Disney stunt robotClick image to enlarge

Robotics has come a long way in a few short years. This new acrobatic robot from Disney could put stunt performers out of work.

Watch it go through some of its manoeuvres in this video report.

CanWeld Expo & Conference 2018

A national event for welding and fabricating

Is your head in the cloud?

by Mary Scianna

Cloud computing has the potential to transform the manufacturing landscape in a way few could have imagined decades ago.

Becoming Canadian

This past summer I became a born-again Canadian.

Form Tapping Advances

by Sam Matsumoto 

Recent advances have overcome past limitations

Making Cutters Clever

by Kip Hanson

It takes more than sharp edges to maximize cutting tool performance

What’s In Your Wire?

by Nestor gula

Welding wire can make or break the weld

Robotic bending in action

The HG 1303 Rm from Amada America was engineered to provide consistent, high quality bending operations while eliminating time intensive, manual handling of medium to long sized parts.

Tapping into an Untapped Market

By Mary Scianna

Paul Ellery, owner of Ellery Manufacturing, a 34-year-old Surrey, BC, machine shop has had so much trouble finding good skilled machinists for his CNC shop that he’s hired head hunting companies in Toronto, the UK and the Philippines.

Agri equipment maker improves welder training

ALMACO, a manufacturer of custom built, agricultural equipment such as combines, planters and threshers, uses Miller Electric's LiveArc welding performance management system to improve training while also giving potential and existing employees the skills needed to do the best job for their customers. The system provides immediate feedback during training, allows instructors to customize welding programs to ALMACO’s exact needs, and allows for welding in both simulation and live arc mode.

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