IMTS - GAM with Jakob Antriebstechnik and GF Machining Solutions will be Speaking at IMTS 2016 Conference

On the topic of: Avoiding Collision Damage of Motor Spindles Through an Innovative Motor-Spindle Safety System

USMTO Report August 2016 - Manufacturing Technology Orders Up for June but Remain Subdued vs. 2015

Current market forecasts indicate 2016 orders will finish lower than 2015, though announcements for new manufacturing facilities and factory expansions give optimism for an upturn in capital investment in the second half of 2017. Additionally, orders are expected to see a boost following IMTS - The International Manufacturing Technology Show in September.

The Additive Manufacturing Industry Summit (AMIS) this September 2022nd

Additive Manufacturings premiere brands and most innovative minds gather in Dayton, OH September 2022, 2016 to accelerate the development and design of manufacturings revolution.

Point Grey's New Spinnaker SDK Leverages GenICam3 for Faster Application Development

Point Grey, a global leader in high-performance digital cameras for industrial and scientific applications, today announced the release of its new Spinnaker software development kit (SDK) to simplify and accelerate the creation of new vision applications.

FARO to Present at Canaccord Genuity 36th Annual Growth Conference

FARO® (NASDAQ: FARO), the world's most trusted source for 3D measurement and imaging solutions for metrology, factory automation, product design, public safety, BIM/CIM and 3D services applications, announced today that Bob Seidel, Vice President, Finance and Investor Relations, will present at the Canaccord Genuity 36th Annual Growth Conference on Wednesday, August 10, 2016 at 11:30 a.m. ET at the InterContinental Hotel in Boston, MA.

IMTS - Diversified Machine Systems to Exhibit at IWF 2016

Diversified Machine Systems will exhibit two CNC machines at the 2016 IWF trade show.

This Time, 3D Printer Makers Think They Found a Sweet Spot

Olga Kharif for Bloomberg Technology:  3D printing has long been a cool technology in search of a huge market. The industry may have found one in mass production. Because of its high cost and slow pace, 3D printing’s use in manufacturing has been limited mostly to prototyping, making plastic molds for teeth alignment and creating tools. That may be about to change, potentially lifting the shares of printer makers 3D Systems Inc. and Stratasys Ltd. after a long slump.  HP Inc. will introduce a $130,000 printer later this year, which it says can make parts at half the expense and at least 10 times faster than rival printers -- and likely use lower-cost materials. While HP’s entry could be a competitive blow, it may also help expand the market for 3D mass production, where other printer companies have already turned their focus. Jabil Circuit Inc. plans to be an early adopter of HP’s device, printing end plastic parts for aerospace, auto and industrial applications that it currently makes using processes such as injection molding, John Dulchinos, vice president of digital manufacturing at the electronics-manufacturing service provider, said in an interview.   Cont'd...

Open Faced Angle Sensors for Valve Position Monitoring in Harsh Environments

Utilizing the inductive resonant circuit measuring principle and introducing an innovative open face sensor design for rotary valve sensing, the RI360-DSU opens the door for new potential in valve monitoring on rotary actuators. The RI360-DSU open faced inductive angle sensors deliver analog or discrete outputs and provide flexible mounting options previously not available.

Toshiba Introduces New Lineup of High-Current Control Photorelays

Housed in Small Packages; Designed for Currents up to 4A

Vision Inspection that Fits from METTLER TOLEDO

METTLER TOLEDO CI-Vision is pleased to announce the launch of the V2622 Flex-Lite, a compact smart camera based vision solution. The V2622 serves as an excellent introduction for manufacturers seeking to integrate vision technology into their quality control process.

Okuma's MA-12500HW Horizontal Machining Center with New W-Axis is Ideal for Cutting Exotic Materials

The combination of speed and power on the MA-12500HW is well suited for large part aerospace machining.

Pro Mach Adds Global Engineering Services for Packaging Solutions with Acquisition of Zarpac

Pro Mach and Zarpac combine leadership in packaging line machinery and technical services to create integrated solution powerhouse; Customers gain single source, comprehensive solution and services partner for optimum line development, performance, and risk management throughout lifecycle

Diversified Machine Systems Launches Redesigned Website

Industry leading CNC manufacturer, Diversified Machine Systems, launches redesigned website to improve user experience

IISc building India's 1st smart factory in Bengaluru

Chethan Kumar for The Times of India:  India's first smart factory — moving from automation to autonomy — where machines speak with each other, is being set up in Bengaluru. A smart factory, armed with data exchange in manufacturing and the Internet of Things (IoT) is the future and experts are calling it revolution Industry 4.0. Reports peg the smart factory industry to touch $215 billion by by 2025 and there has been no major economy in the world that is not embracing it. And, India's very own smart factory, the first one, is making progress at the Indian Institute of Science's (IISc) Centre for Product Design and Manufacturing (CPDM) with a seed funding from The Boeing Company. CPDM Chairman Amaresh Chakrabarti, who spoke exclusively to TOI about the project, said: "Yes, it will actually be manufacturing things here. But it will be a scaled down version, we won't have the numbers of an actual factory." As for the funding, he said: "I can only say Boeing is giving us enough to implement the project. I cannot discuss details. But the project is revolutionary. Indian factories now have automation, we've made some progress there, but here, we are talking about a facility that is autonomous, thinking and working on its own."   Cont'd...

KYOCERA to Acquire 100% Ownership of Optical Component Manufacturer Melles Griot KK

Aiming to strengthen product lineup and expand business by maximizing synergies

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Arcos - Robotized system for grinding and cutting with discs

Arcos - Robotized system for grinding and cutting with discs

Robotized system for grinding and cutting with discs and the precision cutting with plasma technology of aeronautic parts. This Robotized system is produced for the finishing of aeronautic parts. This machine utilizes the grinding and cutting with a Ø1000mm disc. It is also allowing the precision cutting with plasma technology.