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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Press brake with heads up display

Take a look at how MC Machinery’s fully automated press brakes can go a long way toward relieving pressure on both your bottom line and your peace of mind.

A closer look at Manufacturing 4.0

The future of manufacturing – Manufacturing 4.0, AI, Big Data – and lessons from automation at a Toyota forklift plant in Sweden, presented by futurist keynote speaker Patrick Dixon.

World's steepest funicular rail line in Switzerland

The world's steepest funicular railway has opened to the public in Switzerland. Specially constructed cylindrical carriages have been used to ensure that passengers can stay upright. The floors tilt, adjusting to the slope as the funicular climbs 110 m (360 ft) over a distance of 100 m at the steepest point.

Fabricating Automation: Prima Power Customer Profile Wood Stone Corp.

Fabricating Automation: Prima Power Customer Profile Wood Stone Corp.

Powerful machines that are at another level

A robot that works in tight (and nasty) spaces, a rock splitter, a trencher, a tree stripper and some other very tough machines in action.

Aerospace manufacturing at Bombardier

Aerospace manufacturing at Bombardier

Direct Diode laser cutting technology

Mazak's new FG-220 DDL 3D laser cutting machine in action.

Monitoring and managing welding data

Monitoring and managing welding data with Fronius' system, WeldCube.

This drone-car hybrid could transform city travel

Aircraft manufacturer Airbus has unveiled a driverless drone-car hybrid that could deliver a fully automated ‘taxi’ service combining road and air travel (maybe rail too) in a single trip.

Building the fastest high speed train in the world

Building high speed trains that run more than 300 km/hour. Every year, French high speed train manufacturer Alstom uses more than 22,000 sq m of sheet metal, enough to cover three and a half football fields, to build the trains. The newest trains feature all-aluminum body shells.

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