On the Factory Floor13 videos This expert series discusses the latest technologies that can help optimize a manufacturing operation regardless of size. It features interviews from experts and thought leaders in the manufacturing space covering a variety of topical themes, from reverse engineering to additive manufacturing, both in the US and globally.
Play video What is Metal Additive Manufacturing and What Can it Do?
What is Metal Additive Manufacturing and What Can it Do?
Featuring industry experts from GE Additive, Sintavia, Markforged, Velo3D, and Launcher about what's possible and what's next in metal additive manufacturing.
Play video Materials in Additive Manufacturing: 3D Printing's Greatest Challenge
Materials in Additive Manufacturing: 3D Printing's Greatest Challenge
Material selection is truly the frontier of development for additive manufacturing. Here’s why.
Play video Additive Manufacturing & Design: How 3D Printing Will Change The Way We Design Everyday Products
Additive Manufacturing & Design: How 3D Printing Will Change The Way We Design Everyday Products
Additive manufacturing extends beyond design and could change the way we think about designing using 3d printing.
Play video Digital Manufacturing in America
Digital Manufacturing in America
Jim Anderton, Director of Content at engineering.com interviews John Dulchinos, VP of Digital Manufacturing at Jabil about local production and the global supply chain.
Play video Industry 4.0 in Taiwan
Industry 4.0 in Taiwan
Cutting edge machine technology.
Play video Cutting Edge Manufacturing Technology
Cutting Edge Manufacturing Technology
How Taiwan's machine tool industry stays competitive in the global market.
Play video Reverse Engineering & Formula 1: Preserving Digital Geometry of a Rare Race Car Part
Reverse Engineering & Formula 1: Preserving Digital Geometry of a Rare Race Car Part
Dimensional Engineering used a FAROArm portable scan arm to scan a rare gearbox component from a vintage formula 1 racecar.
Play video 3D Scanning Speeds Repair Time in Pipe Leak Averting Costly Downtime
3D Scanning Speeds Repair Time in Pipe Leak Averting Costly Downtime
The precision of 3d scanning and reverse engineering is allowing engineers to create custom clamps to stop pipe leaks in the oil and gas industry, while plants remain fully operational.
Play video How is 3D Scanning Speeding Up Reverse Engineering?
How is 3D Scanning Speeding Up Reverse Engineering?
Scanning 3D objects, such as out-of-production parts in cars or to customize components of cars such as the deck lid of a McLaren, is having a significant impact in the speed of reverse engineering.
Play video Using Grasshopper & KUKA Robots for Architectural Design
Using Grasshopper & KUKA Robots for Architectural Design
Karl Singline makes videos and tutorials all about his work with KUKA Robots. We called Karl to chat about what he's learned about using these robots for architechtural design with the Grasshopper 3D visual programming language.
Play video Security, Privacy and AI Biases for the Internet of Things
Security, Privacy and AI Biases for the Internet of Things
Do you know where your data is? Are sensors on manufacturing floors secure from eavesdroppers? And how do we stop bad data from teaching artificial intelligence to be biased?
Play video Connecting Devices and People with the Internet of Things
Connecting Devices and People with the Internet of Things
With the paradigms of 5G and autonomous vehicles looming over industry, combining the technologies and efforts between old competitors has become all the more necessary for quicker time-to-market and better products.
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