The four factors essential to building a quality production line

By keeping the production of machinery components in-house where practical and possible, you will play a more active role in quality control.

The four factors essential to building a quality production line

-Andrew Stackpole, Assembly Shop Manager at Facteon Developing an efficient and polished machine building process can take a manufacturing company decades. What’s most important is that throughout this process, the focus is on building a quality production line that allows for the manufacturing of best-in-class product. Since beginning my career as a Machine Builder in […]

Housing construction is becoming manufacturing

The end product, block or panels have a very low labour input, compared to conventional building methods.

Housing construction is becoming manufacturing

Manufacturing is usually associated with making parts and assembling them. Manufacturing complete houses is a relative new concept in the history of the industrial revolution. We are on the verge of the next step, making the complete structure for a house out of only one material, foam concrete. Recent developments have made it possible to […]

HandySCAN 3D scanner meets Boeing’s requirements

In addition to complying with Boeing’s service letter, Creaform HandySCAN 3D scanners are listed in the Airbus Technical Equipment Manual, which is referenced in its Structure Repair Manual.

HandySCAN 3D scanner meets Boeing’s requirements

Creaform, the worldwide leader in portable 3D measurement solutions and non-destructive testing (NDT) solutions, has announced that its HandySCAN 3D metrology-grade 3D laser scanner can now be used for recording physical attributes of aircraft dents and blends on all models of Boeing commercial airplanes.  Boeing has released a service letter with guidance on the use […]

Guangzhou and Beijing rank as two loudest cities in the world

When we include all regions, Freedonia forecasts demand growth at 4.9% per year to reach $11.4 billion in 2023.

Guangzhou and Beijing rank as two loudest cities in the world

China is home to two of the loudest cities in the world – Guangzhou and Beijing. According to a recent article in The Guardian, “Guangzhou, China, ranked as having the worst levels of noise pollution in the world, followed by Cairo, Paris, Beijing and Delhi.” New study Global Acoustic Insulation shows demand for acoustic insulation […]

Mega solar power plant in Quang Ngai Province, Vietnam

Mega solar power plant in Quang Ngai Province, Vietnam

Large 49 MW-dc output enough to power 38,762 households(1) Completed Solar Power Plant TOKYO: Sharp Energy Solutions Corporation (SESJ)(2) announces the completion of a mega solar power plant in Quang Ngai Province, Vietnam. The project was a collaboration with multiple partners, including Sermsang Power Corporation (SSP)(3) of Thailand, and SSP affiliate Truong Than Quang Ngai […]

Corteva Agriscience opens Singapore office

To explore strategic initiatives addressing the needs of smallholder farmers across outh East Asia.

Corteva Agriscience opens Singapore office

SINGAPORE:Corteva Agriscience, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont, today officially opened its Asia Pacific head office in Singapore and announced a series of investments geared towards building expertise and technical capability to support farmers across the region, as governments seek to strengthen food security. These investments include the establishment of a global analytics center of excellence and […]

Hitachi receives orders for Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Thailand

The two companies established a joint corporation named Siam-Hitachi Elevator Co., Ltd. in 1991 and constructed a factory in 1992.

Hitachi receives orders for  Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Thailand

BANGKOK: Hitachi, Ltd. and Hitachi Building Systems Co., Ltd. have received an order through Hitachi Elevator (Thailand) Co., Ltd., which is in charge of sales and maintenance service of elevators and escalators in Thailand, for the delivery of 174 units of elevators, escalators and moving sidewalks for Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Thailand. Currently, expansion work […]

Your future co-workers could be a swarm of robots

But Chapman says there’s also an increasing opportunity for human-robot interaction and collaboration—combining forces to solve society’s grand challenges.

Your future co-workers could be a swarm of robots

In the future, swarms of robots could help us perform tasks from search and rescue to farming. Imagine there’s a flock of aerial robots searching for a lost hiker, for example. They have to cover a large area of remote bush and a central commander won’t work because they’re so spread out. So, instead, the […]

Australian Defence looks to quantum mechanics for new technologies

The new optical clock will determine the locations of entities through assessing time signals emitted from satellites through ticking.

Australian Defence looks to quantum mechanics for new technologies

Researchers from the University of Adelaide in South Australia will develop three technologies after being named among 11 projects to share in A$6.6 million of funding from Australia’s Department of Defence. The projects include the development of underwater devices to detect submarines, research into whether quantum radars can be used to detect stealth aircraft and the development […]

NUM helps Taiwanese machine tool company automate production for robotics

We are able to provide our customers with a very fast response service that helps them shorten their time-to-market significantly.

NUM helps Taiwanese machine tool company automate production for robotics

* unique multi profile capability helps increase manufacturing productivity NUM is helping the Taiwanese machine tool company Chien Wei Precise Technology to develop innovative CNC grinding machines for manufacturing specialist gears used in robotics applications. Based entirely on NUM’s latest-generation Flexium+ 68 CNC platform, Chien Wei’s new machines are designed to speed the production of […]