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.
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As broad-based adoption of wearable tech grows, it is not a stretch to think that in a few years we will have enough predictive data to dramatically reduce workplace injuries and fatalities.
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.
For the U.S. to remain competitive in the silicon carbide chip industry, it must retrofit old silicon chip fabs and automate production, one expert says.
Acme Alliance, a leading die caster in Northbrook, Ill., received the 2021 National Metalworking Reshoring Award in recognition of its success in bringing manufacturing back to the United States.
Digitization and data dominated the discussion as EASTEC returned to West Springfield, Mass., after its 2020 pandemic hiatus.
More flexible machines and more automation are remaking the future of health care.
Phillips Corp. aims to provide young people with the tools to create meaningful manufacturing careers.
Industrial computed tomography is a cost-effective, reliable way to meet intensifying requirements for qualifying both the design of aerospace parts and the materials needed for their construction.