Planar Honing: Producing a Fine Finish on Flat Surfaces

Somewhat resembling a spinning bottlebrush, this tool is characterized by abrasive globules that are permanently mounted to flexible filaments that are attached to a center shaft.

Manufacturing Automation & SCADA

A popular definition of SCADA is a control system architecture that uses PC's, networked data communications and human machine interfaces for higher level process supervisory management

Partnership for China 2025: RISONG and CENIT

China has long since ceased to be the "workbench of the world". In the manufacturing industry, rising wages and the "China 2025" development program are constantly accelerating the demand for automation solutions.

5 Ways Robotics Are Being Used in Smart Manufacturing

Like it or not, robots aren't leaving the manufacturing industry any time soon. In reality, manufacturers will use more robots as the technology continues to enter the mainstream.

McKinsey Maps 400+ AI Use Cases; Finds Trillions in Potential Value

Application of advanced AI (defined as deep learning models) in manufacturing and supply chain have the potential to create $1.2-2 Trillion in annual economic value.

Choosing Enclosure Material

The enclosure material which houses sensitive electronic and automation components will impact their lifespan, functionality, and performance. Of the numerous materials available, each offers different protective advantages.

Material Flow and Presentation Starts with Kitting Work Instructions and Job Element Monitoring

Just as kit trays are customized to meet the needs of the individual kits, transport systems documented in work instruction must be customized for efficiency and space utilization.

How Colorants Affect Plastic Characteristics

Believe it or not, there is a whole scientific body of knowledge about the ways in which adding color to plastic can affect the behavioral properties of the plastic.

The Future of Manufacturing is Smart

For decades, we have seen jobs in manufacturing disappearing, but now the jobs are beginning to come back, because technology is helping to produce high-quality goods in the U.S. as inexpensively as in Asia.

The Top 7 Manufacturing Pains Today And How To Remedy Them

With over twenty years (20) experience in the error-proofing of complex or safety critical components and products we identified seven (7) manufacturing assembly line pains that still impact manufacturers today

How to Optimize the Scalability & Performance of a Multi-Core Operating System

White Paper - Architecting a Scalable Real-Time Application on an SMP Platform

Talking IIOT with Irene Petrick and Faith Mccreary of Intel

For Intel to develop components and solutions that can help manufacturers, we must understand manufacturing operating conditions across a wide range of industries and production methods, and we must be able to link current operations to pain points

Grasping the Importance of High-Performance, Industry-Ready Handheld Scanners

Handheld barcode scanners are essential whenever specific products, clinical samples or work-in-progress (WIP) parts need to be reliably tracked without the luxury of a fully automated system.

Marked for Life: A Glance at Some Common Direct Part Marking Methods

Depending on how long a part or product needs to remain traceable, the relative permanence of various marking methods could be a game-changer. In the aerospace industry, for instance, parts could be in use for as long as 30 years.

How a Less than $100 Part Could Save U.S. Manufacturing

The High Torque retention knob is longer by design to reach deeper into the threaded bore of the toolholder. As a result, all thread engagement occurs in a region of the toolholder where there is a thicker cross-section of material to resist deformation.

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