DEARBORN, Mich., Nov. 20, 2009 - The manufacturing industry is quite alive, well and optimistic about its future, based on the buzz, business and booth traffic at the just-concluded 2009 FABTECH International & AWS Welding Show, including METALFORM. Some 25,000 visitors from more...
New Collaborations to Aid Supply Chain Development, Growth and Jobs for North American Wind Energy IndustryDecember 15, 2009 7:05 pm | by Society of Manufacturing Engineers | News | Comments
DEARBORN, Mich., December 10, 2009 - Creating clean sources of energy and providing jobs are key goals of the North American wind energy industry. To help achieve these goals, the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) has joined forces with the American Wind Energy Association on...
Some forms of blindness occur because photoreceptors in the retina degrade. The first flexible implant could help
Comprehensive Program Will Upgrade Hundreds of Buildings, Save Millions in Annual Utility Costs and Create Local Jobs MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 14, 2009 â€“ Minneapolis Public Housing Authority (MPHA) and Honeywell (NYSE: HON) today announced a $33.6?million energy efficiency and facility renewal...
With load capacities up to 16 tonnes, these four Hyundai diesel forklift trucks are the company's biggest. But it's not all about size: These bad boys can get up to 21 miles per hour and are decked out with a rearview camera and security start-up features.
A test comparing the effectiveness of the Solimar Aerator and the BTI SpinFlow.
How can one forklift cause so much damage? If ever there is a video that highlights the importance of forklift safety, this is it.
What life would be like if engineers didn't develop wireless technology.
In an entirely automated process, syringes are injection molded, assembled, quality checked and packaged.
What life would be like if engineers didn't develop remote controls.
Mars Chocolate has unveiled a 28,000-panel solar garden, which provides 20 percent of the peak energy consumption at its New Jersey manufacturing plant.
A tour of Coskata's semi-commercial facility in Madison, PA, where ethanol is produced from a wide variety of feedstocks using plasma gasification and specially engineered microorganisms.
The Nuclear Energy Institute believes that nuclear energy has become the most reliable carbon-free source of electricity, boasting an efficiency of around 90 percent.
Coskata successfully scales up a feedstock-flexible ethanol process—from there, the possibilities are endless, especially for collocation within the processing industry.