Today, manufacturers are practical, creative, open to opportunities, and ready to work with the technologies available now. This special report looks at advanced manufacturing technology as it is now, and where it is leading today's manufacturers.
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There is a steady flow of new technology and product releases, updates and improvements that machine operators, programmers and shop owners and managers must know about. Here’s the list that caught our eyes this week, for programming...
At a Tier One automotive engine plant, cylinder heads are marked immediately after casting with a dot-peen 2D matrix-style barcode for traceability. Locating those codes on each casting in a subsequent finishing process was a complex problem ...
Multiple development programs in progress using predictive analytics to increase performance monitoring for commercial engines
14 projects this year
Better maintenance scheduling
Collaborating with airlines on processes, model performance
Carolina Metrology uses two Coord3 machines plus software to provide measuring speed, efficiency
Dimensional measuring for parts, prototypes
Automotive, aerospace, appliance, and power-gen manufacturing
No-guesswork DMIS programming
2015, according to our sources, likely will be a year in which we’ll see the continued revitalization of U.S. manufacturing, the adoption of new game-changing technologies and increased hiring. View all of these predictions on...
Manufacturers -- especially in energy-intensive and hazardous industries -- recognize the importance of Environment, Health & Safety initiatives, not just to meet growing regulatory burdens, but in driving business value too. There is no...