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Lockheed Martin to utilize additive manufacturing process for propulsion tanks

Phillips Service Industries’ subsidiary Sciaky has announced that it will provide Lockheed Martin Space Systems with a turnkey electron beam additive manufacturing (EBAM) system to reduce time and cost on the production of…

Bystronic’s World Class Manufacturing program

The World Class Manufacturing program of Bystronic is set to debut at the 23rd International Sheet Metal Working Technology Exhibition (EuroBLECH) that will take place October 21-25, 2014, in Hanover, Germany. Oliver Hergt,…

European Commission calls for the growth

The European Commission agenda is focusing on growth and job to recover 350 million investments and 4 millions of jobs, lost because of the crisis. The European Commission is urging Member States to…

An Italy-USA alliance to support a Global Manufacturing Renaissance

Italy and USA inked a partnership to relaunch an innovative, sustainable and inclusive manufacturing.  Aster, the Consortium for Innovation and Technology Transfer in Emilia-Romagna, and Manufacturing Renaissance, independent no-profit organization in Chicago committed…

University of Loughborough is develpoing a device that could revolutionize manufacturing

Researchers at Loughborough University have made important advances that may dramatically change how cutting, drilling and milling is done in manufacturing. The tool makes working on difficult-to-cut materials like aerospace-grade composites so easy it…

Technology trends

Manufacturing digital revolution

The manufacturing industry could take advantages of the digital era over the next two decades. This is the aim of the roadmap released by Diginova, a Germany-based consortium of European companies and universities….

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