Hiroyuki “Roy” Kawakami has been promoted to president of Mitsui Seiki Kogyo Ltd., the parent company of Mitsui Seiki USA Inc.
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Purdue University’s College of Engineering is partnering with MediaTek Inc., a leading global fabless chipmaker, to open the Midwest’s first semiconductor chip design center, to be housed on Purdue’s campus.
3D Systems and EMS-GRILTECH have entered into a strategic partnership to enhance additive manufacturing materials development.
Parting and grooving operations are everyday occurrences in a typical turning department. Is your shop performing them most effectively?
Business in Tampa Bay is booming. In this podcast, Steve Morey, senior vice president of the economic development for the Tampa Bay Economic Development Council, and Jamie Harden, president and CEO of Creative Sign Designs, share their insights.
Digital twins are breathing life and innovation into increasingly more areas of manufacturing as well as solving challenges for machine shops of all sizes. With the skilled labor shortage and an ongoing effort to reshore high-tech manufacturing to the U.S., digital twins have a lot to offer.
New orders for durable goods increased 0.7 percent to $267.2 billion in May, paced by a gain in orders for transportation equipment, the Commerce Department said today.
As demand increased, STOBER engineers saw the need for greater flexibility and increased production, while at the same time maintaining the required precision.
How manufacturing can improve its waste problem.
Global and U.S. vehicle sales will decline this year as a tight supply of semiconductors continues to hold down deliveries, consulting firm AlixPartners said today.