Two coordinate measuring machines manufactured by LK Metrology have largely superseded the use of a pair of smaller capacity, 15-year-old machines in the inspection room at contract machining specialists WLR Precision Engineering.
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New orders for durable goods increased in November, paced by transportation equipment, the Commerce Department said.
A new case study highlights the success of Mitsubishi Electric’s PLC data-logging and diagnostics technologies, as well as its variable frequency drives.
GE Appliances, a Haier company, announced plans to invest more than $118 million to grow its cooking appliances business by expanding capacity and developing new cooking products at its wholly-owned subsidiary Roper Corp. in LaFayette, Ga.
Desktop Metal and the Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH) announced a partnership to accelerate the industrialization and adoption of additive manufacturing (AM) in South Korea.
As manufacturers embrace the “new normal,” advanced technologies will set organizations apart from the field.
The continuing computer chip shortage and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will slow down the auto industry’s recovery, forecasting company IHS Markit said in a presentation today.
An adaptive manufacturing strategy gets every team essential to a product’s success communicating and collaborating in real time.
Sandvik Coromant’s Package Selector Application analyzes a 3D CAD model of a product and recommends the smallest packaging possible using an AI algorithm that calculates the product’s rotation.
Power management company Eaton announced a $4.9 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to reduce the cost and complexity of deploying direct-current (DC) fast electric vehicle charging infrastructure (EVCI).