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September 1999

  • Remember To Document Final Test, Repair Results As Part Of Quality Control

August 1999

  • Procedure Helps Remove Uncertainty From Drying Time For Windings
  • Members Find That Digital Cameras Focus On Productivity, Practicality

July 1999

  • Direct Mail Can Grow Your Business
  • Pricing Tips: Pay Attention To Your Costs On Energy Efficient And Inverter-Duty Motor Rewinds
  • Motor Restack Procedures Provided

June 1999

  • Proper Repairs Don't Degrade Efficiency
  • A Case Study: Alignment Often Can Be The Source Of Vibration Problems

May 1999

  • Voltage And Horsepower
  • Department of Energy Releases New MotorMaster+ 3.0 Software
  • EASA Seeks ANSI Standard Status For Repair Recommended Practice

April 1999

  • DC Motors: More Final Testing Procedures

March 1999

  • Training Pays Off, Contributes To Bottom Line; Make EASA Vo-Tech Part Of Ongoing Program
  • DC Motors: Final Testing Procedures Without A Dynamometer

February 1999

  • Rewinding Motor With Odd Turns Doesn't Have To Be Frustrating
  • Appoint A Top Employee To Lead Your Training Program
  • Newsletters Help To Inform Your Key Audiences

January 1999

  • Develop Relationships Through Open Houses
  • Protect Employees From Contact With Infectious Materials

December 1998

  • Training Pays Dividends; Must Be Ongoing Process
  • Customer Case Studies Provide Testimonials To Good Work

October 1998

  • Employee Training Helps Reduce Turnover; Increases Quality, Productivity
  • News Releases: Why And How EASA Vo-Tech Features Implementation Ease And Flexibility
  • A Case of Uneven Brush Wear
  • (Note: The newsletters for October and November 1998 were combined into one printing.)

September 1998

  • The Case Of The Vibrating Generators