Mazak's HQR200MSY Mutlitasking machining centreClick image to enlargeHere’s a close-up up of MAZAK’s HQR-200MSY multi-tasking turning centre as it machines an electrical connector.

The HQR-200MSY features a twin-spindle, twin-turret configuration machines complex parts in a single setup.

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How China is driving the future of electric cars

In one of the world’s most advanced factories, Chinese startup NIO – described as China’s Tesla – is working to ensure the future of electric cars is driven by China.

Video: the difference between 3-axis and 5-axis CMM

Renishaw demonstrates some of the fundamentals of coordinate measuring machine (CMM) technology. Check out the video below:

Seven real-life transforming vehicles

Here's a look at seven "transformers" that actually exist.

Seeking the perfect weld

Anything that’s done at the highest level of skill can be defined as a form of art.

Fiber laser engraves a quarter

There's not a lot of art involved when engraving parts in a manufacturing process, but this fibre laser video shows us that maybe there should be.

Doosan HMC paired with linear pallet system

Doosan’s Linear Pallet System is retrofittable with the company’s existing horizontal machining centres.

Analyzing chip formation

Sandvik Coromant analyzes chip formation

Machining a mega crankshaft

Building a crankshaft this big isn’t an everyday job.

Robotic technology in action: The Revenge: Timo Boll vs. KUKA Robot

Last year, Timo Boll challenged the KUKA KR AGILUS in his area of expertise: table tennis. Now, it is up to Timo to prove his qualities in a completely different kind of duel.

Auto designer Chris Bangle's wild new EV design

Chris Bangle is well known among the auto industry for his innovative automotive designs. See his latest "wild-looking" vehicle.

This robot can assemble an IKEA chair

It may not sound like much, but as Fast Company editor Marcus Baram explains, acquiring the ability to assemble an IKEA chair may represent a tipping point for robotics technology.

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Adam Savage gets savage threading a bolt

Watch Adam Savage of MythBuster’s fame manually machine a huge bolt from a brass blank.

Additive manufacturing at BMW Group

 As additive manufacturing continues to grow, many major manufacturers, like BMW Group, continue to incorporate the technology into their product processes. This video demonstrates the use of metal additive manufacturing technology at a BMW Group facility.

Building Italian supercars

Two Italian supercars built by hand, from scratch – and with no computers or even sketches.

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