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Industrial Tourism: Ford Assembly
A snap-shot-like look at assembly operations at various facilities of the company that put the world on wheels.
Article Published: 3/22/2012
Real Real Steel
Here are some pieces of factory automation that can make a big difference in your assembly operations. They’re the real deal.
Article Published: 3/22/2012
GM and NASA Develop Down-to-Earth Tech for Assembly
Back in early 2010, General Motors and NASA announced the development of Robonaut 2 (R2), a project that they’d been working on since 2007 (autofieldguide.com/blog/post/gm-nasa-remarkable-robots). As its name implies, it is a robot.
Article Published: 3/21/2012
A Lesson in Lasers for Assembly
While resistance spot welding is the traditional go-to for automotive assembly applications, David Harvilla, manager of product and applications at the Trumpf Inc. (us.trumpf.com) Laser Technology Center, says that of the more than 2,000 disk lasers...
Article Published: 3/21/2012
Laser Ablation Improves Texture Consistency & Quality
A look at GF AgieCharmilles' laser ablation equipment.
Article Published: 2/24/2012
Machines Designed for Powertrain Machining
The Makino a51nx horizontal machining center is based on the company’s a51 model.
Article Published: 2/23/2012
Machining - Colder. Faster. Longer.
Cryogenic machining is getting closer to production operations. With good reason.
Article Published: 1/26/2012
Looking @ the 2012 Honda CR-V
Introducing the fourth generation of the compact crossover that has perennially been a favorite the world over.
Article Published: 1/26/2012
Lexus GS: Four Things
The 2013 Lexus GS is the fourth generation of the vehicle. And this time it is designed and engineered to represent what Lexus group vp Mark Templin calls “The new Lexus.”
Article Published: 1/26/2012
Taking the Weight Off With Hydroforming
How a pressworking process can result in stronger and lighter structures.
Article Published: 1/26/2012

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