"While the general economy continues to grow at a moderate pace, the manufacturing sector is struggling with the effects of a strong dollar, reduced commodity prices, especially oil, and struggles in key export markets like China"
Rhode Island-based Ivy League institution to receive free Baxter robot for innovative work in object manipulation
Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Marlin Mk3 is designed for commercial surveys and inspections
At the IAAPA in Orlando/Florida, KUKA presented the latest generation of the KUKA Coaster
igus has developed a lightweight and effective retraction system for feeding tubes for rivets and screws on industrial high-speed assembly robots.
Balluff's new IO-Link inductive coupler, with its small compact IP67 housing, is the industry's first compact inductive coupler to offer 32 bytes of bi-directional data transfer over a standard 4-pole M12 sensor cable.
Vital Insight into Progressive Building and Design Technology Solutions for a Connected Future.
Fisher Unitech, a world leader in providing the design and manufacturing industry Stratasys 3D printing technology, announced today that it will be hosting a complimentary webinar series titled "3D Printing for Manufacturing".
New Fotonic E-Series Defines State-of-the-Art in Time-of-Flight, Triangulation Technology
nano tech 2016 - International Nanotechnology Exhibition and Conference in Tokyo Creating New Value Through Technology Integration
Tokyo Big Sight for three days from January 27 to 29, 2016
Prototype to be unveiled at CES 2016
Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE to Accelerate Technology Breakthroughs for Rapid and Unmanned Ocean Exploration
Advanced Robotics: Meet Milo, an Intelligent Robot That is Really Good at Teaching Children with Autism Social Skills
Milo is an advanced social robot that uses children's voices developed by Acapela Group to help children with autism strengthen their communication skills.
ExactFlat flattening solutions for industrial fabrics, carbon fibre composites, and stamped sheet now available via the OnShape Apps Store.
Stratasys 3D Printing Solutions Integral to Launch New Light-Weight, Solar Powered 'e-floater' Electric Scooter
"We would have not been able to take this product from development to launch without using Stratasys 3D printing to develop a working prototype - it's as simple as that," Oliver Risse, Floatility's founder --- Fully-functional 3D printed prototypes produced 50% faster using both FDM and PolyJet 3D printing technologies from Stratasys in comparison to silicon molding
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