Succinctly, each of the motion systems of 3D printers discussed has their advantages over the other, and in many cases, a combination is required to design the interaction of mechanical components in the printing space.
Silicon Valley Icon and Co-Founder of Apple Inc., Steve Wozniak, to Share His Insights as Keynote Presenter at UBM's #AdvMfgExpo in New York on June 13
UBM's Advanced Design and Manufacturing event will take place on June 13-15, 2017, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York, NY.
New EIT Digital Activity will open the world of "predictive maintenance" to small and medium-sized enterprises
EIT Digital has launched a new Innovation Activity, ALMeS (ALM-enabled Smart Maintenance), to develop a cost-effective solution based on the collection and analysis of real-time data from machines. Its Add-on, Low cost, Multi-purpose (ALM) modules for measuring real-time parameters such as vibrations, energy consumption and temperature will allow factory managers to quickly and simply optimise machinery performance and reduce costs, switching from established patterns to the more effective method of predictive maintenance.
Following the integration of 3D printing as part of its digital services portfolio, Siemens has achieved an industry breakthrough with the first successful commercial installation and continuing safe operation of a 3D-printed part in a nuclear power plant.
Bosch sets new standards in bar packaging New technologies for high performance, quality and productivity
• Innovative linear motor technology for improved flexibility and speed • Industry 4.0 solutions support operators and increase efficiency • Single-source solution, from bar production to secondary packaging
Emerging Companies with Range of Offerings from Platform-as-a-Service to Actuators to 3D Vision Technology
Aaron Smith for CNN: Ford (F) figures they will be lighter than their metal counterparts, and therefore more fuel efficient. The company will start with spoilers, those streamlined decorations fastened to car exteriors to make them look faster. For now, the company is testing parts for its Ford Performance race car division, but 3D-printed parts could be used for mass-market cars and trucks in the future. Ford released photos of 3D-printed parts, like the plastic molding for car interiors. The company hinted that it might one day be able to 3D-print more complicated parts, like intake manifolds. Cont'd...
The certification program is designed to help individuals working with motion control, motors, and automation technologies obtain the core knowledge required to work in today's competitive job market.
New EIT Digital Activity will open the world of 'predictive maintenance' to small and medium-sized enterprises
A cost-effective maintenance solution, based on the collection and analysis of real-time data from machines is being launched by EIT Digital, in the framework of the Digital Industry Action Line. Market launch is scheduled by the end of this year.
Magic xpi combines data from diverse IT systems to fuel the digital manufacturing process for faster, more efficient production
The sensors are touchless magnetic angle sensors with a permanent magnet that can be secured to an application's rotating shaft, so that there is no direct mechanical linkage between the shaft and the measuring system, and therefore no wear.
When applications call for precise movement of product, then Dorner's newly redesigned 2200 Series Precision Move Conveyor is the answer.
ST Robotics recently released a high-speed version of its five-axis vertically articulated R17 robot arm at the low price of $18,600.
Leo Lewis for Financial Times: Earlier this week, Japanese TV audiences glimpsed a potentially revolutionary contraption from the Matsue College of Technology that rapidly separates closed shijimi clamshells into those with a live mollusc inside and those without. Cut to footage of a human sorter, expertly performing the same function at a rate of just 90 kgs of shijimi per day and whose job this machine seems destined to replace. In other parts of the world, the juxtaposition could seem cruel or politically charged; in Japan, it is almost celebratory. The great conundrum for investors — and increasing preoccupation of sellside analysts attempting to talk clients out of underweight Japan positions — is whether the equity market provides a neat play on Japan’s deepening worker shortage and the promised surge in wages that has to date been all gong and no dinner. Cont'd...
Oerlikon expects the demand for advanced materials to increase in the coming years. The facility will produce materials such as titanium alloys, which are in high demand for the additive manufacturing market, and diverse high-end thermal spray powders.
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