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Published: 7/19/2019

How to Collect and Use Machine Data
Manufacturers don’t need to limit the machine monitoring data they collect, but they do need to know how to collect the data and how to use it to drive decisions.

Published: 7/13/2019

Breaking SPC Limitations Without Breaking Rules
Machine learning helps prove the merit of statistical analysis techniques that do not require plotting CNC machining quality data on a bell curve.

Published: 7/11/2019

Conference Highlights Hidden "Smarts" in Manufacturing Data
Hexagon’s annual conference in Las Vegas demonstrated how sensors and software can help manufacturers improve CNC machining and other manufacturing processes.

Published: 7/10/2019

News of Note: July 2019
New options for training young folks, NTMA offers blockchain services, a new partnership promoting additive manufacturing in aerospace work, and other industry news.

Published: 6/15/2019

ERP Helps Forward-Thinking Manufacturers Look Back
Enterprise-wide performance data and an understanding of which metrics matter form a foundation for the predictive analytics that characterize “smart” CNC machine shops.

Published: 5/11/2019

Data-Driven Manufacturing Scales Down
An automatic gaging station demonstrates the potential of shopfloor connectivity at the level of the individual machine tool.

Published: 5/1/2019

Manufacturing Data Collection and Management Transforms Swiss Shop
A New Hampshire high-volume precision solutions manufacturer and an innovative software solutions provider have collaborated in upgrading the shop’s data collection and organization methods, maximizing output and competitiveness.

Published: 4/28/2019

Maintaining Balance Writing about Modern Machining, Manufacturing
There is a method to our madness when it comes to determining what articles to present to our readers.

Published: 4/26/2019

Using AI to Predict CNC Machine Spindle Issues Before They Are Issues
A machine tool builder is using artificial intelligence technology to predict when a spindle problem might occur, so shops can better prepare for and schedule necessary maintenance.  

Published: 4/13/2019

AI Makes Shop Networks Count
AI assistance in drawing insights from data could help CNC machine shops and additive manufacturing operations move beyond machine monitoring.