Today’s control technology is ready for these machines, and for more challenging integrations than this.
A U.K. research project redesigned a bike stem with an internal lattice to reduce the amount of material needed while maintaining strength.
A dedicated AM facility is helping the company discover the technology’s potential for design as well as production.
Throughout my week at this larger-than-life event, from hall to hall, I witnessed several attendees and exhibitors alike announcing how many IMTS events they’ve attended.
The 31st edition of the show was the third largest in terms of registration and exhibit space.
Things changed this year. New technologies and a new generation were prominent, and together they are helping to take this show into its next era.
Sandvik Coromant donated $50,000 to help enable hundreds of students to take advantage of STEM education opportunities including a series of special summer camps as part of their “Dream It. Do It.” program.
Yesterday I blogged about IMTS, providing an overarching summary of the manufacturing technologies featured there. Today, being Technology Tuesday, I thought I’d share a few snapshots from the show floor.