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Glebar Redesigns Website

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The grinding supplier’s website is now responsive, enabling easier access to content and resources.

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Glebar, a supplier of grinding machines, has launched a redesigned website at glebar.com. The site is intended to make it easier to find turnkey precision grinding solutions, the company says, providing a clean, responsive design for faster search.

The site enables users to browse a new Parts Library page to find particular components. Users can filter by application and/or industry to find what they need and appraise which system fits their needs. The site includes new Industry and Applications pages, complete with related case studies and videos. Machine pages are filtered by type: infeed/thrufeed centerless; micro grinding systems; form grinder systems; beyond centerless; gaging; and more. The site includes over 24 case studies categorized by industry, many with high-quality videos. The homepage enables users to quickly connect with sales, technical support and aftermarket sales. 


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