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A series of breakthroughs in materials and design has allowed manufacturers to work at scales smaller than a billionth of a meter. At these sizes, it's possible to create devices and objects that typically aren't possible.
Driven by the demand for smaller and smaller consumer products and semiconductor devices, manufacturers require thin planar optics for an array of applications.
Manufacturers may need to go through calibration processes to ensure consistent results with every use of a tool or piece of equipment that can or should be calibrated.
If your business has been walloped by the various challenges in the sector, converting the company to an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) could be a way forward.
Using digital twin and digital thread technology, A&D manufacturers can conduct automated assessments to analyze the performance of aircraft components – an advancement that has significant implications for the industry.
NASA has successfully tested its first rocket engine component made through 3D printing. The 3D printed component produced a breathtaking 20,000 pounds of thrust.
For 2019, we expect new users will continue to find their way towards additive manufacturing, and we’ll see an increasing number of companies shifting their production to AM or adding AM into the mix. New product introductions will bring success and failure...
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“Today, the global manufacturing sector has only started to adopt digital factory technologies, which will expand and change as factories get more connected, networked and flexible,” said Pierce Owen, Principal Analyst at ABI Research.
The Industrial Internet Consortium Announces the Optimizing Manufacturing Processes by Artificial Intelligence Testbed
The IIC explores AI and IIoT technologies to optimize automotive manufacturing
The global Industry 4.0 market is expected to reach $214 by 2023, surpassing the Cybersecurity market by 30%, according to leading research firm Industry 4.0 Market Research.
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EMBRACING AUTOMATION, TRANSFORMING LOGISTICS In an era of high ecommerce growth and transborder trade, efficient logistics technologies and warehousing facilities are as vital as ever for the company's bottom line. In large scale and globalised operations, robust and reliable supply chain solutions are crucial to maintaining efficient flow and storage of goods from point of origin to the point of consumption. Successful businesses have always needed high quality approaches to transportation, shipping, receiving, storage, and management. In today's ultra-connected world, real-time logistical information and automation in inventory, warehousing, material handling, packaging, disposal, and security has become ever more crucial for long term, sustainable success.
New Ivalua study shows technology challenges are hindering procurement teams from achieving business objectives
Lack of system integrations and actionable insights are stopping organizations from accurately measuring performance
Flow Technology Introduces In-Line Ultrasonic Meter for Ultra-Low-Flow Low Viscosity Liquid Applications
Compact, rugged in-line ultrasonic flow meter for use in small-pipe, ultra-low-flow low viscosity liquid applications. Meter's construction makes it ideal for many high purity and corrosive fluids in a wide range of industries and applications.
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Dynatect Automated Machine Safety Roll-Up Doors
Need to increase safety? Are you using light curtains? Is space a concern? Dynatect's Gortite® VF Automated Machine Safety Door combines safety technology, speed, and a physical barrier to isolate hazardous operations. Use of a physical barrier with safety sensors can save up to 30 square feet of manufacturing space. Using the ANSI minimum safety distance formula, the Gortite® VF Door limits the depth penetration factor and average approach speed, allowing closer location of the safeguarding device. Unlike light curtains, which can't contain process hazards, an automated machine safety door can isolate common workplace debris. This physical barrier is designed to contain process driven hazards such as weld sparks, UV flash, and light debris. Thus, the operator can maintain closer proximity to the work area improving ergonomics and productivity.
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