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McInnes Rolled Rings
Business Wire
GE, the world’s leading digital industrial company, has announced plans to acquire two suppliers of additive manufacturing equipment, Arcam AB and SLM Solutions Group AG for $1.4 billion. Both companies will report into David Joyce, President & CEO of GE Aviation. Joyce will lead the growth of these businesses in the additive manufacturing equipment and services industry. In addition, he will lead the integration effort and the GE Store initiative to drive additive manufacturing applications across GE.
This webinar is intended to provide you with a thorough understanding of the information contained within a typical gear inspection report. Specifically, we will look at the contents and meaning of the information contained within the gear charts, as well as the techniques used by the gear measurement system to assess gear quality. An explanation of basic gear measurement techniques, how measurement equipment and test machines implement these techniques, and how to interpret the results from these basic measurements will be covered. We will also discuss how to interpret the results and what corrective actions may be considered if the quality of a particular gear is unsatisfactory.
Wall Street Journal
In this interview with Brian Anthony, director of the master of engineering in manufacturing degree program at MIT, he speaks on the need for continuous training, and what manufacturing jobs will look like in the future.
Brad Foote Gear Works, Inc.
Gleason Corporation
Kapp Technologies
American Stress Technologies
With so many important factors to watch — rising inventory levels, emerging markets in the late stage of the credit cycle, large impact of trade agreements and the looming election — what will directly impact the gear industry in the next 12 months? Find out more about the AGMA Marketing and Forecasting conference this October in Chicago.
Rick Rys of ARC recently completed detailed research on drones. This article is based on an interview with Rys, focusing on supply chain and manufacturing applications surrounding drones.
The Verge
The new Lamborghini Centenario Roadster – it’s more than $2.2 million and only 20 will be made. And they’ve all been sold already.
The Hill
During the 2016 primary election, several presidential candidates repeatedly lamented the loss of American manufacturing jobs. Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump built their populist economic platforms around the issue, soon followed by other candidates and members of Congress. None of the rhetoric explains manufacturing as an industry or the entire economy.
All Metals & Forge Group, LLC
Manufacturing in the U.S. unexpectedly contracted in August, for the first time in six months, amid slumping orders and production that raise concern of renewed industrial weakness.
Top U.S. automakers largely reported sales declines last month, with at least one company noting that August 2016 included one less weekend than the previous August.
Manufacturing Business Technology
As retirement nears, departing baby boomers are leaving behind an ever-widening skills gap in the workforce. With these experienced industry veterans retiring more frequently, manufacturers across North America are facing a serious hiring crisis, struggling to fill the critical roles which are being left vacant.
Specialty Ring Products
ALD-Holcroft Vacuum Technologies Co., Inc.
FedEx plans to construct a large distribution center near Nashville for its FedEx Ground operations.
Manufacturing Business Technology
Chinese-owned Volvo Cars and Sweden-based automotive safety group Autoliv say they are creating a jointly-owned company to develop autonomous driving software for Volvo cars.
Carl Zeiss Industrial Metrology
The 2016 Fall Technical Meeting (FTM) will feature the latest research in the field through juried presentations. Join us to learn the latest methods and cutting edge technologies in gearing today.
Manufacturing Business Technology
As the dust settles after the June 23 Brexit vote, there has been a lot of talk about the political implications. However, manufacturers need to be thinking about the practical implications, particularly those that will likely result from changes to the Value Added Tax (VAT) system and other trade regulations in the U.K. and EU.
By the time the Buffalo, N.Y.-based engineer Zack Vader reached the age of 18, the young maker began developing his idea for a cutting edge technology that he thought could be a game changer in the 3D printing industry. That was back in 2011. Fast forward to today, and the continuous research and development conducted by Zack and his father, a fellow 30-year career engineer named Scott, has culminated into Vader Systems, one of the two companies in the world to manufacture liquid metal 3D printers.
RCRWireless News
The industrial "Internet of Things" (IIoT) and its billions of projected devices has set companies from every end of the technology spectrum on a race to become the go-to solution in connecting enterprises.
Metso Minerals
The Huffington Post
Companies in the United States and Europe, and unions like the United Steelworkers, have spent untold millions of dollars to secure tariffs on imports of this improperly government-subsidized steel. Still China won’t stop. Diplomats have elicited promises from Chinese officials that no new mills will be constructed. Still they are. Chinese federal officials have written repeated five-year plans in which new mills are banned. Yet they are built.
Renault (RENA.PA) expects diesel engines to disappear from most of its European cars, company sources told Reuters, after the French automaker reviewed the costs of meeting tighter emissions standards following the Volkswagen scandal.
Star SU LLC.
Bourn & Koch Inc.
AMS Coatings


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