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Content tagged with Industrial Machinery
posted in October 2013
Slideshow: Latest 3D Printing Materials Include Nickel Alloy
News 
10/31/2013  6 comments
EOS's new 3D printing materials for final production parts introduced at the K show include a nickel alloy resistant to heat and corrosion and two new plastic materials in the company's PrimePart line: a flame-retardant PA 12 for aircraft interiors and a PEBA 2301.
Slideshow: New Materials for Cars Resist Chemicals, High Temps
News 
10/30/2013  6 comments
DuPont debuted several new products, most of them for automotive applications, at the K 2013 plastics and elastomers show.
Slideshow: 25 Great Engineering Quotations
Electronics News 
10/29/2013  38 comments
You donít have to be an engineer to have an opinion about engineering. We offer insight from the minds of Albert Einstein, James Dyson, Dean Kamen, Steve Jobs, and James Cameron, among many others.
Engineers Reinvent Metal 3D Printing
Engineering Materials 
10/29/2013  15 comments
Engineers are reinventing 3D printing and additive manufacturing (AM). The latest idea, from father/son-startup Vader Systems, uses liquid metal jet printing (LMJP) to make solid metal, full-production parts.
The RoHS Initiative Had a Big Effect on Product Quality
Guest Blogs 
10/29/2013  17 comments
When RoHS hit the manufacturing sector, big OEMs had to scramble with lead-free experiments to stay ahead of the competition. This had a monumental impact on a connector that now faced a redesign of virtually every connector in its portfolios.
Slideshow: Packaging Robots Become Superhuman
Blog 
10/24/2013  23 comments
ABB, Yaskawa, and Cognex were just some of the companies that had innovative packaging robots (think Rethink Robotics' Baxter) on display during PackExpo, held in Las Vegas last month.
Valveless Hydraulics Cuts Fuel Consumption in Construction Vehicles
Blog 
10/24/2013  21 comments
Technology developed at Purdue's School of Mechanical Engineering hinges on the ability to eliminate the valves typically used to direct the flow of hydraulic fluid in steering systems.
Freescale's ARM-Based Processor Is for Industrial Control, Networking
Product News 
10/24/2013  3 comments
Developers of industrial robots and automation systems will soon have a family of processors from Freescale Semiconductor that combine the functionality of field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and microcontrollers in a single chip.
3D Imaging Systems Bring Advances to Industrial Automation
Features 
10/23/2013  7 comments
With an eye toward safety and ergonomics in factory automation, finding simpler and cost-effective ways to control factory floor equipment is of utmost concern.
Slideshow: Get Ready for Hydraulic Hybrids
Automotive News 
10/22/2013  36 comments
The hydraulic hybrid may not be grabbing headlines, but itís a solid fuel-efficient technology with a potential future in heavy-duty vehicles.
Maplesoft Adds Advanced Hydraulics Library to Modeling & Simulation Tool
Product News 
10/22/2013  6 comments
Maplesoft has integrated a library of hydraulics components into its MapleSim modeling, analysis, and simulation tool to make it easier for engineers to design hydraulics systems.
Growing Need for Optimization, Simulation in Design Process
Blog 
10/17/2013  25 comments
The growing need for simulation and optimization in product design was a major theme at Altair's 2013 Americas Technology Conference. Optimization can improve the product concept and lead to new product designs, as well as improve design and manufacturing processes.
Muscle-Bound Bots Bench 80 Times Their Own Weight
Engineering Materials 
10/15/2013  34 comments
An electroactivated polymer (EAP) produces robotic muscles that lift 80 times their own weight, a new benchmark. They also store and convert energy that robots can use to operate themselves.
Slideshow: 3D Printing Multiple Materials, Colors & Textures Gets Closer
Engineering Materials 
10/1/2013  21 comments
The ability to 3D-print multiple materials, colors, and textures in the same piece is getting closer with some major breakthroughs in hardware and software.
ADI Processor Targets Industrial Motors, Solar Inverters
Product News 
10/1/2013  6 comments
Analog Devices' new mixed signal processor could fill a growing need for more precise motor control in industrial applications.




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