Physics-informed AI simulations are beginning to replace artificial neural network models, yielding more accurate and more trustworthy predictions than ANN simulations.
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By embedding fiber optic sensors, Luna Innovations and Fabrisonic are pushing to develop new and improved methods of structural health monitoring and data acquisition in extreme environments.
Desktop Metal today announced it has qualified the use of D2 tool steel for the Production System platform.
Mitsubishi Electric Automation’s Diamondworks! Workforce Development Program will empower students, employees and employers with the necessary skills to succeed in the automation industry.
Walter has signed an agreement to acquire the U.S.-based GWS Tool Group, a manufacturer of solid carbide endmills and drills as well as HSS taps and PCD products.
Despite the availability of spindle rebuilders nationwide, not every firm provides the same level of quality.
Whether transmitted through wires or the air, data collected from older factory devices can help a shop owner make smarter business decisions.
Desktop Metal and the University of Toledo Institute of Applied Engineering Research today announced a partnership to support the development of nickel-titanium (Nitinol) alloys, Rene alloys, and other non-weldable nickel-based, high-temperature materials on the Production System platform.
TRUMPF is working with Equispheres Inc. to qualify its aluminum additive manufacturing powders on TRUMPF 3D printers.
Automakers will need more flexible manufacturing with the shift to electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids and other powertrains, automation company ABB said today in a presentation.