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[filmscanners] Re: keeping the 16bit scans; now=HD longevity OT

Hi Owen,

Regarding Liquid bearings... I don't know how they work.  I assume they
use some type of liquid to create a "frictionless" surface, and maybe
the vortex from the spinning keeps the thing centered??

I only know they have been mentioned as a fix for bearing burnout in
hard drives and that the new Maxtor boxes state they use them...

You may have to do some digging on the internet (maybe a Google search)
to find out more about them.


owenpevans wrote:

> I have never heard of "liquid bearings"! Would you please elaborate on these
> "liquid bearings"; I am always prepared to learn something new!
> Owen

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