Entries for May 2015

Global Warming Predicted in 1953… Why Haven’t We Acted?
As alternative energy sources become more viable, fossil fuels might go away for economic reasons.
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Driver-Assist Technology Fails to Capture Consumer Interest
Despite low consumer interest, OEM’s continue to develop driver-assist systems.
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SpaceX Certified to Compete for Classified USAF Missions
The bidding war begins as SpaceX competes against the United Launch Alliance for launching services.
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US Manufacturers’ Export Stats Stumble in 1Q
The numbers are troubling, with China’s trade surplus up 24 percent as US deficit climbs 30 percent.
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Wave Springs: Small Size, Big Performance
Wave springs can replace wire wound types in many applications, at a lower cost and in less space
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This Manufacturer of One-Offs and Short Runs is Shooting the Lights Out
Four Lessons from Proto Labs, a company that grew 30% last quarter and earned $10 million
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U.S. Automakers Lose Millions Over Poor Supplier Relations
Study shows Toyota and Honda are improving their relationships with suppliers while Ford and GM are ...
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Another European Automaker Chooses the Southern US
Volvo’s new plant to be built in South Carolina. Will other automakers follow?
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New Materials Handling Innovations on Display at PROMAT 2015
Modula vertical lift module demonstrates compact parts storage with computer control
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Sikorsky Seeks Innovators with Disruptive Technology
Sikorsky accepts innovators' applications, “whether working in a garage or in a Fortune 500 company....
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Another Grand Old US Brand Disappears as ZF Acquires TRW
German manufacturing is on a roll. They have something to teach us. But what?
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Diesel Engines Outperform Gas Turbines on the Battlefield
The Russian T-14 Armata tank outpaces the American M1A2 in speed and range, despite less horsepower.
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3D Printed Jet Engine Roars at 33,000 RPM
GE engineers make first fully functional jet with additive manufacturing techniques.
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Bar Steel Fatigue Database Contains 134 Grade and Process Combinations
Data on material and heat treatment combinations will help engineers design superior vehicle parts.
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VIDEO: How the Trans-Pacific Partnership will Change US Manufacturing
Distributors of imported goods could be considered manufacturing employers.
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Driving Down the Cost of Manufacturing through Software
Knowing the production cost of a product in advance can be tough. Software from aPriori simplifies a...
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SuiteWorld 2015 Day Three: A Data-Driven Future
Big corporate data capability for small firms is the future with Cloud-based systems
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How You Can Predict Manufacturing Defects in Injection Molding
Simulation system to improve manufacturability.
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Engineers Usher a New Age in Automated Transportation
Although autonomous, drivers are still required for docking and driving trucks off highways.
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Day Two at SuiteWorld 2015: Enterprise Data, Management Accelerates Move to the Cloud
NetSuite CTO Evan Goldberg reveals an integrated data model highlighting handheld devices
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