Automotive, aerospace, and other industries find inspecting threads of vital importance. Oil & gas may be the most particular, given the intense operating conditions and consequences of a threaded pipe failure.
Oil & gas market affects demand for tubing, which has impact on cutting tool makers
The podcast will focus on the renaissance in technologies used to make things, as well as workforce development, research, and more.
Good time to tool up for improved efficiencies, reduced operating cost
Regulations, competition are causing part makers to tighten profit margins, part tolerances and cycle times
trends in medical devices today are clear: smaller, more effective, more
reliable and less invasive. Breakthrough devices are continually being
developed with the potential to raise the quality of treatment and
produce better outcomes for patients. The challenge facing the industry,
however, is developing the manufacturing techniques to allow
dramatically miniaturized devices to be produced in sufficient volume
and at attractive enough prices so they are available to the majority of
people requiring them.
At the MC2 Conference in Dallas, presentations focused on
making the most of the Internet of Things while navigating the ever-changing
world of cybersecurity. “The Internet of Things is morphing into the Internet of
Threats," said Perry Pederson of Langner Engineering. “Your assets are a
target, but knowledge is the key to prevention.”