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Ford is marking the 150th anniversary of the birth of Henry Ford and the 100th anniversary of the assembly line.
In the past, the highlight of the show for me (and many others) has always been the concept cars. But, I was disappointed by the lack of innovation on display.
Did cost-cutting strategy jeopardize the production of what should have been an engineering triumph?
Hasbro wants to replace one of the tokens for the classic Monopoly board game. I think it should pick a token that celebrates the proud history of U.S. manufacturing.
Quite often, the biggest drawback of an industrial electronic machine—such as a robot—is often its lack of mobility. Since 2009, the Southwest Research Institute has been working to change that.
Reshoring is a welcome trend, but maintaining product quality will not be a given.
I just returned from attending the 2013 Automate show at McCormick Place in Chicago. Despite the frigid temperatures outside, I was impressed by the crowds inside warming up to the latest robotics technology.
Many computer users complain of eye problems such as dry and itchy eyes, eyestrain, and blurred vision. Here’s what you can do about it.
Our guest blogger wonders whether Apple's recent decision to invest $100 million to manufacture iMacs in the United States is a token gesture or a sign of things to come.
Automation is wonderfully economical—except when it’s not. Time and again, I’ve seen smart engineers make dumb automation decisions, some of them ruinous.
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