Wm. W. Meyer Offers Defeatured Solid Models
Generation after generation, the Meyer family of employees doesn’t merely hand down engineering and manufacturing expertise, they constantly improve upon their knowledge.
For more than 12 years, Meyer Chief Engineer Greg Sparks has been creating solutions to complex custom requests for our customers. This past summer, his son, Curtis Sparks, home from Arizona State University for a summer internship, created solid models for most of Meyer’s industrial line of rotary valves and feeders.
“This is a convenience solution we are pleased to offer,” said Greg Buric, President, Wm. W. Meyer & Sons. “It’s something customers regularly request and having this capability allows us to provide an error free, simplified implementation.”
Used for general arrangements, these models take the guesswork out of the engineer’s hands regarding interference and connection issues. This new tool will improve accuracy and communication between our sales team for specific application solutions.
Libertyville based, Meyer Industrial Solutions Division engineers and produces premier system components for dry bulk material processing equipment, pneumatic conveying and dust collectors.