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Take a look at the top five fastest trains in the world. According to the video, these are official track records. 

 Here's a list of the world's fastest trains:

  • Japanese maglev L0 series: top speed of 603 km/h (374 mph).
  • Shanghai maglev: top speed upto 501 km/h (311 mph).
  • Harmony CRH 380a: top speed 380 km/h (236.12mph).
  • AVG Italo: top speed 360 km/h (223.6 mph).
  • Siemens Velaro E/AVS 103: top speed 349.8 km/h (217.4 mph).

NASA tests 3D-printed rocket part

NASA has successfully hot-fire tested a 3D-printed combustion chamber for a rocket engine. This is the latest in a long series of 3D-printed rocket components that NASA has worked on over the years at its Marshall Space Flight Center.

Okuma insights into the Industrial Internet of Things

These days there’s so much talk about the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), or Industry 4.0. Is it all just hype, or is it really as revolutionary as they say?

Cutting Tool Tips: When to Use Coolants

Coolant can be an effective way to cool a cutting tool, help expel the chip and prevent built up edge.

CanWeld Expo & Conference 2018

A national event for welding and fabricating

Fueling the Force

by Noelle Stapinsky

Cultivating and managing a healthy workforce can be a key differentiator in today’s competitive landscape

High performance plasma/fiber laser cutting

The MetalMaster Xcel high performance plasma/fiber laser machine from Messer Cutting Systems features state-of-the-art industry leading traversing speeds of 3000 IPM, robust design, high acceleration drives, along with multi-tool capability including plasma beveling, oxyfuel cutting, combination plasma/fiber laser combination cutting and drilling coupled with OmniWin software.

3D printing in space

This floating factory could be used for the 3D printing of heavy equipment and even full satellites in space.

Robotic heavy welding

by Eric McKellar

Robotics offer advantages for weld sizes 0.25 in. and larger

Watch your language

by Mary Scianna

People working in English dominant countries like Canada and the US take language for granted.

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