Bimba Manufacturing has expanded its online presense with an updated website and more offerings to ehance the customer experience. Providing helpful information for engineers and builders of motion control equipment, Bimba Manufacturing is sponsoring a “Stepper vs. Servo Motor Control” webinar on August 8th at 2 pm EST hosted by Control Design with a complimentary white paper.
Aaron Hand, Managing Editor, Control Design will be the moderator and the speakers are Gilbert Guajardo, Product Marketing Manager at Bimba and Herb McEvoy, Founder of EEC Inc. and former Design Engineer with The Motorola Corporation.
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Bimba Manufacturing debuted their Live Chat service in March. Live Chat is the latest addition to Bimba’s growing online capabilities designed to enhance customer experience. Live Chat enables skilled Bimba professionals to interact directly with customers in real-time, providing faster, more personal support.
“We’re expanding our online customer service abilities by leaps and bounds this year,” said Tom Carlson, Bimba’s Manager of Service Excellence. “Live Chat enhances our robust suite of online tools, and is another way Bimba helps customers get the job done quicker and easier.”
Other customer-friendly features on bimba.com include enhanced CAD drawing functionality, order tracking and easy product customization with the Bimba Design Center.
The newly upgraded website also offers a wealth of information about their products and applications through their Library with Solutions Shop, Technical Tips, Video & Animations selection, a Pneumatic vs. Electric Cost Calculator, brochures, and catalogs. You can also keep up on company news through their quarterly newsletter, Actuation Pneus, or by checking their Twitter Account (@BimbaMfg), YouTube Channel or Facebook page.
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