Live Sinter enables inexperienced 3D-printer operators to consistently produce accurate parts using Desktop Metal’s Shop System and Production System machines. The software automatically overcorrects for the shrinkage and distortion inherent in sintering.
November/December 2020 Issue
The Brains Behind the Brawn: It's All In the Software. Machine tools need software to bring them to life. Whether it's to design, manufacture, control, measure, monitor, analyze, automate, connect, communicate, and/or predict, programs are the key to unlocking productivity - and profitability.
A partnership with Northwestern University expands in-process quality assurance technology across a broad array of 3d printing processes.
Award-winning Combilift and award-winning author, Emer Conlon, have produced a children’s storybook that features forklift heroes and teaches important values. The ‘combi-nation’ has the added benefit of educating young kids and their parents about the company’s equipment and the material handling industry.
A complex, multifunctional tool measuring an inch in diameter with a long functional cutting length, the ARCH tool checked every box to win the prestigious ANCA Tool of the Year 2020.
Reshoring is up in 2020 despite COVID, and reshoring is now outpacing foreign direct investment in job creation, the report finds.
The new Cass Rapid Proto-Machining (C-RPM) is a service aimed at quickly providing customers with all phases of the prototyping process. The wide range of materials handled includes includes alloys, carbon, stainless steel, titanium, aluminum, brass, and bronze.
Universal Robots becomes the first collaborative robot manufacturer accredited to issue Continuing Education Units. The accreditation enables the cobot maker to provide a comprehensive collaborative robot curriculum for students and industry professionals as part of the Universal Robots Education Program package.
“Manufacturing is ramping back up,” according to AMT president, but aerospace and oil & gas will take years to return to pre-COVID levels.
Businesses join Battery-owned SigmaTEK under new corporate umbrella called CAMBRIO to be led by SigmaTEK CEO Robbie Payne.