A video showcasing Salvagnini bending technology.

Physics busters

These ten objects seem to defy the laws of physics.

Boeing creates lightest metal ever using additive manufacturing

Microlattice is the lightest metal ever made. At 99.99 per cent air, it's light enough to balance on top of a dandelion, while its structure makes it strong. Strength and record breaking lightness make it a potential metal for future planes and vehicles. Learn more about Boeing Innovations athttp://www.boeing.com/innovation/

London opens doors to Brose

by Tim Wilson

City supports company's $170 M investments

Energy Fix

By Noelle Stapinsky

Despite challenges in Canada’s energy and resource sector, future holds opportunities

High speed machining on an Okuma five axis machine

Watch how an Okuma five axis machine handles high speed machining.

Live tooling, Swiss style

The Tsugami B0325V-III Swiss Type Lathe has an added vertical tool post, incorporating five modular, driven tools for increased milling capabilities.

Inside the factory of the BMW 7 series

The BMW 7 Series is an automobile model developed by the German manufacturer BMW. This series is the high end brand, representing what BMW does the best in comfort, technology and mechanics. There are six successive generations. The first named E23 was released in 1977 and the E32 released in 1986, the E38 in 1994, the E65 in 2001, the F01 in 2008 and the current G11 in 2015.

Dancing robots...for real

One of the biggest challenges with robot development is ensuring smooth movement wthout requiring the robot to be anchored securely. Well, it looks like Boston Dynamics is well on it's way to figuring this out.

Driving the jet

by Kip Hanson

Smart CAM systems make waterjet fast and efficient

Taking the heat off live tooling

Live tooling with coolant-fed bearings can run at high speeds and high duty cycles without the accuracy and failure frequency problems of conventional bearings

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