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Connected manufacturing – driving faster design to delivery


PTC and GE announce availability of new solution to close the loop between product design and the factory floor.

1,000+ Delcam University courses donated to SkillsUSA


SkillsUSA programs help establish industry standards for job-skill training in the lab and the classroom, and to promote community service.

Model predicts blood glucose levels 30 minutes later


A person's blood glucose levels fluctuate in response to his or her insulin dose, meal intake, physical activity, and emotional state.

Mobility offer for manufacturing


Dassault Systèmes’ DELMIA Apriso offer extends operations management and intelligence to any mobile device.

Promoting transatlantic trade relations


Leading US business representatives announce visits to HANNOVER MESSE 2014; will join European industrialists to discuss the future of integrated industry.

Insight from [MC]2 MTConnect improves operations


Mazak to share key MTConnect advantages at [MC]2 2014 conference; implementation at Ky. plant gathers valuable data.

Grand opening of San Francisco technology center


Methods Machine Tools' event features latest machine tool technology, live demonstrations, technical seminars, and 2 grand prizes.

Tecnomatix Jack free student download license


Siemens PLM Software offers 12-months of human simulation software so students can learn how companies use digital human models.

The Better Parts Challenge


Jenoptik measuring devices and software to help US manufacturers ‘make better parts.’

Virtual arm eases phantom limb pain


Doctors have devised a new way to treat amputees with phantom limb pain.

Resource for medical device manufacturing software validation


InstantGMP’s web site resource assists new medical device manufacturers in understanding the requirements for software validation.

New Super-NURBS white paper from Okuma America


For those involved with CNC machining on curved surfaces, producing a smooth finish is critical.

$66.8M software grant to Cincinnati State


Siemens’ in-kind software grant from will help Ohio prepare a highly skilled workforce to take advantage of manufacturing resurgence.

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