Shops of all sizes are embracing automation and robotics systems and benefiting from major productivity gains with existing staff.
February 2023 Issue
Automation + Robotics = Smart Shops. The metalworking industry is on the lookout for solutions that will assist in any number of areas of manufacturing. This is particularly true when it comes to ensuring efficient production while balancing skilled labor shortages. In addition, job shops of all sizes expect those solutions to be easy-to-use, intuitive systems. Industry suppliers continue to respond to those needs by developing the next iterations of cobots, robots, automated in-process inspection systems, digital transformation — the list goes on. As a result of partnerships with job shops and fellow suppliers, companies offer smart solutions that range from the design process to the manufacture of quality, precision parts.
This addition to the platform provides the unique opportunity to get to know Allied Machine as a global tooling solution provider.
NTMA has endorsed America’s Cutting Edge training program to engage the next generation of machinists and revitalize American manufacturing.
Dowling, Ashbaugh, Spielman and Leonard appointed to three-year terms.
To celebrate, Mitutoyo America will be hosting events and promotions throughout the year, including customer appreciation events, special promotional discounts, and product demonstrations
Continuing education program helps lubrication and metalworking professionals seeking to advance their skills and prepare for CLS or CMFS certification.
At the “Manufacturing in 2030 Project: Let’s Talk about AI” event, the takeaways included the opportunity to reimagine jobs to add value that AI will help to illuminate.
This option, which is available for BLM Group’s lasertubes 8” and below, helps produce a clean and dross-free internal finish.
NCMS has released a Technology Brief that focuses on advances in predictive maintenance.