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Voodoo Manufacturing triples 3D printing production with Universal Robots

Universal Robots’ UR10 handles the “harvesting” - loading and unloading plates in 3D printers - at Voodoo Manufacturing. Deploying the cobot has tripled production output and will help the Brooklyn startup cut costs by 90 percent. The company chose the UR robot due to its quick integration with peripheral systems enabled through the UR+ platform.

Tracking difficult welding joint variations

ABB Robotics' Weldguide IV is a powerful Thru-Arc tracking sensor based on patented technology and designed for ABB robotic welding systems. It's designed to track difficult welding joint variations resulting from cast components or other pre-process problems.

Norway’s $47 B coastal highway with undersea tunnels

Norway's plan to connect communites across the country is a $47 billion project that would spawn amazing solutions for crossing the fjords.

Greater grinding in 8 steps

by Jim Jennings

It doesn't matter how efficient upstream processes are if grinding slows you down

Automotive sector in Canada 2019: Fresh Start

by Noelle Stapinsky

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

5 Motorcycles of the Future

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

High performance CNC lathe

Microweily has added the high performance TY-1640SV CNC lathe to its line of precision lathes, distributed in Canada by Heinman Machinery.

Balance Matters

by Drew Strauchen

4 ways proper tooling balance saves time and eliminates problems

8 Insert Failures

by Don Graham

Spotting and preventing common insert failure modes

Manufacturing change

by Mary Scianna

Seven incredible but useful machines

From a bridge laying behemoth to a real-life hoverbike, we look at seven truly unique machines.

Waterjet Matchmaker

by Mary Scianna

Can Canada trump Trump?

by Mary Scianna, edtior, Shop Metalworking Technology Magazine

As Donald Trump gears up to become the 45th president of the US, many Canadians are nervous about how his policies over the next four years will impact the Canadian economy.

Tech Tips: managing manganese

by Rob Ritchot

Looming regulations on lower limits may pose problems in the welding shop

Natural Talents

by Andrew Brooks

Canada’s strength in natural resources is being matched by its winning hand in renewable energy

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