ODU-USA Launches ODU-MAC® Strain Relief Housing - An Advanced Modular Connector Solution Designed for Docking Applications

ODU, a worldwide leader in designing and manufacturing high performance connectors, is launching to the US market its advanced ODU-MAC® Strain Relief Housing connector solution designed for a wide range of docking applications.

IMTS - Refresh Your Memory Introduces the Latest Release of FactoryWiz DNC Communication Package at IMTS 2016

FactoryWiz DNC has the ability to collect and save on-machine inspection probe data. Once captured the data can be sent to .XLS or shared with quality systems for faster improved in-process review.

Nano Dimension Supplies First DragonFly 2020 System to Leading Israeli Defense Company

Supply Marks Major Milestone for the Company

New technologies reshape production lines

LINSEY MILLER & CHRISTOF WEHNER OF ARTESYN EMBEDDED TECHNOLOGIES, originally Published on Embedded Computing Design:  Whether people call it Industry 4.0, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), or networked production, they are all talking about coming changing paradigms in the industrial network. Today there are several single-task workstations, manned by humans or robots, which are connected to a higher-level enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. However, that hierarchy is on the cusp of changing massively in the near future to accommodate newer, more intelligent technologies spanning multiple segments of the production line.   Cont'd...


Shop Floor Automations preps for premiere of new manufacturing tools at Chicago's IMTS in Fall 2016.

Howden American Fan Company Announces AF Cast Aluminum Pressure Blowers

Howden American Fan Company, the leading manufacturer of high-quality industrial fans and blowers, announces its AF Cast Aluminum Pressure Blowers, which can be supplied with extremely short (4-7 day) lead times, making them a good choice for urgent OEM equipment replacement applications.

Making a Splash in Water-Resistant Digital Devices

The growing trend of waterproofing portable electronic devices has led fastener manufacturers to discover a low-cost solution.

Hundreds Headed to Nashville This Fall for National Women in Manufacturing SUMMIT

"MFGredefined" theme takes center stage at conference for manufacturing industry leaders

Harmonic Drive LLC Introduces Harmonic Planetary® Gearheads

The new models, HPG-R, add low-speed ratios from 3:1 through 10:1 including all integer ratios in between. HPGR employs helical gearing for improved noise reduction and higher torque capacity. Ideal for a variety of machinery and equipment designs, these new models enhance the already successful HPG series.

Innova Engineering Announces Establishment of New Research and Development Facility

New space allows for improved testing, engineering, and fabrication services for clients seeking product development solutions

Axiom Precision Introduces Elite Series CNC Machines

The new Axiom Precision AutoRoute Elite Series of CNC routers utilizes the most modern servo-driven technology to advance small-format CNC routing.

IMTS - Elb-Schliff at IMTS 2016 - Additive Precision Grinding

Machine tool manufacturer Elb-Schliff is presenting modern precision grinding technology to trade visitors in North Building, Hall B, Booth 7451 at the ITMS in Chicago. Current highlights include the additive hybrid machine millGrind, the modular smartLine series and the BG 3000H-C for high-precision profile grinding of helical broaching tools. The smartLine will be shown live at the IMTS (Elb-Schliff in North Building, Hall B, Booth 7451).

How to prepare a business for an Industry 4.0 network

Joe Bombagi for Business Review Europe:  The first industrial revolution was based on the use of steam to power machines. The second centred on the use of electricity to supply energy to assembly lines. The third came about with the use of electronics and IT to further automate production. But all of that is in the past. We are now in the midst of the fourth industrial revolution, known as Industry 4.0, in which the Internet of Things (IoT) is set to overhaul not only business, but also every aspect of modern life. From cars, washing machines, and even clothing, to heart monitors and dams, anything and everything will soon be connected. As a result, the Industry 4.0 phenomenon is expected to revolutionise all areas within the manufacturing space, connecting all the elements that take part in the production process within the industrial environment: machines, products, systems, and people. The IoT will make today’s organisations more competitive by enabling them to further automate manufacturing processes, and collect and analyse data which they can then use to tailor their products to specific client needs.   Cont'd...

Record Number of Robots Ordered in First Half of 2016

Automation Industry Continues Growth

Data, Digital Threads and Industry 4.0

How software and technology are digitizing the manufacturing industry, and the benefits to business leaders.

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Zaber's X-LRQ-DE Series: High Precision Stages with Built-in Controllers and Linear Encoders

Zaber's X-LRQ-DE Series: High Precision Stages with Built-in Controllers and Linear Encoders

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