NASA's 3D printed pizza and 17 other interesting 3D printed objectsClick image to enlarge

A 3D printed pizza from NASA and 17 other ojects made using additive manufacturing.

Can Canada regain economic superstar status?

by Mary Scianna

When the International Monetary Fund cut its 2013 Canadian growth forecast to 1.5 per cent in April from an October
2012 estimate of 2 per cent, Canada abruptly fell to last place among the Group of 20 countries outside Europe for economic growth.

Integrated punch/shear cells translate into productivity, cost savings

In this video, see how Imperial Commercial Cooking Equipment doubled productivity while saving on power and material costs with the new generation of servo-electric Shear Genius integrated punch/shear cells from Prima Power.

Planning Beyond Survival: Setting Priorities

Mike Brownhill, commercial accounts director at Export Development Canada (EDC), suggests a few key factors all manufacturers should take into consideration when planning for 2021.

Welding speed square hack

Check out this trick for improving your fabrication and welding involving structural steel beams, particlularly I beams. Thanks to the guys at Weld.com for this video on quickly modifying your speed square to fit the inside radius so your measurmnts will be more accurate. 

This robo-car startup does things differently

This Hungary based autonomous vehicle company believes self driving cars can navigate with regular cameras.

A critical link

by Ethan Weikleenget

Grinding wheel flanges and personal safety

Soft robot inspired by snakeskin

A team of researchers from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences has developed a soft robot inspired by snakeskin, and made using kirigami, an ancient Japanese paper craft.

Driving Long-Term Growth in Manufacturing

by Robert Cattle

How the Federal government’s fiscal update will impact manufacturing

Nozzle changer benefits

by Stefan Colle

Set up your laser machine to reduce piercing times and increase throughput

Time lapse suspension bridge construction

Time lapse sequences make the construction of this massive suspension bridge – the Osman Gazi bridge over the Gulf of Izmit in Turkey, opened in 2016 – look a lot easier than it actually was.  

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