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The 2014 March Assembly includes a cover story about assembly line parts delivery plus much more. Check it out today!
Simulation and testing are vital for determining the feasibility of 3D vision guidance in an application.
The latest technologies for robotics and automated assembly will be on display at the Automatica show June 3-6 in Munich, Germany.
These tips can help you avoid problems with ultrasonic welding.
Visual work instructions enable operators to be more flexible.
Sensors verify that the rings have been installed correctly.
By redesigning multipart components, such as fuel nozzles, ducting and valves, into one-piece components, engineers can reduce weight, simplify assembly and cut costs.
Until recently, the phrase “world at one’s fingertips” was merely a cliché. Google Earth technology, however, has turned the phrase into a challenge for individuals and businesses alike.
Pencil-shaped, the Bloodhound SSC supersonic car aims to rewrite history in the summer of 2015. At that time, the car will attempt to reach a land speed of 1,000 mph—easily exceeding the world land speed record of 763 mph, set by its predecessor Thrust SSC on Oct. 15, 1997.
Great advances have been made in computational fluid dynamics and flight-simulation programs. Yet, when it comes to aircraft and missile designs, no amount of modeling can replace real-world testing using wind tunnels.
Since the start of the Great Recession in 2008, many Tier 1 suppliers have either closed or downsized.
Optimizing product quality is an ongoing challenge for all employees of Robert Bosch GmbH, the world’s largest supplier of automotive components.