The FAA Approves 737 MAX Test Flights

Recertification of the troubled plane could finally be in sight.

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How to Restart Manufacturing After Covid-19

Now that we're past the first wave of the pandemic, it's time for the "big restart."

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Could 3D-Printed ‘Bone Bricks’ End Amputation?

Bomb injuries lead to bone-mending discovery.

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Mitsubishi Electric Announces Development of Cooperative AI Technology for AGVs

ME Maisart AI technology in AGVs to enhance work collaboration between human and machines.

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Mitsubishi Electric Announces Development of Cooperative AI Technology for AGVs

ME Maisart AI technology in AGVs to enhance work collaboration between human and machines.

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Midwest Success: From Small Sales Operation to U.S. Manufacturer

Ben and Ellie Fox grew Legacy Building Systems into a US manufacturer with global sales in 10 years.

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Not for Lack of Support—Netfabb 2021.0 for 3D Print Processing

The best software for processing 3D print files just got better.

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The SpaceX Crew Dragon: This Ain’t Your Parents’ Space Shuttle

History-making private spacecraft opens up U.S.-based astronaut travel again.

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This Week in Engineering - Urban Air Mobility, Hyundai Robotics and Rebooting Manufacturing

In This Week in Engineering Jim provides insights on major industry events and trends.

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This Week in Engineering - Urban Air Mobility, Hyundai Robotics and Rebooting Manufacturing

In This Week in Engineering Jim provides insights on major industry events and trends.

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HP Announces New 3D Printing Polypropylene Material, New Partnership and New Alliances

A partnership with Oechsler and new metal jet customers including the U.S. Marine Corps.

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