Rick Haas has an impressive automotive resume, having held positions at Ford and Tesla and currently as the president and CEO of Mahindra Automotive North America.
While you may not be familiar with Mahindra (yet), know that the India-based Mahindra Group is a $19-billion organization that is involved in the production of products ranging from
According to a study released in Germany, the answer is yes. Blog Post: 4/30/2018
Tony Deligio Senior Editor, Plastics Technology In addition to quantifiable gains in productivity and quality, automation has consistently proven to increase something else: anxiety. Robotics, thanks in part to the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) have entered
Yudo Inc. says that the Tagon AGV system and the Shuttle system automatically transfer all forms of logistics units such as container, carton box, cart, rack, pallet and so on safely and precisely. New Product Post: 4/30/2018
Edited by Karen Cornelissen Managing Editor, MoldMaking Technology
At Bel Air Finishing Supply’s mass finishing workshop, attendees will find out how they can save time, cut costs and improve product quality on post processing 3D parts. Steve Alviti, president of Bel Air Finishing Supply (Bel Air), announced the company's biannual, all-day mass finishing seminar and workshop, which
At NPE2018 next week, Toshiba Machine Corp., Elk Grove Village, Ill., is introducing a new generation of all-electric presses, the ECSXIII series (successor to the ECSXXII line), which was displayed in four models from 110 to 390 tons. They offer a streamlined frame design, re-engineered toggle-clamping system, “significantly faster”
Process capability is related to the variation in part dimensions from shot to shot. High values of process capability require the shrinkage of the material to be identical on each shot, which can be confirmed from the pressure-volume-temperature (PVT) graph. Here, part length is within specifications for all 30 parts, while part width is
PSI Molded Plastics’ mechanized copper-paint line can handle large parts. Spray-on shielding reduces the number of parts used on instruments, eliminating the cost of a box within a box and associated attachment parts. A significant expansion of its in-house electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio-frequency interference (RFI) shielding
Agilyx is in an innovative area of recycling: extracting value from waste plastic streams. The company has expanded to develop the first full-circle chemical recycling of PS. Because of the dip in the oil market a few years back, Agilyx pivoted to PS recycling, producing styrene monomer for reuse by resin makers. Agilyx retrofitted parts of
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