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2018 Year-end Business Success Promotions

POSTED: 12/04/2018

With year-end right around the corner, there is no better time to leverage 2018 business promotions to boost your active and planned projects for growth in the new year. Are you in a spend it or lose it situation with your annual budget? Use your 2018 budget surplus on a

The Complete Business Year-End Checklist

POSTED: 11/26/2018

November is usually the month where businesses big and small are mobilizing in their effort to tie up loose ends and prepare for the new year with a business year-end checklist. December is crunch time, and the more room to operate you leave your business before year-end, the better. Finish

Virtual reality job trials for collaborative robots

POSTED: 10/30/2018

Robots seem a perfect match for many of the exacting, tedious, and repetitive jobs that occur on a construction site, and they can free up human workers to take on more complex tasks. However, introducing robots capable of nailing drywall or laying loads of brick can introduce unfamiliar dangers to

Steelworker Strike Averted With Tentative Agreement

POSTED: 10/16/2018

On Monday it was announced that a U.S. Steel and United Steelworkers Union deal has been reached as a “tentative agreement”. The consensus has helped to avoid a steelworker strike that would involve more than 14,000 steelworkers in tubular operations, domestic flat-rolled steel, and ore mining facilities throughout the eastern

EDI And How It Benefits Businesses Of Every Size

POSTED: 09/25/2018

EDI, Electronic Data Interchange, is defined by the National Institute of Standards and Technology as, "the computer-to-computer interchange of strictly formatted messages that represent documents other than monetary instruments. EDI implies a sequence of messages between two parties, either of whom may serve as originator or recipient. The formatted data

Celebrate Manufacturing Day 2018

POSTED: 09/25/2018

If you haven’t heard of Manufacturing Day, the series of events is designed as a celebration of modern manufacturing and serves to inspire the next generation of manufacturers. Talks, open houses, and guided tours of manufacturing facilities across the country take place on the first Friday in October. This year, Manufacturing

August 2018 US Manufacturing Best Year-on-Year Growth Since 2012

POSTED: 09/17/2018

In August 2018 US manufacturing production rose for the third straight month, according to the Federal Reserve’s latest report entitled INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION AND CAPACITY UTILIZATION, and yielded the best year-on-year growth since 2012. August alone enjoyed a gain of 0.4 for industrial production while manufacturing output increased 0.2 percent thanks

ArcelorMittal Steelworkers To Vote On Strike Approval

POSTED: 09/14/2018

Following this week's announcement that US Steel workers voted in favor of strike approval, ArcelorMittal steelworkers across the region have mobilized in preparation for a strike authorization vote of their own. The vote will take place next week on Monday. Members will meet with USW leaders at the meetings, where they will receive

Machine Automation Explained

POSTED: 09/12/2018

Generally, machine velocity and positioning systems are controlled using devices like linear actuators, hydraulic pumps or electric motors, such as a servo. However, motion control utilizes special technology systems comprised of electric actuators like ac/dc servo motors. A typical motion control system includes three

Understanding the Basics of PLCs

POSTED: 09/12/2018

PLCs (Programmable Logic Controllers) are mainly used in industrial and commercial applications. Industries rely on a wide range of machines that are complex to operate. Every machine has parts that are operated by motors, pneumatics or hydraulic drive systems. Sensors are

Choosing the Best Machine Vision Technique for Robot Guidance

POSTED: 09/12/2018

The use of machine vision for robot guidance offers new industrial operations possibilities, but also creates complex safety design challenges. This is because it is applied to machinery that operates with

5 Things You Need to Know About Motion Control Systems

POSTED: 09/12/2018

Motion control is an engineering technology that is highly utilized in the industrial sector. A motion control system is any system that entails the use of moving parts in a coordinated way. Most

What’s a PLC (Programmable Logic Controller)?

POSTED: 09/12/2018

A PLC (programmable logic controller) is a digital computer used for industrial automation to automate different electro-mechanical processes. It was introduced to eliminate issues such as high power consumption that arose from the use of relays to control manufacturing processes. It

All-in-One Real-Time Windows IPC Machine Controller

POSTED: 09/12/2018

Consolidate Robot & CNC Controllers with an All-in-One Real-Time Windows IPC for Machine Automation – Watch Video Now When it comes to machine automation, hardware costs and complexity add up fast. As your requirements expand, so does your ever-growing list of

US Steel Workers Union Approves Strike

POSTED: 09/10/2018

Last week, US Steel Workers (USW) voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike if new contract negotiations can’t reach a compromise. The United Steelworkers Union will meet in Pittsburgh to address steelmakers’ substantial profits in the face of worker wages remaining stagnant. Locals including Gary Works, East Chicago Tin and the


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