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Smart Manufacturing Could Save Global Automakers Billions

Smart Manufacturing Could Save Global Automakers Billions | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it
Asia-Pacific Region leads adoption of robotics, as more SMEs begin to digitize.
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By 2022, global automakers will save up to US$32 billion in annual automotive production through ICT-enabled smart manufacturing.
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Bringing Smart Manufacturing to the Auto Industry

Bringing Smart Manufacturing to the Auto Industry | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it

The $64 million, 400 000-sq-ft facility in Columbus, Indiana is set to produce a new emissions control technology (ECT) product for the commercial vehicle industry.


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Manufacturing Gets Smart

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Most computer-aided design programs have proprietary file formats, and readily share information with CAD systems from different vendors. They also export data to simulation software and computer-aided manufacturing systems.

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Check Out the World's First 3D Printed Electric Motorcycle

Check Out the World's First 3D Printed Electric Motorcycle | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it
Germany's Airbus APWorks has developed the world's first 3D printed electric motorcycle. The prototype weighs in at 77 pounds, and the bike can get up to 50 miles per hour and up to 30 mph in just three seconds.
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NASA Tests New Insulation for SLS Rocket

NASA Tests New Insulation for SLS Rocket | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it
Different types of cryogenic foam – used for very low temperatures -- will insulate the rocket's core stage and launch vehicle stage adapter, which connects the core stage to the interim cryogenic propulsion stage (ICPS).
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Documenting Industrial Plant with Reverse Engineering

Documenting Industrial Plant with Reverse Engineering | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it

Plant environments are often subjected to changes periodically, as companies decide to upgrade their installations, maintain equipment and add new machineries to leverage existing capabilities. With such consistent modifications, there is a need for an ongoing vigilance to ensure that the plant runs smoothly with required efficiency and safety.

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New Automated Mobile Robot Enters American Markets

New Automated Mobile Robot Enters American Markets | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it

Manufacturing industry tools, systems and factories are becoming “smart,” thanks to the approach of the so-called fourth industrial revolution.

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Spider Bots: The Mobile Machines

Spider Bots: The Mobile Machines | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it

It’s a 3D printer. It’s a fully autonomous spider-like robot, which can work collaboratively with others of its kind to 3D print complex structures and surfaces.



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2016 Predictions: 3 Best Investments for Manufacturers

2016 Predictions: 3 Best Investments for Manufacturers | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it
The manufacturing industry is constantly in flux, and that’s especially true with the advent of Industry 4.0, also called the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Data is more available and important than ever before, thus making efficiency gains even more measurable.

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More Manufacturers Turn to Additive-Made Metal Parts

More Manufacturers Turn to Additive-Made Metal Parts | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it
Designers who use 3D printing and additive manufacturing technologies in their work or as part of a hobby should expect to see desktop 3D printers in their
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Engineering CAD Services - Vee Technologies USA

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VeeTechnologies provides Engineering CAD Services, CAD design, CAM design, 3D modeling, Engineering CAD Design Services and development services.
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An Ode To Technology - What Are Some Of The BEST Automotive Tech ... - AutoSpies.com

An Ode To Technology - What Are Some Of The BEST Automotive Tech ... - AutoSpies.com | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it
NitrobahnAn Ode To Technology - What Are Some Of The BEST Automotive Tech ...AutoSpies.comAn Ode To Technology - What Are Some Of The BEST Automotive Tech Inventions? Agent00R submitted on 11/20/2012 Official Bell & Ross Timestamp: 10:34:55 PM.

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My Thoughts: Should we have cars that don't have a steering wheel? Is there a such thing as unnecessary technology? Concepts are cool but sometimes I feel that the people designing the concepts are not thinking about safety and convenience. For example, the No-steering wheel idea seems cool, but is it necessary? Which is actually safer, a steering whell or two handles like the ones shown abouve, kind of like an airplane? I am not by any means against the no-steering wheel idea, but does it actually help us?

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The Engineering Design – A Pioneer of CAD Drafting Services - Archinect

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The booming Engineering industry leads way to an increased requirement of expert Modeling, Analysis and CAD Drafting Services.

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FEA Analysis and Predicting the Performance of 3D Printing

FEA Analysis and Predicting the Performance of 3D Printing | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it

FEA enables engineers to mathematically model the behavior of physical objects, including how a material will behave under stress.

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Seven Robotic Arms Lifting 3D Printing into Industrial Manufacturing.

Seven Robotic Arms Lifting 3D Printing into Industrial Manufacturing. | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it

Metal 3D printing technologies to fiber composite systems, one trend that is worth its own consideration is the use of industrial robots in 3D printing.

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Top 6 Robotic Applications in Medicine

Top 6 Robotic Applications in Medicine | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it
According to a recent report by Credence Research, the global medical robotics market was valued at $7.24 billion in 2015 and is expected to grow to $20 billion by 2023. A key driver for this growth is demand for using robots in minimally invasive surgeries, especially for neurologic, orthopedic, and laparoscopic procedures.
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Select the Right 3D Printing Technology for Your Prototyping Requirement

Select the Right 3D Printing Technology for Your Prototyping Requirement | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it

The use of additive manufacturing or 3D printing is in abundance today, opening new opportunities for innovators looking to develop breakthrough products to make everyday lives of people easier. For existing entrepreneurs, it is crucial to keep pace with the fast forwarding trend in product development. The pressure on the product design process increases, as innovators and entrepreneurs require coming up with new ideas for their market and that too at faster pace, in order to compete better.

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5 Automation Videos Under 5 Minutes You Need to Watch

5 Automation Videos Under 5 Minutes You Need to Watch | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it

Industrial automation is of growing importance for manufacturers across the country and with the help of the Internet, it couldn’t be easier to find information about one of the key automation technologies: robots.

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How to Successfully Migrate Engineering Data to a New CAD System

How to Successfully Migrate Engineering Data to a New CAD System | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it

Companies globally, require multiple CAD systems to accomplish their product development objectives. The use of multiple CAD platforms could be at a departmental level within the organization or it could be required while communicating with outside vendors and customers.

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What does Digitization Mean for the Future of Manufacturing

What does Digitization Mean for the Future of Manufacturing | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it

Manufacturing business models, information technology and industry software may change completely.



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Machining for the Aerospace Industry with Electrical Discharge Machining

Machining for the Aerospace Industry with Electrical Discharge Machining | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it

Electrical discharge machining (EDM) uses electrical discharges to power through tough materials, making it an ideal solution for such applications.


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'On-the-Fly' 3D Print System Prints What You Design, as You Design It

'On-the-Fly' 3D Print System Prints What You Design, as You Design It | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it
3D printing has become a powerful tool for engineers and designers, allowing them to do "rapid prototyping" by creating a physical copy of a proposed design.

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3D-Printed Satellite Antenna Is Just One Piece

3D-Printed Satellite Antenna Is Just One Piece | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it
With an eye toward building space-qualified radio-frequency components for Earth observation and science instruments, the European Space Agency has 3D printed a satellite antenna designed as a single part.
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Amazon.com: Moser Engineering 7110 Aluminum Rear Differential Cover for 12 Bolt GM Rear End: Automotive

Amazon.com: Moser Engineering 7110 Aluminum Rear Differential Cover for 12 Bolt GM Rear End: Automotive (http://t.co/d0EM5n5Ubq #Cars #3982

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World Leading Bus Manufacturer Marcopolo Signs Multisensing™ Touch ... - DailyFinance

World Leading Bus Manufacturer Marcopolo Signs Multisensing™ Touch ... - DailyFinance | Engineering Product Design and Development | Scoop.it
World Leading Bus Manufacturer Marcopolo Signs Multisensing™ Touch ...DailyFinanceIt is a significant milestone for us signaling the rapid influx of interest in our technology, and the keen automotive industry pull for our offer.

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My Thoughts: Now hihg-tech equipment is going into buses? For the purpose of what, safety and to make lives easier? All i hear is more distractions for the bus driver, unless of course the electronics are disabled while the bus is moving. I wonder what buses will look like in the future. And what about semi trucks and big rigs? Those can't be all high-techy and electric because that technology is not powerful enough. Same goes with buses.