STOBER partners with Rockwell Automation to deliver mechatronics solutions that enable our mutual end-customers to optimize their machine’s efficiency, create reliable solutions, and save space while being backed by an industry-leading warranty.
STOBER regional managers Brian Gerzsenyi, Nick Smith, and Mark Sticklen recently presented at the General Mills Maintenance & Reliability Leadership Conference. Their presentation focused on how to eliminate downtime related to gearboxes.
If you’re unsure about how to install or perform maintenance on your STOBER gearbox and aren’t interested in reading a user’s manual to find what you need, look no further than a quick YouTube tutorial!
As a consumer, you use 3D modeling when you research items such as cars, clothing, shoes, and appliances online, so why shouldn’t you see 3D models of your gearboxes too? Now you can with STOBER’s new 3D modeling tools.
If you have questions about our products you’d like answered, a tough application you need a solution for, or just want to touch base and put a name with a face, us our Meeting Request tool to schedule some one-on-one time with our team!
Join us at Maysville Oktoberfest on Saturday, Aug. 12 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and find out at the STOBER Stein Dash!
At STOBER, we’re proud to build and ship in only one day from our facility in Maysville, Kentucky, so our customers don’t have to worry about lead times.
Doug Reeves, service team leader, has enjoyed working at STOBER for the past four years and is retiring July 21.
STOBER’s NEMA right-angle gearboxes are ideal to keeping downtime minimized in the beverage industry.
STOBER servo geared motors consist of a gearbox assembled onto the motor for a lighter, more compact solution with less maintenance.