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Published: 11/1/2016

Data-Driven Manufacturing Deconstructed
"Data-Driven Manufacturing" can be broken into three areas for better understanding: the conceptual, the technical and the practical.

Published: 10/3/2016

Streamlining the Data Network Inside a Machine
As machine tools become more capable of generating data about events and changes that occur within the machine’s internal control system, and the “smart” sensing or measuring devices connected to it, managing this inner network bec...

Published: 10/3/2016

Plain Talk about Data-Driven Manufacturing
The value is in better decisions. Machine monitoring is the first big step.

Published: 9/1/2016

Cybersecurity Assurance
UL has announced the a set of testable cybersecurity criteria for manufacturers.

Published: 8/1/2016

Retelling the Story of Manufacturing
"In manufacturing, the single source of truth is metrology."

Published: 7/1/2016

Digitizing Tool Data Is Key to Integration with CNC Programming and Other Applications
ISO 13399 is an international standard for the digital representation of cutting tool data.  Generic Tool Catalog (GTC) is a complement to ISO 13399 for vendor-neutral classification of cutting tools and data file structures.

Published: 7/1/2016

Sustainability—Clearly Linked to Profitability
Saving energy saves money. This fact alone will sustain the effort to make manufacturing more sustainable.

Published: 6/1/2016

Securing a Shop Network
Bill Bither of MachineMetrics discusses misconceptions surrounding cybersecurity and the Internet of Things, and provides some steps to protect your machine tools while they're being monitored.

Published: 6/1/2016

Get in the Game
Making processes more productive is one big benefit of data-driven manufacturing, but so is making people more motivated and more creative. We can learn from the appeal of video games.

Published: 5/1/2016

Machine Monitoring: No Place to Hide
Machine monitoring will provide a fuller view of shopfloor activities. At first, this picture might not be as good as everyone thought, but that’s not bad.