Hypertherm Announces Release of Rotary Tube Pro Tube Cutting Software

Rotary Tube Pro™ software that makes it easier to design and cut tube and pipe parts with no 3D CAD experience required.

Global Machine Tool Builder Okuma America Corporation Chooses Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Hitachi Solutions America to Position the Company for the Future

Okuma America selects Microsoft Dynamics 365 to drive a competitive business advantage by streamlining IT infrastructure and improving processes.

FABTECH - Universal Robots to exhibit new applications featuring CO2 spray cleaning, automated metrology and plasma cutting at FABTECH 2016

The market leader in collaborative robots will showcase highly flexible application platforms enabled by the easy programmable "cobots."

New XLPE Control Cable Joins HELUKABEL Product Portfolio

TRAYCONTROL X to be officially launched at International Manufacturing Technology

VISION: the industry highlight for imaging and machine vision

Stuttgart underscores its position as the world's leading trade fair for machine vision / almost 10,000 visitors from 58 countries were our guests

Internet of Things: The real situation revealed at last

by Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman, IDTechEx

Brazing ahead with Glass Solutions

Innoval Technology - a global aluminium consultancy company - relies on Glass Solutions to supply precision-manufactured bodies for glass tube brazing furnaces.

Leaders Convene to Learn About Accelerating Global Industrial Productivity with The Connected Enterprise

Rockwell Automation hosts thousands at 25th Automation Fair event in Atlanta

HANNOVER MESSE promotes spirit of innovation in manufacturing industry

- Young Tech Enterprises unites industrial startup scene - Startup Pitches create transfer platform for market-ready products - German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy offers subsidies

Multi-Carrier-System from Siemens and Festo delivers flexible, Industry 4.0-ready intralogistics

The MCS addresses the acute need for flexibility in modern manufacturing and production environments driven by increasingly complex product diversity, shorter product life cycles and growing levels of mass customization

From microcapsules to heavy industry

Researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) are using a Dolomite Fluidic Factory to help develop a novel carbon capture technology intended for industrial applications.

Mouser Electronics Announces Winner of International Space Station Design Challenge

The winner, Andy Filo, created a device that launches femto satellites, tiny satellites about the size of a postage stamp.

FABTECH - Eastern Metal Supply Unveils New Products and Fabrication Capabilities at FABTECH Tradeshow

EMS supplies thousands of diverse industries that can benefit from these additional products and capabilities:

FABTECH 2016 to Highlight Manufacturing's Brightest Minds, Newest Technologies in Las Vegas

Live product demos, a knockout keynote presentation and expert-led panel sessions explore manufacturing's latest trends

Bulgin to launch M Series interconnects at electronica 2016

Bulgin will be unveiling a new range of industrial automation components on stand B2.271 at this year's electronica exhibition.

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