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Comment:Re: Toys - Ann R. Thryft-11/30/2011
Machine Vision Ratchets Up Aerospace Precision
News 
11/30/2011  5 comments
Some recent camera product introductions highlight the importance of machine vision in aerospace manufacturing.
Crash-Optimized Composites Advance Automotive Designs
News 
11/29/2011  21 comments
The use of composites in cars is picking up pace.
CoaXPress Interface Moves to Machine Vision Mainstream
News 
11/28/2011  9 comments
CoaXPress (CXP) cameras are moving to the mainstream and were in the spotlight at this year's Vision 2011 show.
Aerospace Composites Expert Looks Ahead
News 
11/23/2011  16 comments
Composites have been reducing weight and fuel consumption in commercial aircraft for several decades.
Comment:Re: Cost - Ann R. Thryft-11/21/2011
Comment:Re: Cost - Ann R. Thryft-11/18/2011
3D Inspection Cutting Automotive Defects
Blog 
11/18/2011  12 comments
3D machine vision techniques are taking on an increasing role in automobile production lines in a bid to up overall production quality and cut defects.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Fly Via Additive Manufacturing
Blog 
11/17/2011  15 comments
Aerospace applications are the fastest-growing sector for direct laser sintering (DLS).
Comment:Re: Cost - Ann R. Thryft-11/16/2011
Machine Vision Advances Showcased at Stuttgart Conference
Blog 
11/15/2011  14 comments
Medical applications supported by machine vision will be showcased November 8-10 at the Vision 2011 conference in Stuttgart.
Biodegradable Plastics Standard to Bust Landfill Waste
News 
11/14/2011  29 comments
A standard being developed by the Plastics Environmental Council could put a dent in the 29 million tons of post-consumer nonrecycled plastics that end up in landfills each year.
Japan Defense Ministry Spins Flying Spherical Robot
Blog 
11/11/2011  14 comments
Engineers from Japan's Ministry of Defense demonstrated what they called the "world's first spherical flying machine" at Digital Content Expo 2011.
How Many Interfaces Does Machine Vision Need?
Blog 
11/10/2011  7 comments
More camera interfaces for machine vision exist today than since the very beginning of machine vision.
Industrial Distributors Face Integration Challenge
Blog 
11/8/2011  9 comments
Distributors in the industrial, automation, and mechanical engineering sectors are having to adapt to changing requirements among customers as engineers try to differentiate their designs through performance boosts, faster manufacturing cycles, and the need for easier maintenance.
Composites on Boeing 787 Dreamliner Heavily Researched
Blog 
11/3/2011  11 comments
Much of what's known about the composites used on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner comes from research by the federal government.


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