GE Additive Launches Manufacturing Partner Network

Burloak Technologies, Carpenter Technology Corporation and Proto Labs join as launch partners.

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Why Every Engineer Should Learn Machining

We surveyed hundreds of engineers and machinists to learn about their best and worst experiences working together.

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Video: Manufacturers Need to Rethink Policy on Drugs

Can't find people? Your company's drug testing policy may be the culprit.

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Pros and Cons of Climate Engineering to Combat Climate Change

Research into climate geoengineering proposals illuminates both potential benefits and significant downfalls.

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Eye Spy: The Basics of Robot Vision Systems

I spoke to robotic systems integration experts for insight into robot vision basics.

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Suction Grippers Designed to Prevent Marking and Deformation

For handling of non-porous materials, you can’t beat the suction cup gripper.

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Robotic Cockroach Can Swim and Walk Underwater

In nature, cockroaches can survive underwater for up to 30 minutes. Now, a robotic cockroach can do even better.

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AR Training, Electric Buses, and Laser-Based SATCOM - This Week in Engineering 19

This Week in Engineering is our science and tech news show. Check it out!

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Video: Scientist and TV Host Danni Washington Speaks About STEM’s Ocean of Possibilities

Marine biologist, science communicator and television show host is convinced STEM students will shape the future.

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Video: IIoT-Integrated Sensors Connect Machines to Mobile Devices

We stopped by an impressive sensor wall display to learn more about the devices which collect machine and automation data.

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Video: What is the Future of Additive Manufacturing?

I had a chat with Materialise executive chairman Peter Leys about additive's role in the future of manufacturing.

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As Difficult Rescue of Thai Soccer Team Continues, Global Community Brainstorms Solutions

While Elon Musk’s proposal to transport the boys out with a ‘kid-sized submarine’ is the most prominent, engineering minds across the world are banding together online to find safe ways to transport them out.

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High-Velocity Shrimp Weapon Could Inspire New Breed of Composite Materials

Researchers at Purdue University may have discovered the key to stronger composites in the unlikeliest of places: the mantis shrimp.

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VIDEO: How a Small Team of Engineers Custom-Designed a Metal 3D-Printer

Founded by 3 engineers in a garage, Formalloy's DMD technology rivals that of billion-dollar, multinational corporations.

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