May 2013 Issue
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MIT Technology Review's 10 Breakthrough Technologies for 2013 Include Additive Manufacturing and Rethink Robotics' Baxter
Otek LPD Series Built to Brightly and Consistently Illuminate Its 51 Automatic Tricolor (R/G/Y) Bargraph and Four Digits
The Great Debate Continues: Is the American Sector on Its Way Back or Do Recent Gains Still Fall Short of a Rebirth?
Add Brains to the Brawn: Machine Builders Incorporate Electronics Into Hydraulic Controls
Machine Builders Discuss How To Avoid a Nightmare When Selecting Electric Motors
Vertical Turning/Grinding Machine Uses Optical and Magnetic Encoders to Aid High-Accuracy Production of Wind Turbine Bearings
Machine Builders Include Preventive Safety Early in the Design — And Get Paid Back Sooner
ABB Jokab Safety Reports Five Common Prejudices Machine Builders Must Confront
What's the Point of Trying to Add Wireless Capabilities to Sensors and Related Components?
Software and Online Tools to Help You Better Understand EN ISO 13849-1's Calculations
Spartanics Celebrates 50 Years Providing Leading Solutions to Customers
How Automation Changed From Being a Tool to a Solution
Will Implementing Device-Level Networks and Ethernet in Machines Help Your Customers?
The List of User Requirements Continues to Grow Longer
Frost & Sullivan Analysis Finds Market Earned Revenues of $704 Million in 2012 and Is Estimated to Reach $928 Million in 2016
Developing Standards for the Exchange of Information Between Machines, and Between Machines and Supervisory Systems
IMS Research/IHS Report Shows Global Market Is Predicted to Be Worth Nearly $300 Million in 2016