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Now Online: The June Issue of Manufacturing Engineering

 

The June 2013 of Manufacturing Engineering is now available as a digital magazine. Individual articles are also available below on MfgEngMedia.com.

June 2013 Manufacturing Engineering

FEATURES

They’re Here: New Collaborative Robots Lend a Helping Hand
Robots are safer and know how to learn, with advanced vision and sensing systems. These robots have begun to be deployed in an array of applications
on factory-floor assembly lines, in machine shops, and pharmaceutical and research laboratories.

Automating the Grinding Process
Resurgent US manufacturing spurs demand for automation. Whether the process is cylindrical or profile grinding, automation, which can increase cycle time, throughput, consistency of part quality and taking real-time in-process measurements, is once again in demand.

Additive Manufacturing: Going Mainstream
2013: Trends, Myths and Investments in Additive Manufacturing

What’s in Store for Electric Vehicle Manufacturing?
Better battery technology is the key to sales success for these vehicles that are now only niche players. The Hybrid and Electric Vehicles (HEV) manufacturing industry makes up a small but growing segment of the $485.5 billion US automobile and components manufacturing sector.


UPFRONT
Why is an Athletic Shoe on the Cover?

QUALITY SCAN
Breathing New Life into Manual CMMs

SME SPEAKS
Making the Future. Together.

NEWSDESK
SME Launches New Identity

SOFTWARE UPDATE
Nesting, MRP Solutions Can Boost Fabrication Productivity

TECH FRONT
New Developments in Manufacturing

SHOP SOLUTIONS
Machining Gears “Not-as-Gears”

FOCUS ON THE WORKFORCE
A Prime Example of PRIME Success

VIEWPOINTS
Supporting Advanced Energy Technologies

On The Cover: In February, Nike Football debuted the Nike Vapor Laser Talon with a revolutionary 3D printed plate that will help football athletes perform at their best. It is specifically designed to provide optimal traction on football turf and to help athletes maintain their “drive stance” longer. Photo Courtesy Nike. 



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