See How Termites Inspired a Building That Can Cool ItselfClick image to enlarge

How do you cool a building without air conditioning? Using an approach called biomimicry, see how architect Mick Pearce harnessed the ingenuity of termites to design a natural cooling system for the largest commercial building in Zimbabwe.

 

Improve chip control in turning operations

Sandvik Coromant presents some tips to improve chip control and reduce chip jamming in turning operations.

Handmade dream car

An electrical engineer builds his childhood-dream sports car 

Vehicles of the future

What futire transportation systems might look like.

Time lapse suspension bridge construction

Time lapse sequences make the construction of this massive suspension bridge – the Osman Gazi bridge over the Gulf of Izmit in Turkey, opened in 2016 – look a lot easier than it actually was.  

Gear machining with power skiving

Watch a demonstration of the machining of internal gears with power skiving, a continuous cutting process that enables machining to be carried out in a single setup.

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.

Platinum Tooling presents IMTS product lines in video

The cancellation of trade shows this year has left many companies scrambling to showcase their best manufacturing technology. 

Drone walks dog

There's been a lot of very serious news about self quarantine lately. This is not that.

Okuma insights into the Industrial Internet of Things

These days there’s so much talk about the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), or Industry 4.0. Is it all just hype, or is it really as revolutionary as they say?

3D printed vehicles you won't believe exist

3D printing has come a long way. Check out these 8 3D printed vehicles to see how 3D printing is changing how we define manufacturing.

NASCAR pit crew veteran's fabricating tips

Justin Voss, an experienced fabricator and 15-year veteran of the pits in NASCAR, shares some useful tips for fabricators in all walks of life.

Adam Savage gets savage threading a bolt

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

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/

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