Canadian companies finding ways to help
- April 1, 2020
We have all heard the jokes about technology taking over the world. Well, they've started with automotive plants.
This National Geographic documentary takes a close look at how the Tesla electric vehicle is manufactured at the company’s plant in Palo Alto, California.
3M is better known for making Scotch tape than for leading-edge technology markets, but CEO and chairman Inge Thulin tells "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer that the electric car market is a perfect fit for the 115-year-old company.
Additive manufacturing from EOS at a German automotive manufacturer.
Learn how Amazon is using robotics and exploring the use of collaborative robotics to improve efficiency at its fullfilment centres in this video snippet from Vice.
Cy-Laser's CY2D S3015 fiber laser cutting machine is designed with a space-saving side load pallet changer for shops with limited floor space.
See how a new Prima Power LPe6f laser/punch combination, integrated into the Night Train (NT) Material Management System, helped Accelerated Cooking Products (ACP) of Cedar Rapids, IA, achieve a dramatic increase in productivity at a time when new business increased threefold.
The Sweptail by Rolls Royce is number one on the list of the seven most expensive cars in the world, at a price tag of $13 million.
Sandvik Coromant's "Looking ahead 4: Tomorrow's materials explories future materials and how they may revolutionize industrial deisgns of the future.
Here are some of the world's most dangerous and tallest bridges ever built and naturally formed like the Immortal Bridge in China.
A top-10 rundown of strange and bizarre machines.
Mazak Optonic Corp.'s Hi-Speed Modular Vertical Automation system designed for job shops, OEMs or production facilities. Suction cups and forks work independently to reduce cycle times.
Here’s a look at how fabricators use Amada’s HRB ATC bending machine to handle anything a customer can throw at them.
The Welding and Employment Skills training (WEST) is a 13-week program offered by Skills for Change.
DMG MORI has launched a “blended learning” experience to help machine operators learn to use a new DMG Mori machine in only a few days.