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A bit of history:

It seems that the first person who formulated the concept and form of modern bearings was Leonardo da Vinci, the Renaissance genius.
But only during the industrial revolution followed the development and use in many fields.
Use ranging from watches to navigation, from the cars handling.
Numbers so big that resulted in large industries, first in Europe, America and then in Japan, this is because the "cushion" has always played a key role in any type of machine.
And 'so increased the demand for increasingly high-tech pad, a product that meets the growing performance of durability, precision, and not least the noise, so a product that occupies a strategic position in society.
In recent years, the bearing is housed in a lot of "special applications", and is born in Italy that specialized companies, such as HTB Inc., dedicated their lives to meet the needs of those companies that have chosen us as partners.

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