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Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: 6-Axis 3D Manufacturing

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: 6-Axis 3D Manufacturing

nScrypt’s new “3Dn-Axis” Factory in a Tool (FiT) achieves 3D manufacturing in 6 axes, and therefore enables digital manufacturing in true 3D.  With 6-axis capability for all of its tool heads, nScrypt’s new FiT can...
Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: 3D printing self-driving cars

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: 3D printing self-driving cars

Autonomous vehicle manufacturer PIX Moving is combining metal 3D printing with mold-inspired generative design to advance automotive production. The company’s ‘C-ZONE 01’ end-to-end digital manufacturing factory makes use of wire arc additive manufacturing (WAAM), a form of...
Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Successful Mars rover landing

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Successful Mars rover landing

W.L. Gore & Associates joined countless scientists and space exploration enthusiasts in celebrating the successful landing of the Mars 2020 Mission’s Perseverance Rover on the Red Planet. This development following a successful launch last...
Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Chuck Jaw for Mill/Turn Machining

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Chuck Jaw for Mill/Turn Machining

A patent-pending 2+2 design increases set-up options for clampable workpiece geometries and provides a long compensation stroke - 5.1 mm up to 10 mm per jaw – more than other available four - jaw...
New hardness tester brings flexibility

Tuesday’s marvels of engineering: Wilson RH2150 hardness tester

The new Wilson RH2150 represents the next generation of hardness testers by Buehler – ITW Test & Measurement GmbH. Based on the concept of the RB2000 and offering a large range of testing scales and...