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The Manufacturer | February 26, 2020
The history of lean may stretch back more than a century, but it’s as relevant today and will be tomorrow as it was when first conceived. Rather than replacing lean, digital technologies are helping to identify previously unattainable efficiency opportunities and augmenting employees efforts to unlock unparalleled levels of productivity and innovation. Here’s what your organisation needs to know. Manufacturers are, by their very nature, an innovative bunch. They pour more time and mo...
Desktop Metal | March 14, 2022
Desktop Metal, a global leader in additive manufacturing technologies for mass production, today announced the launch of the X-Series line of binder jet 3D printing systems for metal and ceramic powders in a wide range of particle sizes.
The newly branded Desktop Metal line of printers is derived from the acquisition of ExOne last fall and will soon be offered with Desktop Metal’s build preparation and award-winning sintering simulation software applications. Additionally, t...
Manufacturing Global | April 27, 2020
As the challenges in manufacturing continue to rise due to the impact of COVID-19, we take a look at how artificial intelligence can benefit the industry. With the vast quantities of data available to the manufacturing industry due to its use of sensors and networks and the use of data being more valuable than ever before, the manufacturing industry is primed for the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) to drive business value, during these uncertain times.
“With the dif...
Wells Fargo | January 17, 2020
According to analysts at Wells Fargo, today’s US Industrial Production report contained encouraging signs, despite the main headline. Ex-autos, manufacturing production was up 0.5%, and after a Boeing-related hit during the first quarter, should improve as trade tensions have eased, analysts added. Output at the nation’s factories, mines and utility plants slipped 0.3% in December, but the decline was entirely due to a 5.6% plunge in utilities amid unseasonably warm weather. Manufact...
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