Kimura Foundry America is pioneering the "5S" manufacturing concept for metalcasting: sort, set in order, shine, standardize, and sustain
A producer of specialized shapes is introducing a concept of customization that extends from how a part is to be used to how it functions once it’s in place
Artificial intelligence is the next big step for manufacturers, and it’s happening now.
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Steady progress with additive manufacturing technologies keeps one foundry’s design capabilities on target and its service ahead of the game
50,000-sq.ft., automated operation in Wisconsin for gray iron castings up to 80 lb.
Survey of manufacturers and distributors identifies how enterprise technologies perform in terms of implementation schedule, cost, and ROI — and why.
Three cases of occupational hypersensitivity pneumonitis, a lung disease, related to finishing aluminum parts