Understanding powders for Additive Manufacturing

Freeman Technology is pleased to announce the release of a new application note 'Applications of the FT4 in Additive Manufacturing'.

Siemens Solution Partner Patti Engineering to Present Seminar "Siemens RF600: A Case Study" at Siemens Automation Summit June 28, 2017

Controls Engineer Ian Mogab will co-host a technical seminar with Caterpillar, Inc. to share expertise on using Siemens technology to install UHF RFID in an industrial setting.

Direct-mounting wireless module

The new FL WLAN 1101 wireless module from Phoenix Contact combines access point and antenna technologies in a single housing. In contrast to a standard DIN rail-mounted WLAN module, it is mounted like an antenna directly to the machine, mobile vehicle, or control cabinet, saving space within the cabinet.

What to Look for in Servers for Point-of-Sale Systems

Consistency, long product life and multiple use capability are keys to success

Snell Advanced Media Chooses QAD Automation Solutions to Improve Accuracy and Control over Production

"QAD Automation Solutions will save us money by reducing the number of material-handling errors"

Boom Supersonic and Stratasys Sign Technical Partnership to Improve the Speed of Development for Supersonic Aircraft With 3D Printing

-Three-year agreement to enable Boom to leverage FDM-based 3D printing for production-grade aircraft parts and advanced composite tooling on their path to transform air travel -Additive manufacturing facilitates rapid development and cost efficient production of specialized tools and flight parts for Boom to engineer inaugural, high-speed aircraft in 2018

Challenger Center and New Matter Announce Partnership to Bring the Wonders of 3D Printing to Students and Educators across the Country

Challenger Learning Centers to Implement New Matter MOD-t 3D Printers

Desktop Metal Awarded as Technology Pioneer by World Economic Forum

World Economic Forum today announced its selection of the world's 30 most promising Technology Pioneers 2017. Companies were selected for their potential to significantly impact business and society through new technologies, and advance the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Desktop Metal, a company committed to making metal 3D printing an essential tool for engineers and manufacturers around the world, made it to the selection based on its contributions in the field of metal 3D printing.

Microsoft and Tenova launched an integrated system enabled by industry 4.0 technologies to promote digital transformation in the iron and steel industry and increase competitiveness

-An innovative solution aimed at improving the level of customers' productivity and goal achievement, representing a real added value for the business: this is the outcome of the partnership between, Microsoft and Tenova presented during SPS Italy, the leading industrial automation trade fair. -Through Cloud Computing, Machine Learning and Augmented Reality it is possible to gather and analyze the data from plants in order to optimize industrial processes.

MANUFACTURING INDABA LESS THAN TWO WEEKS AWAY: BUILDING OUR MANUFACTURING FUTURE

The building of the Manufacturing sector is a vital necessity for South Africa and the Indaba encompasses every important aspect of the Industry in one central point for two days only.

Industry 4.0 Requires Intelligent Interlocks

Malcolm Sharp, Managing Director of Fortress' Australian operations, discusses how the company is facing these challenges head-on.

GE Additive and Stryker Announce Additive Manufacturing Partnership

"GE and Stryker share a similar vision and both of us understand the transformative power of additive design and manufacturing,"

Laser Institute of America Announces 2018 Event Dates & Location for LAM® & LME®

Lasers for Manufacturing Event (LME®) & Laser Additive Manufacturing Conference (LAM®) to Take Place in Schaumburg, IL for 2018

Microscan Announces Release of AutoVISION 3.0.3 Machine Vision Software

Microscan releases a new revision of AutoVISION 3.0.3 machine vision software, enhancing and raising the bar of its usability and ensuring the strength of the system.

Measure Air Usage Wirelessly on your Network

EXAIR's new Digital Flowmeters with wireless capability use a Zigbee® mesh network protocol to measure and monitor your compressed air use, trends, and historical data. Each meter has a range of 100ꞌ (30 meters) and transmits data to an Ethernet connected gateway. Each meter and gateway are configured for security and have 128 bit encryption for the wireless transmissions. Measuring compressed air is the first step toward identifying high compressed air use areas, compressed air leaks and optimizing air use.

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