Discrete Manufacturing

Courtesy: Velo3D
Discrete Manufacturing April 8, 2022

Additive manufacturing used to make space flight components

Aerojet Rocketdyne is using metal 3D printing technology from Velo3D to make a critical flight component lighter, smaller and cheaper than its predecessors.

By Velo3D
Courtesy: Melanie Gonick, MIT
Discrete Manufacturing March 28, 2022

2D material electron correlation found in graphene

Researchers have found direct evidence of electron correlations in a two-dimensional material called ABC trilayer graphene.

By Jennifer Chu
Courtesy: Bosch Rexroth
Mechatronics February 9, 2022

Product advice: Smart mechatronics platforms offer new handling solutions

Intelligent mechatronics components, such as linear motion products, controllers, servo drives and operator software with easy-to-use configuration tools, are necessary to build complete, high-performance mechatronics solutions, according to a company with a Control Engineering Engineers’ Choice Award product.

By Richard Hansen
Courtesy: Virtual Training Week from CFE Media and Technology and Applied Manufacturing Technology
Machine Safety October 15, 2021

How safety validation is changing in an IIoT, Industry 4.0, smart manufacturing world

Modern advances in controls and connectivity are increasing considerations for safety validations, according to an Oct. 20 CFE Media and Technology Virtual Training Week course.

By Mark T. Hoske
Courtesy: Yaskawa
Motors, Drives May 12, 2022

Servomotor help: Demystify servo sizing

Webcast has help for servomotor and servo amplifier (servo drives) sizing. Also get some advice below.

By Sixto Moralez
Courtesy: University of Missouri
Sensors, Vision May 15, 2022

Turning 3D images into 360-degree models

A Mizzou Engineering team has devised a new way to turn single panoramic images into 3D models with a system called OmniFusion.

By University of Missouri
Cobot logistics revenues will more than double in the next five years.
Robotics May 20, 2022

Collaborative market rebounds in 2021

Traditional industrial robots will maintain their presence, but opportunities exist for the cobot market to grow in automotive spaces.

By Maya Xiao