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#DiscoverGK: Explore New Insight In R&D

Have you ever wondered what is going on behind the scenes at General Kinematics?

“How do they decide what equipment will work best in our facility?”
“How do they know that this machine will work with our material?”
This new video explores the process of R&D at General Kinematics. Join Steve Massman (Technical Director), Dick Reeves (Director of Resource Recovery), Oscar Mathis (Technical Director), and Tom Musschoot (President of General Kinematics) to learn what makes General Kinematics’ equipment cutting edge vibratory technology, built for you..


Interested in learning more about the GK process or set up testing of your own material at GK? Talk our experts!

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