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Len Calderone - Contributing Author

Len Calderone

Len contributes to this publication on a regular basis. A full list of past articles can be found with an Article Search.

He also writes short stories that always have a surprise ending. These can be found at http://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/Megalen

Len has contributed several articles to the publication.

Len's Most Recent Articles

Using 3D Printers in Manufacturing

The 3D printing industry is expected to change nearly every industry it touches, completely disrupting the traditional manufacturing process. As a result, the projected value of the industry is expected to explode in the near future

Is a Robot After Your Job?

Robots may be after your job, but you could be their boss.

Welcome to the International Manufacturing Technology Show

No article can do this show justice, especially with over 2,000 exhibitors utilizing 1.3 million square feet of show floor.

George Fomitchev - Contributing Author

George Fomitchev

George is the CEO and Founder of Endurance Robots and contributes to this publication on a regular basis. A full list of past articles can be found with an Article Search.

CEO and Founder of Endurance
Entrepreneur. Maker. Futurist.
Panelist speaker on Annual IEEE Connecticut Conference on Industrial Electronics, Technology & Automation

http://EnduranceRobots.com
http://EnduranceLasers.com

George's Most Recent Articles

A Complete Review of Semiconductor Lasers And a Few Words About What You Can Do With a 5.6 W Semiconductor Laser

This is a detailed article about popular inexpensive semiconductor lasers and about what you can engrave and cut using a 5.6 W semiconductor laser, installed on a 3D printer or CNC machine.

Application of Instant Messengers in Robotics. What Perspectives and Opportunities They Open

Why not to use the open protocols and API of messengers to control robots, whether this be a drone or a wheeled platform, via mobile phones?

Additive Manufacturing

The most popular and widespread technology is FDM (fused deposition modeling), known also as FFF (fused filament fabrication). The majority of companies apply this technology in numerous printers, both of "amateur" and of "professional" classes.

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Share Your Expertise - Contribute an Article, Case Study or Interview

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Here's how!

  • The process is very simple. Just email the paper or article along with any diagrams, photos etc. that you wish to have included. Length is not restricted. We do all the formatting and title graphics etc. and prepare the article for publication.
  • If you would rather do an email interview, just send me 5 or 6 lead in questions that cover the topic that you would like the interview to focus on. I will add a few of my own questions and send back the complete interview for you to fill in the answers.
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  • As soon as we receive the complete article or interview, we will get it ready and send you a link to preview before it goes live.
  • Your articles will appear in the next available update (usually within a few days).