Machine Builder Forum: Heard On Discrete
Made in Space Inc. (www.madeinspace.us) in Moffet Field, Calif., reports that on Nov. 24, the first 3D printer built to operate in space successfully manufactured its first part on the International Space Station (ISS).
Approximately 43% of 175 industrial respondents still do not have a full understanding of IoT capabilities or applications, whereas over 20% had made some form of investment in IoT to date.
Thanks to high functioning robotic arms, weaving composite parts from long strands of light and strong carbon fibers could make life in the manufacturing industry that much easier.
The 'Internet of Things' could soon be contained in a radio the size of an ant.
How would Dr. Seuss have approached quality management? Certainly not conventionally. Here’s Brenda Percy's tribute to the prose of Dr. Seuss…with a quality management twist.
Potential Customer Meets Potential Supplier...what could possibly go wrong?
HMS Queen Elizabeth's 65,000 ton aircraft carrier takes her first dip at the dock she was assembled at in Rosyth, Britain.
MakerBot and Florida Polytechnic team to bring 3D printing technology to STEM students and faculty.
Previously focused on consumer products, the online shopping site Amazon.com also provides fairly highly engineered devices.
Should industry create a different or more modern representation of the profession than that of the "hard-hat engineer"?