Dr. Diesel Technologies (DDTS) provides the latest diagnostic technologies to the heavy duty military vehicle community. DDTS’ key products include Diagnostic Analyzes Test Set (DATS), Diagnostic software and rugged embedded PC’s.
February 2010 Welcome to The CTMA Connector, a monthly newsletter designed to provide news and ideas about the Commercial Technologies for Maintenance Activities (CTMA) program. The CTMA program is a joint Department of Defense/National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (DoD/NCMS) effort promoting collaborative technology development between industry and the DoD maintenance and repair facilities. This newsletter …
George Washington University is a private, non-profit institution of higher education based in Washington, D.C. The University provides education and training services, primarily for students at the undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral levels, and performs research, training, and other services under grants, contracts, and similar agreements with sponsoring organizations, primarily departments and agencies of the U.S. government.
Adapt Laser Systems offers innovative laser cleaning technology for industrial surface treatment, cleaning and paint removal applications. Their laser technology removes contaminants, production residue and coatings without damaging the substrate.
The 2010 CTMA Working Symposium highlights sustainment requirements, ongoing DoD projects addressing some of these needs, and interacting with the leaders in the DoD and industry responsible for improving weapon system sustainment.
Congratulations to NCMS Director Dr. Thomas Kurfess who has been recognized with the SME Education Award. Renowned as one of the world’s leading experts in the field of microscale manufacturing metrology, with research focused on the design and development of high-precision manufacturing and metrology systems, Kurfess began his career in academia at Carnegie Mellon University in 1988, where he rose to the rank of associate professor.
The next Annual RTC Membership Meeting has been scheduled for March 16, 2010 from 1-5 PM EDT in Miami, FL. This meeting is being held in conjunction with the NDIA 2010 Ground Robotics Capability Conference & Exhibition which will kick-off with an opening reception at 5:00 – 6:30 PM immediately following our meeting.
The list of speakers making presentations at the 2010 AMT/NCMS Manufacturing Technology Forum just keeps getting better. Joining the agenda are Mr. Jeffrey Walker, Supervisory General Engineer for the U.S. Department of Energy Industrial Technologies program, and Jim Dolle, Technology Leader-Metalworking & Manufacturing, GE Aviation.
NCMS West Welcomes New Interns
2010 AMT/NCMS Manufacturing Technology Forum: Developing Sustainability.
Jim Dallam from MAG Industrial Automation Systems joins NCMS radio to discuss the award winning Volumetric Accuracy for Large Machine Tools (VALMT) project. VALMT has pioneered an innovative process in establishing a new methodology in volumetric error compensation for large machine tools which will reduce the amount of reworking of machined parts during onsite vehicle …
NCMS and one of its consortia teams have been active, along with SME, industry and government advocates, in the formation of the ASTM F42 Additive Manufacturing Committee. Constance Philips, Senior Program Manager for NCMS’ RARE Parts through Rapid Manufacturing & Repair consortium, which has been continuously working to apply rapid prototyping and additive manufacturing technologies …