Geopolitical, supply chain, and COVID disruptions seem insufficient to stop European markets. Many growth opportunities are appearing, especially for those who adapted to digitalization and automation. For more industry intel and other tidbits, read on.
3D-printed metal FUEL valves. I want robots and automation. Renaissance man(ufacturing). Advanced metrology; still no turn signal. Ultrasonic holographic bioprinting.
A cocktail of risks threatens Europe’s growth: the war in Ukraine, the energy crisis, the tightening of interest rates, and high inflation. Despite these challenges, there is cautious optimism for 2023. For more industry intel and other tidbits, read on.
Text to action. CT scanners aren’t just for additive. Who does Audi think they are? In cybersecurity, preparation is key. Mass production for additive.
This week, we focus on Europe – but with a sentimental overtone. After 17 years as AMT’s man in Europe, Hubert Sawicki will retire at the end of 2022. The following is a reminiscent overview of that period, as well as a link to his personal farewell.
Walmart did it first. Variable geometry print nozzle. Can’t spell 'army' without (robot) 'arm'! A sports car for chasing microns. Robots with 3D vision are the future of QA/QC.
In the booths, on the main stage, in the sky, and on the show floor.
The war in Ukraine continues to impact global markets. EU countries closely coordinate actions to tackle rising prices and supply scarcity. Could this produce economic momentum for Central and Eastern Europe? For more updates and other tidbits, read on.
Read the top three takeaways from last week’s AMT event, MTForecast 2022, which featured economic forecasting and market data to help you make informed decisions for your manufacturing technology business.
Europe’s automotive sector has long been the main industrial contributor to European prosperity. Despite recent setbacks, the continent's electrification is moving full steam ahead with major investments and strategies. For more industry intel, read on.