Samtec Releases Ultra-Low-Profile, 28 Gbps Micro Pitch Cable System

Samtec has expanded its family of Z-Ray® micro pitch interposers to include an ultra-low-profile cable system for high-speed cable-to-board applications where space is limited.

World-class Architects, Designers and Engineers to Unveil the Future of 3D at In(3D)ustry

Can you print the remaining parts of the Sagrada Familia, a car or your own attire? Some of the world's top professionals from four major industries - Health, Automotive and Aeronautics, Consumer and Retail, and Architecture and Habitat - will be showing us how it's done at the first edition of In(3D)ustry From Needs to Solutions which takes place on 21-23 June at the Italian Pavilion of Fira de Barcelona's Montjuïc venue.

Basic Assembly Skills Are as Important as Ever, Even in This Technology-heavy Era

Whatever advancements the future holds, production facilities will continue to need individuals who have a wide range of basic assembly skills and those individuals will always be indispensable.

Dassault Systèmes and Airbus Group Extend Collaboration to Additive Manufacturing

3DEXPERIENCE Platform at the Core of Aircraft Programs Integrating Design, Simulation and Production

Wipro Partners with Authentise to offer Additive Manufacturing Services

Building on its extensive Engineering and R&D services experience, this alliance will help Wipro to deliver the full spectrum of 3D printing services including consulting, design optimization, software & system integration, product management and testing services.

Fisher Unitech Continues Their Mission to Advance Manufacturing in America

North America's leader in 3D Printing and 3D CAD Product Development to Acquire Prism Engineering

CADsoft Consulting Hosts Autodesk 2017 Solutions Seminars

Demonstrations of the latest in Autodesk technology

Carnegie Mellon Taps Private Gift for Engineering Simulation Center

Dian Schaffhauser for Campus Technology:  Carnegie Mellon University has launched a new collaboration with Ansys, a global company that produces software for engineering simulation. Under the terms of the agreement, the company will endow a new "Ansys Career Development Chair" in the College of Engineering and help fund a new building dedicated to the study of Industry 4.0. That facility will bring together faculty, students, researchers and corporate participants. Industry 4.0 is the name given to a movement that uses sensor, robotic, simulation and other innovative technologies to shrink development cycles and transform product design, development and manufacturing. The new 30,000 square foot facility, which will be known as the Ansys Building, is intended to expand the "making" capabilities of the college by adding a simulation and collaboration lab and a large open bay facility for undergraduate students to build full-scale projects. That open bay facility will be next door to the fabrication and machining facilities of the Hamerschlag Hall MakerWing, announced in December, where students will be able to make their components and then assemble them into larger systems.   Cont'd...

Consider This When Buying a New VMC

The best vertical machining center for you is the one that meets your needs. Therefore, the first step when shopping for VMCs is to clearly determine what you need the machine to do.

CyberArk Delivers Malware Protection for Industrial Control Systems

Industrial Organizations, Such as Manufacturers and Energy Providers, Gain Secure Remote Access Benefits Along With Greater Protection, Detection and Response Capabilities

Student Engineering Team from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Wins Excavator Cab of the Future Design Contest

IFPE and CONEXPO-CON/AGG, the largest construction show in Western Hemisphere will feature the first use of 3-D printed steel in an excavator designed by engineering students

Prototype House Co-Founder Matthew Bordy Shares Prototyping and Product Development Tips at a Miami Start Up Event

Throughout the event attendees asked various questions about the product development process ranging from patent filing, to the manufacturing process and when is the right time to contact a product development professional.

Control System Integrator Patti Engineering Celebrates 25 Year Anniversary

Patti Engineering thanks partners, employees and customers in celebration of a quarter century of providing innovative control system integration solutions for industrial automation, production intelligence and shop floor IT solutions

How Small Manufacturers Can Leverage Smart Manufacturing

Andrew Waycott for Industry Week:  I see three ways in which smaller manufacturers can leverage Smart Manufacturing.  The first is the way applicable to all manufacturers—using today’s affordable sensors to get better data, then using that data to fine-tune the process, decrease variability and remove bottlenecks. All of these bring costs down and drive quality up. Now let’s talk about the other two ways—ways that are specific to the smaller manufacturer. Smaller manufacturers have the edge in building volumes of one—in other words, customized orders. For many smaller manufacturers, the look is less assembly line and more set of work stations. This means that the operator in a smaller plant typically makes more decisions. It’s a more people-oriented process.   Cont'd...

SME Awards Additive Manufacturing Leaders and Visionaries

EOS Founder Hans J. Langer, PhD, Receives Additive Manufacturing Industry Achievement Award

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