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2017-04-19
The MX-Z series of laser markers from Omron provide high quality, permanent identification with what the company claims is superior flexibility in terms of marking and connectivity with the ability to integrate easily to other systems or controls.
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2017-04-14
Boeing 787 Dreamliner will be first commercial airplane to fly with FAA-certified, additive-manufactured titanium structural components.
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2017-11-08
Aerospace manufacturers and operators—large and small—require solutions that shorten product development; maintenance, repair, and overhaul cycles; and lower fuel costs through lightweighting.
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2014-07-15
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2014-07-15
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2014-07-15
Company says Fuselage Automated Upright Build is expected to yield safety, quality benefits; had been in development since 2012.
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2016-03-04
A position-control torque arm system from Mountz improves and automates the fastening process while reducing manufacturing costs.
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2015-01-16
Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) had its latest 3-D printing technology at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, showing off a replica of a classic Shelby Cobra made via the rapidly propagating technology.
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2019-12-09
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2019-12-09
Innovative and enquiring specialists gather together 2020 SAE International Heavy-Duty Diesel Emissions Control Symposium (HDD) expand their knowledge collaborate most promising new technologies: emission control strategies, in-service maintenance, retro-fitting exhaust after-treatment equipment, global harmonization emission standards, regulatory activities
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2019-12-09
Innovative and enquiring specialists gather together 2020 SAE International Heavy-Duty Diesel Emissions Control Symposium (HDD) expand their knowledge collaborate most promising new technologies: emission control strategies, in-service maintenance, retro-fitting exhaust after-treatment equipment, global harmonization emission standards, regulatory activities
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2019-12-09
Innovative and enquiring specialists gather together 2020 SAE International Heavy-Duty Diesel Emissions Control Symposium (HDD) expand their knowledge collaborate most promising new technologies: emission control strategies, in-service maintenance, retro-fitting exhaust after-treatment equipment, global harmonization emission standards, regulatory activities
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2019-07-31
Acura’s latest video gives a look into what it takes to manufacture the second generation Acura NSX hybrid supercar at its Performance Manufacturing Center (PMC) in Marysville, Ohio.
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2019-02-04
Aerospace and defense, industrial automation and robotics, rail transportation, and other organizations which often struggle to support long-life platforms and systems stand to benefit from a new approach to obsolete and end-of-life (EOL) components. GDCA Inc. in Livermore, California, is working with Abaco Systems Inc. in Huntsville, Alabama, “to provide a sustainment path for customers with very long equipment life cycles,” GDCA CEO Ethan Plotkin explains.
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2018-10-17
Today’s airframe manufacturers have taken on more of the role of systems integrators, putting the focus on the aircraft as a system-of-many-systems. Sean Barker, FBCS CEng and a former research scientist at BAE Systems in the UK, approaches aircraft as a system of systems (SoS) from a business process perspective in his new book from SAE International in Warrendale, Pa.
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2019-02-05
While GE Aviation’s T700 turboshaft engine has powered the U.S. Army’s Apache and Sikorsky helicopters for more than 46 years, the U.S. Army will replace the T700 with GE Aviation’s fully modular T901-GE-900 engine as part of the Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) phase of the U.S. Army’s Improved Turbine Engine Program.

2018-03-19
At the end of 2017, contract production company Additive Engineering Solutions took delivery of a second “big area additive manufacturing” (BAAM) machine; the same type of printer that created a single giant tooling component used to secure and stabilize a Boeing 777X composite wing skin for drilling and machining.
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2018-12-07
Just down the road from SAE International’s headquarters in Warrendale, Pennsylvania, Mark Sokalski has been quietly working out how to maximize piston-driven engine efficiency – with an internal combustion engine mechanism that doesn’t follow the norm.
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2018-11-19
Lexington, Kentucky-based Space Tango is aiming to launch an autonomous robotic orbital platform by the mid-2020s. The platform, called ST-42, is designed for scalable manufacturing in space and will leverage the unique environment of microgravity to produce high-value products across multiple industries.
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2018-11-16
Weber Metals Inc., a division of Otto Fuchs KG of Germany, unveiled a new, $180 million, 60,000-ton press at its 2.5-acre facility in Paramount, California, southeast of Los Angeles. It sets a record as the highest tonnage hydraulic forging press in the Americas and the largest privately funded forging press investment in the world.
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