Laguna Tools of Irvine, CA, has recently announced the introduction of the NEW SmartShop 3 CNC Machining Center, developed to introduce an advanced technological platform for the next generation of Laguna CNC Machinery.
EOS North American User Day (NAUD) Highlights Industrial 3D-Printing Success Stories and is Open to All IMTS Attendees
Boeing, GE Aviation, and Honeywell Aerospace are among presenters at event
Northwest Logic's PCI Express Gen3 Core and S2C's Virtex-7 ASIC Prototyping Platform fully validated together
S2C boasts largest Prototype Readyâ„˘ interface library in the industry
With 3D CAD software, designers can actually simulate a robot's capabilities by reviewing how the robot's construction will be effected by the selected materials.
MecklerMedia's Inside 3D Printing Conference in Santa Clara to Feature 13 Vertical Tracks Plus Keynotes from Chris Anderson, CEO of 3D Robotics and Keith Murphy, CEO of Organovo
Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo, taking place in Santa Clara on October 21-23, 2014
Morgan Advanced Materials provides extended Electrostatic Chuck life through replaceable, wear-resistant films
Morgan Advanced Materials announces new solutions in sacrificial wear layers to extend the life of alumina or beryllia electrostatic chucks (ESCs) for semiconductor, solar and LED applications. Applied as a final protective layer, the DiamonexĂ' technical hard-coats offer extended life benefits to new or refurbished ESCs.
Abtex Corp. to debut new tube-and-pipe deburring machine and a wide range of additional labor-savingtechnologies at IMTS Sept. 8
UxABâ„˘ has been developed from the ground up to be a robust, hardened, self-contained autonomy module.
From IEEE Spectrum: Printable, self-folding robot created by Harvard and MIT researchers... ( IEEE Spectrum story ) ( full paper )
From hitchBOT's page: I am hitchBOT — a robot from Port Credit, Ontario. I am traveling from Halifax, Nova Scotia to Victoria, British Columbia this summer. As you may have guessed, robots cannot get driver’s licences yet, so I’ll be hitchhiking my entire way... ( cont'd )
IMTS 2014 - Okuma America Launches New App Store, MyOkuma.com, to be Demonstrated at IMTS 2014 Booth S-8500
Apps for use with the THINC®-OSP CNC Control increase productivity and streamline machine tool processes.
Cutting-edge technology sessions offered during manufacturing event
New tool features detailed data recording and analysis for optimized flash solutions
Ino tools webpage : Ino is a command line toolkit for working with Arduino hardware It allows you to: Quickly create new projects Build a firmware from multiple source files and libraries Upload the firmware to a device Perform serial communication with a device (aka serial monitor) Ino may replace Arduino IDE UI if you prefer to work with command line and an editor of your choice or if you want to integrate Arduino build process to 3-rd party IDE. Ino is based on make to perform builds. However Makefiles are generated automatically and you’ll never see them if you don’t want to. Features Simple. No build scripts are necessary. Out-of-source builds. Directories with source files are not cluttered with intermediate object files. Support for *.ino and *.pde sketches as well as raw *.c and *.cpp . Support for Arduino Software versions 1.x as well as 0.x. Automatic dependency tracking. Referred libraries are automatically included in the build process. Changes in *.h files lead to recompilation of sources which include them. Pretty colorful output. Support for all boards that are supported by Arduino IDE. Fast. Discovered tool paths and other stuff is cached across runs. If nothing has changed, nothing is build. Flexible. Support for simple ini-style config files to setup machine-specific info like used Arduino model, Arduino distribution path, etc just once. ( Homepage )
Compared to manual inspection, a machine vision and barcode reading system offers improved accuracy, higher consistency, and it works non-stop, day in and day out.
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This paper uses NAO, the humanoid robot from Aldebaran Systems, to demonstrate how MapleSim can be used to develop a robot model, and how the model can be further analyzed using the symbolic computation engine within Maple.