The Humanium ProjectClick image to enlarge

The Humanium Project uses metal from melted guns to make watches - and to bring attention to the global problem of armed violence.

Watch a video about the project here.

Seven innovative 3D printing projects changing the engineering world

Homes, car parts, infrastructure, medical care – some of the ways 3D printing is changing the world we live in.

A history of GM in Oshawa

A video look at GM's long history in Oshawa, Ontario.

Horn: machining hardened metals

CBN (Cubic Boron Nitride) tools are ideal for machining through-hardened components.

WATCH: Smartphone manufacturing in China

OPPO has come out with its flaghip Android smartphone the R11. Watch how the phones are made at the OPPO factory in Shenzhen.

Chip formation in indexable drilling

Effective chip control is the most important factor in indexable insert drilling operations and is essential for quality hole making.

Boeing creates lightest metal ever using additive manufacturing

Microlattice is the lightest metal ever made. At 99.99 per cent air, it's light enough to balance on top of a dandelion, while its structure makes it strong. Strength and record breaking lightness make it a potential metal for future planes and vehicles. Learn more about Boeing Innovations athttp://www.boeing.com/innovation/

New web series sets the benchmark for industrial video

The first episode of United Grinding’s new video series In The Shop has landed and it’s pretty darn good.

Cobot here, cobot there...

Watch to learn how a family-owned machine shop uses a Universal Robots cobot to handle both welding and material handling tasks.

Digital tour of Amada tech centre

Tour AMADA's 62,000 sq ft Carolina Technical Center in High Point, NC, and experience the latest AMADA investment in the sheet metal fabrication industry.

Multitasking in style

Watch as Mazak’s Integrex i-200H ST multi-tasking centre delivers the highest level of single-setup part-production versatility.

CTMA calls for changes to border-crossing policy

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.

Sort parts automatically with Bystronic’s BySort

Bystronic’s upgrade for the fully automated unloading and sorting of completed cut parts.

‘I get to play with robots every day’

Molded Precision Components' president David Yeaman takes us through his unlikely journey from struggling student to owner of an advanced manufacturing company.

WATCH: Micro machining of a watch

Watch how Horn tooling micro machines a watch.

Ford's new "employee" KUKA robot arm

Ford Motor Co. is testing KUKA collaborative robots in some of its plants. See how one robot is becoming part of Ford's automotive manufacturing team. It's considered one of the first in the world to work hand-in-hand with people on the assembly line.

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