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

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Fabricating in Canada

FABTECH Canada is the country’s premier event for metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing

Nozzle changer benefits

by Stefan Colle

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

Inside the Space Factory

Airbus is putting advanced technologies to work in its satellite manufacturing operations.

Smart Factory efficiency

Bystronic’s Smart Factory Software enables maximum efficiency from production resources.

Grinder Safety

Walter Surface Technologies presents its range of grinder safety features.

5 Motorcycles of the Future

Want to know what motorcylces will look like in the future? Check out thse designs.

A New Kind of Manufacturing

There's a new sector in manufacturing that is fast becoming a force to be reckoned with:

Waterjets building waterjets

Erik Vossman discusses how his company Machine, Repair and Design leverages OMAX waterjet technology.

Machining aluminum? Watch this.

Iscar's TechTalk looks at techniques and tooling for optimum machining of aluminum.

20 kW fiber laser robot cell for high power laser cutting and welding

This system, installed in 2014 at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (the MTC) in the UK, is a turnkey bespoke laser robot cell featuring a 20 kW fibre laser (manufactured by IPG Laser) with a six axis robot capable of serving two component manipulators which can take components up to 5000 kg and 3 m in diameter. A range of laser heads can offer laser welding or cutting of thick materials.

Thread milling titanium

Watch Iscar make short work of this titanium block

SA1 series surface grinder

Okamoto’s new ACC-SA1 Series surface grinder

Are You Ready for Zero-Point Clamping?

by John Zaya

Effective ways to hold workpieces in multi-axis machining

Automotive sector in Canada 2019: Fresh Start

by Noelle Stapinsky

Cautious optimism for growth prevails in Canada's automotive manufacturing sector

A Brighter Future

by Andrew Brooks

Despite some uncertainty, prospects for Canadian manufacturing are looking good

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