What will we do when Moore's Law is no more?

For half a century, the technology industry has been built on a set of rules that have defined how everything from power electronics to computer chips are designed. Among these rules is Moore's Law, which has been underpinning innovation since 1965, but it is expected to come to an end in the coming years. This is creating an urgent need for innovation in computing, design and materials, as Benjamin Stafford, Materials Science Specialist at materials search engine Matmatch, explains.

Celera Motion Broadens Precision Motion Capabilities

Adds Servo Drives to Complement Its Encoders, Motors and Mechatronics

KeraCel, a world leader in solid-state lithium ion batteries, announced a breakthrough in its multi-material ceramic battery using its proprietary 3D printing technology.

KeraCel is developing its ceramic solid-state batteries using proprietary additive manufacturing 3D printing technology resulting in a unique monolithic structure. This unique structure allows for greatly increasing the battery energy density and producing safer and longer lasting batteries.

DQE Communications: Why Today's Manufacturers Need High Speed, Fiber Optic Networks

With the rise of digitally-enabled advances such as Big Data, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Industrial IoT (IIoT), the network solutions provider is on a mission to ensure that modern enterprises, including manufacturers, have the high-speed, high capacity networks they need to power production.

Webinar Showcases How Modern ERP Software Can Attract the Next Generation Workforce

Ultra Consultants and SYSPRO USA Present Informative Webinar Session Geared to Manufacturing, Distribution Project Teams

XPRIZE Founder Peter Diamandis to Keynote LiveWorx, the Definitive Conference for Digital Transformation

Leaders at the Forefront of Technology to Explore the Human Potential in the Augmented Workforce

Hermle to Showcase "Milling at its Best" at 2019 Global Open House

Visitors will have the opportunity to interact with more than twenty machine models in various configurations and with complementary equipment from high-tech industries to demonstrate the vast range of capabilities provided by Hermle products.

Continuous Process Chain for Additive Manufacturing - For the First Time a 3D Print from CATIA V5

Future users will be able to reduce their time and costs resulting from the closed process chain for additive manufacturing, because now the development process for a part until series maturity has become significantly leaner.

Joint euspen/ASPE Event Covers Advanced Precision in Additive Manufacturing

AM/3D Printing is today making concerted strides as a manufacturing technology, but as it makes the transition to a factory floor technology, a focus on precision and verifiable repeatability is fundamental.

Cummins Implementing New Technologies With Potential to Revolutionize Manufacturing

Binder jetting is a technology where a print head moves across a bed of powder and selectively deposits a liquid binding agent in the shape of the section, bonding these areas together to form a solid part one layer at a time. Depending on complexity of the part or component, the technology can print 60 to 100 times faster than laser-based printing processes.

ProMach Strengthens Robotics Integration Capabilities with Acquisition of Quest Industrial

Deal expands ProMach's growing robotics and integrated solutions portfolio and enhances robotic service capabilities across multiple markets

MT360 CONFERENCE TO BRIDGE GAP BETWEEN MANUFACTURING AND TECHNOLOGY COMMUNITIES

Event provides practical guidance on implementing advanced yet available technologies, exposes high tech firms to market opportunities available in manufacturing.

FlexCNC Introduces new Beam Line

The FlexBEAM has a monoblock welded steel frame with high rigidity and a t-slot machine bed. It features 3 axis interpolation, scribing, automatic hydraulic workholding and automatic tool touch-off.

Microlight3D acquires Smart Force Technologies to add 2D capabilities to its micro-scale 3D-printing systems

Additional 2D know-how and products will give Microlight3D's customers more ability in rapid prototyping of larger and more complex 3D micro-parts

Test Nanofabrica's Micro Additive Manufacturing Technology!

Nanofabrica is offering to print your parts and present them to you at the upcoming euspen annual conference and exhibition in Bilbao, Spain.)

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