July 16, 2012. 3D printing (or additive manufacturing, as it’s more descriptively called) could remake American manufacturing. NCMS project teams have been at forefront of developing this exciting technology that is now more affordable than ever.
July 12, 2012. A team at MIT is experimenting with new ways for humans and robots to work together in industrial environments. The result should be greater manufacturing efficiency and productivity. And maybe the philosophers can pick up where the scientists leave off. With every passing moment robots become more and more a part of our daily lives. It’s time we devote some thought to our relationship with a species of device that may soon touch every aspect of what we do and how we live.
July 9, 2012. MacroUSA Corp. specializes in Unmanned Systems, MOUT Systems, and Safety, Surveillance and Inspection Systems with a vision to approach each project with creativity, revolutionary designs and cutting edge engineering. With efforts aimed at creating superior, more compact, and cost effective products than what is currently available.
July 5, 2012. ATI is a full service product development firm offering engineering, design, analysis, testing and manufacturing services. Specializing in weight optimized engineered solutions in an effort to help customers integrate their innovations into cost effective manufacturable products.
June 29, 2012. As the world grows more and more digital, it’s going to take a while for people to adapt to the idea of stuff being less and less real – or, rather, less physically real.
June 27, 2012. The June 2012 update from National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) delivering manufacturing innovation.
June 21, 2012. A recent University of Michigan study notes that factories produce about 75 percent of what we consume. The warning that follows, though, indicates that as much as 40 percent of that could go overseas (or at least out of the United States) if we make the wrong policy decisions.
June 18, 2012. Helping customers achieve research and development goals and solve challenging technological problems has been the focus of the University of Dayton Research Institute since its inception more than 50 years ago.
June 15, 2012. This new 6-week online course will offer students a unique learning opportunity through combination of lectures, demonstrations and hands-on design assignments utilizing CATIA v6. Training modules include part design, part geometrics, drawings and drafting, generative shape design and assembly design.
June 14, 2012. QinetiQ North America delivers innovative solutions to support defense, security and intelligence organizations and to support federal civilian agencies.