Robot solves Rubik's cube in .38 seconds
- March 20, 2018
Watch as this MIT-developed robot sets a world record for solving a Rubik's cube.
The CTMA is advocating for a solution to recent border issues where Canadian companies’ U.S. customers are not being permitted across the border to view and approve work prior to final shipment.
Index USA looks at the comon challenges in machining fuel injection parts from bar stock.
by Steve Rodgers
Canadian automotive suppliers gaining international respect
One of the recognized truisms of the Canadian automotive industry is that from a manufacturing perspective, we have long punched above our economic weight.
FlexiMill from Modig is a six axis machining centre for aluminum and composite aerospace machining.
by Leo Chang
Machining thin materials is not a tough job, as long as you have a good machine and the right techniques
VC Turbo, Circle Cycle, Liquid Piston… seven of the strangest, most innovative new engines in the world.
by John Mitchell
Selecting proper lead angles can extend tool life
For those who couldn't make it to IMTS 2018, here's a look at some of the outstanding CNC products, booths and technologies that were on display at the show.
Siemens Energy and LMT have a couple of new mechanical engineering ideas. Have a look.
Monitoring and managing welding data with Fronius' system, WeldCube.
With so many manufacturing companies looking to run at higher RPMs, balancing your tool assemblies has become much more critical to success.
by Noelle Stapinsky
Diversification and collaboration keep Canada’s tool, die and mould sector healthy and growing
by Michael Ouellette
I have been covering Canada’s manufacturing sector for a long time—about 20 years—and have been witness to an incredible amount of change in that time.
CNC crashes aren't deadly but they can sure get expensive.
Oceans, rivers, and lakes are often beautiful, but they’re not necessarily convenient places to build things.