Acquiring Complex Machined Parts in the "No Bid Zone"

Pharmaceutical companies are partnering with machine shops capable of producing ultra-high tolerance parts for enhanced reliability.

Can You Complete Your Project Without A Conveyor? The Pros and Cons

Can you accomplish the same goals with alternatives to conveyor? Possibly - but consider the opportunity cost. Let's explore some common misconceptions about conveyors, as well as some pros and cons of conveyor alternatives.

EcoInCure: Space-Saving Oven Technology for Electric Cars

Chinese start-up features state-of-the-art manufacturing technology

Alfa Romeo Sauber F1® Team Adds Five 3D Systems ProX® 800 SLA 3D Printers to Win the Race Against Time for Part Production

- New SLA 3D printers join Alfa Romeo Sauber F1® Team's extensive arsenal of 3D Systems SLS and SLA solutions - Alfa Romeo Sauber F1® Team's Additive Manufacturing services and expertise also available to 3rd parties

NANOGRIPTECH SIGNS NEW LEASE TO SCALE UP MANUFACTURING CAPABILITIES

NanoGripTech, an RIDC tenant, signed a new five-year lease for expanded space at the Lawrenceville Technology Center in Pittsburgh.

Algorithms can change plant maintenance forever

Over the past five years, the industrial sector has begun to see the value in digitalisation and has invested more in adopting it. With this has come a cultural shift from reactive equipment maintenance to proactive maintenance that pre-empts problems. Here, Sean Robinson, service leader at industrial analytics platform supplier Novotek UK & Ireland, explains how plant managers can make proactive maintenance even more effective with machine learning.

Ultra-Short Pulse Lasers Are Great Tools for Processing Plastics for Medical Devices

As an independent laser integrator with our own application labs in which we test and select the best laser for the job, we have conducted testing on USP lasers for polymer processing and want to share some of our findings and recommendations for success.

The Importance of Service Assurance in Smart Manufacturing

Digital transformation is key to the success of many manufacturing businesses in today's environment, and service assurance is key to achieving that transformation.

Trends in Conveyor Systems and Technology

Conveyors today are built to your specifications to improve efficiency and output of your production line. There's no reason to settle for a conveyor that's being shoe-horned into your application

Excelling in Today's Challenging Global Steel Marketplace

How POSCO is addressing market obstacles and protecting its vital steel production assets from corrosion

Linde Introduces Two Portfolios for Quality Powder Metal Processes

Plus: Expert session highlights proven methods for sintering optimization

3/8″ Super Air Wipe Dries, Cools & Cleans Small Diameters

EXAIR's new 3/8″ Super Air Wipe™ produces a 360° airstream that can blow off, dry, clean or cool the material passing through it. The split design can be clamped around continuously moving material such as wire, cable, pipe, hose and extruded shapes.

Daiwa House Group deploys GreyOrange Butler robotics at Intelligent Logistics Center in Tokyo for multiple shippers

Software platform GreyMatter from GreyOrange uses Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to optimise complex operations for a variety of users

Balluff Simplifies Integration of Serial Devices with IO-Link

Latest Solution is Game Changer for Those Using RS232

Optomec Report Shows Directed Energy Deposition to be 10x Faster and 5x Less Expensive than Power Bed Fusion for Building Mid-Size Metal Parts

"The two most commonly-used commercial methods for laser-based metal additive manufacturing technology today are PBF and powder-fed DED. Each has core strengths and can be used for similar projects. So, what we wanted to clarify with this study was when is one method better than the other"

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Russell Finex - Reclaiming and recycling additive manufacturing powders

Russell Finex - Reclaiming and recycling additive manufacturing powders

The Russell AMPro Sieve Station™ guarantees the quality of your additive manufacturing (AM) powder, and has been designed to provide optimum sieving efficiency, ensuring your powder is ready for use or reuse as and when you require it. With a simple one-button operation and mobile design, this automated check screener ensures your powder at every stage of the process is qualified for use quickly and safely. The flexibility of the Russell AMPro Sieve Station™ means you can use the system for numerous powder handling tasks - being a modular design ensures the machine can be configured to meet your exact requirements.