Industrial 4.0

Industry 4.0 Business Model Dilemma for OEMs

September 14, 2023

Industry 4.0 Business Model Dilemma for OEMs
Industry 4.0 is often associated with the Smart Factory and from a technical perspective, it focuses on the end-to-end digitization of all physical assets in a manufacturing value chain and integrating it into digital ecosystems with value chain partners.

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Validating additive manufacturing processes to meet medical regulations

whitePaper | June 26, 2022

the state-of-the-art procedure and the currently valid standards are presented. Subsequently, existing gaps and possible issues related to additive manufacturing (AM) technology are pointed out. Finally, a feasible procedure is outlined. This first section deals with the process chain and their qualification and validation. Until recently, there was no standard definition of the AM manufacturing process steps. There was a broad consensus to divide the process into pre-, in-, and post-process, but there was no clear division.

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Enhancing value to customers by optimizing the production process

whitePaper | May 20, 2022

In today’s Industry 4.0-driven market, companies strive to meet customers’ needs and offer the most competitive and valuable solutions while being efficient and reducing costs. To face this challenge, manufacturers need to leverage the advantages of digital transformation.

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ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING OF METALS IN THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY

whitePaper | July 31, 2022

Additive Manufacturing (AM) developments go back several decades, but stereolithography was the first commercial use of AM in the late 1980s using polymeric materials, and was widely used initially in the automotive industry sector. The aerospace industry adopted AM in the mid-1990s using polymer AM parts for non-structural production applications, and there are now a multitude of AM parts on commercial aircraft such as air ducts, brackets, and clips.

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How to Solve Productivity Issues with Automated Quality Control

whitePaper | May 11, 2020

In manufacturing, the slightest deviation can have significant repercussions. This guide presents solutions, in the form of best practices, that will help quality and production managers solve their productivity issues and implement near-line and in-line automated dimensional inspections.

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Cybersecurity for Manufacturing Environments

whitePaper | May 4, 2020

From cookies to cars, the manufacturing industry employs innovative technology to produce quality goods efficiently and get them to customers quickly. With the explosion of internet-connected devices and people who access them, cybersecurity is a higher priority than ever.

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Manufacturing 2022

whitePaper | March 12, 2022

Northeastern Pennsylvania (NEPA), which encompasses Northern I-81 Corridor communities such as Scranton, Pittston, Wilkes-Barre, and Hazleton, has a long history of supporting a diverse array of manufacturing operations.

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