain an advantage when solving Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) vibration isolation and shock challenges. The question is, why wouldn’t companies who manufacture rubber to metal bonded vibration isolators employ the use of current technology to their advantage? It is more surprising to know that not every mount manufacturer leverages such technology in today’s technology-savvy world.
With so many materials and material applications available, how do you choose the right EMI sealing and thermal interface materials and processes? It’s a lot to understand and decipher, so let’s get started untangling the many EMI and thermal management solutions and products available to meet your exact design requirements for interference, heat, and environmental elements.
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So, What is a Vibration Isolator? Vibration isolators perform the basic function of, you guessed it, reducing the amount of transmitted vibration. Reducing vibration transfer through the use of rubber mounts offers a number of benefits. Very real benefits include prolonged equipment life, increased operator or passenger comfort, and even the perception customers have that your product is superior to the competition because it’s not vibrating as much.
The LORD Channel Partner Model Hi, I’m a LORD Channel Partner! You’re a what? I know, it’s a weird way to start a conversation with an engineer trying to solve a critical vibration isolation issue. The introduction always happens with a smile and then is usually followed by a discovery conversation. Modus Advanced, Inc. has been a trusted LORD Channel Partner for over 25 years. Over the years the program has been optimized into a finely tuned system designed to bring LORD’s engineering and problem-solving skills to local customers via a collaboration with their Channel Partners. Together we help customers specify the correct high-performance rubber-to-metal bonded vibration isolators and then Modus® adds further value by stocking the parts in Livermore, CA for immediate delivery. Yes, of course, we love it when customers provide forecasts of their potential demand and place blanket orders!
Modus Advanced is a diversified company who helps take Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) from Idea to Ignition™ by converting high-performance materials into finished products. We solve challenging engineering issues through the use of EMI shielding; die-cut gaskets; microwave absorbers; noise vibration and harshness products; custom molded rubber and thermal interface materials.
How does our 25-year history of collaboration with LORD Corporation benefit our Partnership Accounts? Put another way, why would you simply order direct without bringing in the 25-years of cooperation and know-how developed during this long-standing relationship? Are you really saving time and money? Let’s check out this assumption and see if it passes the fallacy or fact test!
The Tee Up: How applying the Idea to Ignition™ methodology to the SigShield™ product realization process helps us get it right the first time.
Can a 4-step manufacturing methodology lead to better results? Tell me more about how Idea to Ignition™ works at Modus®! What’s in it for you? Ultimately, we’re trying to help our readers understand how our Idea to Ignition™ methodology plays a significant role in helping get it right the first time for customers. The thinking is that acting with speed and precision helps position not only Modus Advanced, Inc. as the Obvious Choice, but it also positions our customers for success. We deliver therefore our customers can execute on their promises!
The Bare Bones Tee Up: There is no more impactful way to explain what the SigShield™ product realization process is than to show you real-life examples of companies that leverage the SigShield™ process to get it right the first time.