Betting that the worst of the pandemic will be over and travel restrictions lifted, the 2021 edition the machine tool exhibition is putting out the welcome mat to the world.
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A new way of procuring systems, recognizing the Department’s digital future, and industry’s ability to deliver digital twins.
The aerospace industry is attempting to rebound from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), consulting firm PwC said in a report issued today.
Boeing Co. today reported a second-quarter loss of $2.4 billion as revenue plunged because of plant shutdowns related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and commercial aircraft deliveries evaporated.
YCM Technology (USA) Inc., Carson, Calif., has announced the introduction of the “AERO” Series of next-generation, high-performance double-column, multi-axis DCV2018A/B-5AX machining centers.
Durable goods orders plunged 17.2 percent in April from the month before as the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) disrupted the economy, the U.S. Commerce Department said in a report today.
Boeing Co. today reported a $641 million first-quarter loss as the 737 Max aircraft remained grounded and the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) slashed demand for the company’s aircraft.
Aerospace is thought of as the industry with some of the most advanced technology, including automation. However, especially in automation, that may not be exactly true. In this podcast, Bruce Morey senior technical editor for Manufacturing Engineering magazine talks with Rick Schulz of FANUC America about some of the challenges and misperceptions in using automation more fully in aerospace manufacturing. Mistakes to be avoided, such as simply replacing humans with a robot, and how to use collaborative robots. The main message is that employing automation to its fullest requires a systematic approach to the entire manufacturing process.
New orders for durable goods orders plunged in March as commercial aircraft and vehicle orders slid because of the novel coronavirus (COVID-13), the U.S. Commerce Department said today.
In this podcast discussion with Rick Schultz of FANUC America and Bruce Morey, Senior Technical Editor for Manufacturing Engineering Magazine, current practices in aerospace machining is dissected. Many shops today stick with the tried and true to reduce risk to schedule and profit, but that tried and true is stuck in the 1980s and 1990s. Rick discusses practical ways to get the most out of 21st century machining technology, by programming for the part and not the machine.