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New Way Brings New Solutions to Optical Manufacturing New Way Air Bearings® is always proud to support the research and understanding of how Porous Media™ benefits emerging markets and applications. Today we want to share how New Way’s Porous Media air bearings supported research funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). This research concerned the...

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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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