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  1. Components that require exceptionally tight dimensional tolerances and advanced surface finishes can end up costing a lot of money when manufactured through traditional machining methods. Although conventional wisdom states that cold forming is an even more expensive option, this is simply not the case when it comes to producing high quantities of complex precision shapes. According to this informative whitepaper, not only does precision cold forming provide tight tolerances, dimensional reliability, and better surface finishes, it also yields near-net-shape components that require very little secondary machining/processing. This in turn reduces the amount of raw material that is being wasted, thus saving money. Check out this white paper to learn more about the art and science behind the cold forming process, and see if cold forming is the right method for your precision needs. Request Free! View the full article
  2. This webinar examines how new IIoT technologies are driving industrial transformation. Particular focus is paid to the critical early use case like reliability, energy, productivity, and quality; and how a hybrid approach can drive early success – while laying the foundation for substantive transformations. You will learn how to:Develop a strategy that provides a seamless experience across the edge, data center, or cloud Provide a holistic technology architecture across IT & OT Evolve and address how IIoT enables new decision making processes and success metrics Transform plant personnel and management into knowledge workers Request Free! View the full article
  3. Read the report and get a summary of: Strengths of each vendor in the space. Each vendor’s ability to execute and completeness of vision. Why HPE has been positioned further up and to the right in the leaders quadrant. Request Free! View the full article
  4. Within the next 12 months, solid-state arrays will improve in performance by a factor of 10, and double in density and cost-effectiveness, therefore changing the dynamics of the storage market. This Magic Quadrant will help IT leaders better understand SSA vendors' positioning in the market. Request Free! View the full article
  5. In this webinar, John Fryer, Senior Director of Industry Solutions for Stratus Technologies, will discuss:Why modernizing your control system platforms is a key step for the future Key considerations for updating automation control infrastructures Best practices in realizing a modern industrial control system The ease of updating existing applications and adding new ones How a modern industrial control system simplifies your life and increases efficiency The webinar will also touch on technologies and strategies that are critical to realizing a modern industrial control infrastructure, including:Virtualization as the underpinning for a simplified and cost-effective control system infrastructure Utilizing best practices for protecting virtual environments to simplify redundancy Preventing application degradation and failures that consume time and resources Understanding key success factors, including:The speed of recovery after a platform failure Protecting your system against data loss Integrating with existing environments Ease of use factors Optimizing TCO Laying the groundwork for future applications and IIoT Request Free! View the full article
  6. With the cost savings and efficiency of virtualization comes significant risk. Unfortunately, virtualization makes downtime even more damaging and costly. Before virtualization, when one server hosted one application, only one process stopped if that server went down. But with virtualized servers running multiple applications, a crash can negatively affect multiple processes. Unplanned downtime of Industrial Control Systems; including SCADA, HMI and MES are the #1 enemy of enhanced productivity and higher efficiencies and a major driver of unplanned costs. Learn the Pillars of Always-on Virtualization in Industrial Automation: Monitoring Your Systems Avoiding Downtime (or Failover) Minimizing Planned Downtime Simplified Management Uncomplicated Serviceability Request Free! View the full article
  7. From custom soft jaws for difficult machining operations to alignment jigs for welding, an industrial 3D printer can improve many of the behind-the-scenes tasks associated with manufacturing and fabrication. Download the white paper today and learn how 3D printed tooling and fixtures address common manufacturing pain points like lengthly lead time, high material costs, and lost productivity. Request Free! View the full article
  8. Download this white paper to identify where AM can improve maintenance, repair, and operations processes in your business and to see how other companies have successfully implemented 3D printing techniques. Request Free! View the full article
  9. Many businesses struggle to find the right additive manufacturing solutions that suit their needs and provide return on investment (ROI). Selecting the right platform to prevent manufacturing roadblocks is vital to optimizing your manufacturing line productivity. Download the buyer's guide to help you:Evaluate the benefits of 3D printing technology at each stage of the product development process Understand how to leverage additive manufacturing for production as well as development Assess the key considerations in selecting a 3D printer that will enable your organization to capitalize on the potential of additive manufacturing Request Free! View the full article
  10. Add to those licenses the additional requirements tacked on by local municipalities, states and federal governments, and it becomes obvious that a dedicated staff of license-compliant professionals is required to keep your business open. But licensing requirements shouldn’t be a hurdle to success. In fact, with proactive management, licensing can boost growth, speed operations and even provide financial returns. It is also essential to have a team of dedicated compliance specialists on your payroll, or you can look to outsource your licensing plan to a third party dedicated to keeping you up to date and ahead of the regulatory curve. Request Free! View the full article
  11. However, the strategic importance of the cloud for product development is still barely understood. This four-page white paper explores the link between the cloud and an agile product development environment, including: Reasons businesses are turning to the cloud for product development Metrics that can be used to understand business agility for product development A case study illustrating how the cloud enables agile product development The obstacles that need to be overcome to implement product development in the cloud Request Free! View the full article
  12. However, developing these highly complex systems presents extraordinary engineering challenges. Rigorous testing is critical. How do engineers manage this complexity, replicate thousands of operating scenarios, meet aggressive time and cost targets and ensure product safety? Download this whitepaper to learn how engineering simulation provides the means to virtually test thousands of operating scenarios and design parameters with precision, speed and cost economy. Request Free! View the full article
  13. Personalization represents the future of healthcare. Yet, the cost of building product prototypes and testing them on patients is prohibitively high. Download this whitepaper and learn how to engineering simulation accelerates the overall design process and supports the development of smarter devices that gather individual patient data, improve the quality of care while cutting overall healthcare costs. Request Free! View the full article
  14. Engineering.com recently surveyed 205 product development professionals about their plans to include Internet of Things (IoT) features in their new products. This webinar will present the results of the research report and provide expert commentary on the results. Here are a few selected insights: IoT is in the mainstream. More than 60% of respondents are at least evaluating adding IoT capabilities to their products. IoT adoption isn’t limited to manufacturers of finished goods. Projects are underway at companies in all industries, from processed products such as raw materials to part manufacturers. IoT is being incorporated in many ways, including automated management of devices, tracking assets in the field and analytics for product performance. Request Free! View the full article
  15. Engineering.com recently surveyed 205 product development professionals about their plans to include Internet of Things (IoT) features in their new products. This webinar will present the results of the research report and provide expert commentary on the results. Here are a few selected insights: IoT is in the mainstream. More than 60% of respondents are at least evaluating adding IoT capabilities to their products. IoT adoption isn’t limited to manufacturers of finished goods. Projects are underway at companies in all industries, from processed products such as raw materials to part manufacturers. IoT is being incorporated in many ways, including automated management of devices, tracking assets in the field and analytics for product performance. Request Free! View the full article
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