What is An Air Bearing?

Air bearings are a long-proven technology. But it often takes more than a great technology to change an engineer’s way of thinking. Sometimes it takes a great product. And thanks to New Way, air bearings have never been easier to apply. New Way’s line of standard, off-the-shelf products are designed to help you change your paradigm, whether you’re an OEM or an Integrator.

 

Flat Panel Display Manufacturing with New Way Air Bars

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Bonded Bearings: A System Integrator’s Guide

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CUSTOMER PROVEN SOLUTIONS

Since 1994, New Way Air Bearings has been the market leader in Porous Media™ air bearing technology. Here’s where you’ll see real customer applications, get a sense of how the product performs and possibly spark creative ideas for your next design!

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Air Bars transporting a glass panel

New Way® Air Bearings has always been at the forefront of precision manufacturing. And, with precision comes the need for technology that’s both durable and crash-resistant. Whether you're considering air bearings for conveyance, manufacturing, or inspection stages, our products provide…

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Events

Green and purple graphic for the 20th International EUSPEN Conference and Exhibition.

New Way® Air Bearings will be in attendance at EUSPEN 2020 in Geneva, Switzerland. EUSPEN is the premier international conference for precision engineering and industrial innovation. Hope to see you there!

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Releases

Nick Hackett, President of New Way Air Bearings, shows students from the “What’s So Cool About Manufacturing?” competition the intricacies of one of the manufacturing machines at New Way Air Bearings.

On November 1, 2019, students from E.T. Richardson Middle School in Springfield, PA visited New Way Air Bearings for a rare, behind the scenes look at air bearing manufacturing. Participating in ‘What’s So Cool About Manufacturing?’, students spent a day interviewing employees, filming them at work, and gaining a new and exciting perspective on manufacturing.

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