NAI Manufacturing Plant Achieves Zero Defects for One Year

During this period, NAI produced 25,000 fiber optic riser cable assemblies, 200,000 fiber optic jumpers and more than 3 million cable terminations. A total of 2,800 kilometers of fiber optic cable was processed in 840,000 man hours.

Talking IMTS with Dynatect

We're showcasing new products for machine safety, precision ground ball screws, and cable carriers. The Gortite® VF Automated Machine Safety Door acts as a physical barrier to isolate process driven hazards from people and equipment.

Talking IMTS with Binder USA, LP

At Booth #134871 we will be showing the M12 A-Coded connectors which are ideal for harsh-duty applications in the food and beverage, pharmaceutical, as well as chemical industry.

Three Digital Transformation Trends To Drive Long Term Organic Growth

By utilizing this new wave of customer engagement and predictive insights technologies, OEMs can improve efficiency, customer satisfaction, and profitability without disrupting existing processes and workflows

Renishaw to Feature XM-600 Laser Measurement System at IMTS 2018

Using technology developed for the XM-60 multi-axis calibrator, the newly launched XM-600 offers enhanced capability to connect directly with Renishaw's range of universal CMM controllers (UCC). This enables faster and easier error mapping, measuring all six degrees of freedom from a single set-up, in any orientation for linear axes.

Omron to Display Vision, Flexible Manufacturing, Traceability and Safety Solutions at IMTS

Industry-leading automation solutions pioneer Omron Automation Americas will have a broad array of technologies on display at the upcoming International Manufacturing Technology Show in Chicago. Addressing needs in flexible manufacturing, machine vision inspection, traceability and safety, Omron's demo will present solutions for manufacturers seeking to implement future-proof production lines

Physik Instrumente UK celebrates 10 years of success

Physik Instrumente UK celebrates 10 years of success

Hydralign® COR-SAFE™ Safety Chucks Brought to Market by Butler Automatic

Inventor of zero-speed automatic splicing solutions supplies safety chucks to growing customer base

The Industrial Internet Consortium Discusses Smart Factory Solutions at PACK EXPO

Smart manufacturing solutions for processing and packaging

New miniature smart rotary stage offers easy system integration.

"Hig-Mover" system uses open RS-485 protocol, has apps for Windows over serial and for Android over Bluetooth.

Power of Employing Artificial Intelligence in the Manufacturing Industry | Quantzig

The manufacturing industry has been an avid user of robotics and mechanization for many years. Artificial intelligence is evidently the next step for organizations in this industry to upgrade their production line, productivity and tooling utilization, and reduce the production cost per unit.

D3 Engineering announces rugged FPD-Link™ III camera modules for automotive and industrial vision

Small, lightweight, sealed camera modules are designed to IP69K

Workcred Releases Manufacturing Credentials Report Funded by the NIST Manufacturing Extension Partnership

Free Download: Examining the Quality, Market Value, and Effectiveness of Manufacturing Credentials in the United States

Manufacturers Are Concerned Skilled Labor Shortage Could Stymie Innovation, Finds L.E.K. Consulting Survey

Workforce Investments, Not Downsizing, Are Priority as Plans for Automation Increase

Making sense of water data

Historically, data collected in the water industry was only used to fix problems. In a new shift, digital twinning is allowing for the creation of overarching data sets that encompass all areas of a company. When used correctly this can improve reliability, savings and maintenance strategy. Here, Sean Robinson, service leader at utilities control system provider Novotek UK and Ireland, discusses the value of digital twinning for water data analysis.

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New M12 A-Coded Connectors from binder are now Ecolab and FDA certified

New M12 A-Coded Connectors from binder are now Ecolab and FDA certified

binder USA, LP, has expanded the M12 product family with the addition of the M12 A-Coded Connector, which is now certified for both Ecolab and FDA Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 21 standards. The M12 A-Coded connectors are extraordinarily durable and IP69K-rated, ideal for harsh-duty and washdown applications in the food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and chemical industries. Available in 3, 4, 5, 8, and 12 contacts, the high quality stainless steel locking rings (V4A) and gold contact plating can also withstand UV exposure and shock and vibration.