Here is a reprint of an interview with Gerd Manz of the adidas Group who will speak at AMPA14 about the applications of 3D printing in the Sporting Goods Industry.
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.
The EUROPattern Microscope is a high-performance automation solution designed for the evaluation of immunofluorescence slides in autoimmune diagnostics.
Presently, 3-D printing is having a small effect on distribution, but in the future it could put a serious dent in the supply chain.
The most unique feature is the ability to print in 5 different colors or materials in a single print, without doing any manual color swapping.
It's a drone with an intelligent system that allows anyone to program it and have it either track a subject or follow planned scenarios.
We're always looking for new companies and products to spark the imagination of our readers. Crowd funding is a great place to look. Here are a few we think you will enjoy learning about.
The effects of RDVs is requiring the insurance industry to change its business dynamics whereby a greater portion of the liability will be moved from the car owner to the car manufacturer and infrastructure providers (federal and state).
The end of Summer and beginning of Fall brings alot of great tradeshows for the Robotics and Advanced Manufacturing industry. The Chicago area is the place to be with several great shows scheduled. Here is a look at some of the key events for the next few months.
A comprehensive Del Monte quality initiative sought to ensure product code legibility, and improve labeling accuracy and overall traceability of its canned fruits and vegetables.
Innovation networks tend to cluster around specific regions because all the necessary ingredients of finance, people, infrastructure & regulation tend to converge in one area by accident & design.
The design and construction of the RobLog Industrial Demonstrator was made under the requirements for such a machine to be robust yet have a streamlined design, flexible enough to fit into different space confinements, such as loading docks or warehouses.
By far, one of the most inspirational and impressive projects that's come from the 3D printing/DIY community has been the work we're seeing on open-source assistive devices, and one online organization that is playing a major role in making this happen is e-NABLE, a group started by Dr. Jon Schull of Rochester Institute of Technology.
The HV-100s are equipped with several options to re-space a field depending upon a growers needs.
The industry needs standards for workforce development training, process repeatability and reliability, and process control.
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