Renishaw’s product marketing engineer Mike Bond Click image to enlargeThis video from Renishaw shows users of Fanuc CNC controls some simple steps to quickly accomplish a critical task.

Using Fanuc’s set and inspect function, Renishaw’s product marketing engineer Mike Bond walks viewers through the process.

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"Robots on board" welding system

Yaskawa Motoman's arc welding system with the RWV2 compact positioner, Motoman MA1440 robot and the DX200 controller.

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.

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.

Ancient lathe: Was machining being done 500 years ago?

Vertical lathe machining at least five centuries ago? The ancient city of Hampi in India may have the proof.

Advances in robotics: Backflipping robot

What a difference two years make. If you followed the DARPA Challenge back in 2015, you’ll know that humanoid robots have a track record of falling over—a lot.

When mechanics lose their minds – ultimate crazy engine swaps

Fun to watch - but you won't catch us trying out any of these ridiculously overpowered rides

Cutting pipes and plate on one machine

MicroStep's CombiCut machine combines cutting of pipes and plates on one machine platform. 

Cobot for the machine tool industry

iAssist is the first of its kind autonomous and collaborative robot designed especially for the machine-tool industry. The solution is a collaborative initiative between Kuka and Makino.

Tesla makes ventilator from Model 3 parts

When the call came out for manufacturers to help produce medical equipment, many companies were quick to jump on board. But most of those companies must make ventilators using pre-existing designs, which would require competing with actual ventilator manufacturers for the parts and materials. 

Producing clean bends with new forming technology

Mate Precision Tooling's CleanBend forming technology press brake tooling produces clean bends with minimal to no marking of the sheet metal, claims the company. The technology uses rotating supports within the tooling for higher precision bending. It can bend short flanges, bend a flange to a diagonal sharp or across existing holes or bend delicate and polished materials.

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