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Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Mitutoyo’s new MiSCAN system

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Mitutoyo’s new MiSCAN system

An innovative multi-sensor form measurement system, Mitutoyo’s new MiSCAN allies coordinate measuring machine (CMM) and vision measurement machine (VMM) technologies to enable scanning measurement of the smallest component features using the newly developed MPP...
Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: new 3D printing process produces brilliant colors from single ink

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: new 3D printing process produces brilliant colors from single ink

Brilliantly colored chameleons, butterflies and opals reflect color by using nanoscale structures called photonic crystals. A team of US researchers has now taken advantage of the same approach to develop a 3D-printing process that...
Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Augmented reality as ‘new working normal’

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Augmented reality as ‘new working normal’

Covid-19 will accelerate the business world’s move to Augmented Reality (AR) and other IoT solutions, as companies across the UK look to adapt to a ‘new working normal’. Jim Heppelmann, CEO of industrial innovation technology...
Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: 3D printed nuclear reactor core

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: 3D printed nuclear reactor core

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is working on the design of a 3D printed nuclear reactor core which is scheduled to be turned on by 2023. Researchers at ORNL are currently refining the design, while also...
Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Boeing’s new AI-powered drone

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Boeing’s new AI-powered drone

A Boeing-led Australian industry team has presented the first unmanned Loyal Wingman aircraft to the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). The aircraft, which uses artificial intelligence to extend the capabilities of manned and unmanned platforms,...