Manufacturing the Future the Next Era of Globalization with 3d Printing

When it comes to manufacturing, there is no bigger story than the impact of globalization. As the world flattens and interconnects more than ever before, the global market becomes a winner-takes-all affair. The global economy rewards manufacturers that quickly adopt best practices and crushes those who linger in the ways of the past. Three key manufacturing trends build upon globalization—infrastructure productivity, responsive supply chains and product lifecycle efficiency—and dictate success for manufacturers in the 21st century. Companies that adopt 3D printing in their manufacturing and embrace these trends will have an advantage over the competition.

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Qmax Test Equipments Pvt Ltd

Qmax, with its innovative methodologies in test engineering, primarily applied in in-circuit test of electronic components in populated PCBs, Qmax has clearly steered miles ahead in the field of Automated Test Equipment (ATE), setting standards. Proving total test solutions based on the needs like Boundary Scan Test, PCB Mixed Signal In-Circuit Functional Test (ICFT), PCB Troubleshooting, etc., of the industry trends at the right time has made Qmax one of the world’s leading PCB test companies. Having carved in a niche position in the industry, Qmax is actively involved in its pursuit of constant research and development on its range of test equipment for semi-con industry, board functional testers and high end automated probing systems.

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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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Returnable Asset Tracking 101

whitePaper | July 13, 2020

There are different tracking technologies typically used in a production facility. Depending on the amount of data transmitted and the complexity of implementation each have corresponding price points. The manual manipulation of hand scanners requires time for processing and allows for error in recording. The cost of implementation is low, but systems require consistent investment of time devoted to ensuring accuracy. The cost to serialize assets for tracking is low, but the data can be damaged and capacity/flexibility for data storage is limited.

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Industry 4.0 challenges and solutions for the digital transformation and use of exponential technologies

whitePaper | May 15, 2022

Around the world, traditional manufacturing industry is in the throes of a digital transformation that is accelerated by exponentially growing technologies (e.g. intelligent robots, autonomous drones, sensors, 3D printing). The pace of change reflects ’Moore’s law’ on the speed at which information technology-driven change happens. Companies and their industrial processes need to adapt to this rapid change if they are not to be left behind by developments in their sector and by their competitors.

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Why Smart Manufacturing May Be The Key To Success

whitePaper | December 14, 2021

This paper provides insight and analysis based on research and survey data on the evolving automotive supply chain and the emergence of smart manufacturing associated with industry mega trends, in particular the escalating shift to electric vehicles (EV). The automotive industry is the crucible for so many of the fundamental changes that are taking place in manufacturing because of technology convergence.

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Deck 7 Webinars and Virtual Events

whitePaper | January 1, 2020

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Metal 3D printing at FMI Instrumed

whitePaper | July 31, 2020

We are a contract manufacturer for the global medical device industry. FMI Instrumed is specialized in the series production of implants such as cages, ploy-and monoaxial screws, instruments and other surgery products. Our customers are located around the world.

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Spotlight

Qmax Test Equipments Pvt Ltd

Qmax, with its innovative methodologies in test engineering, primarily applied in in-circuit test of electronic components in populated PCBs, Qmax has clearly steered miles ahead in the field of Automated Test Equipment (ATE), setting standards. Proving total test solutions based on the needs like Boundary Scan Test, PCB Mixed Signal In-Circuit Functional Test (ICFT), PCB Troubleshooting, etc., of the industry trends at the right time has made Qmax one of the world’s leading PCB test companies. Having carved in a niche position in the industry, Qmax is actively involved in its pursuit of constant research and development on its range of test equipment for semi-con industry, board functional testers and high end automated probing systems.

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