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Boeing Quarterly Profit Falls Amid Ongoing 737 Max Problems

Boeing Quarterly Profit Falls Amid Ongoing 737 Max Problems

Boeing Co.'s third-quarter profit nosedived amid declining commercial aircraft deliveries as the aircraft maker tries to get the 737 Max back in the air. Commercial aircraft deliveries plunged by two-thirds during the period. The 737 Max is one of Boeing's most important products. The aircraft has been grounded since two fatal crashes that killed 346 people.

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Introducing the IG 282 SD Rotary Surface Grinder

Introducing the IG 282 SD Rotary Surface Grinder

DCM is proud to be introducing the brand new IG 282 SD rotary surface grinder at FabTech this year. Featuring a servo-driven precision cross slide, touchscreen HMI controls, simple in-process regrind, automatic maintenance reminders, and more. Stop by booth A3066 to speak to a DCM Technical Specialist and check out this exciting new machine.

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Manufacturing in China Will be About Adjusting Adoitly

Manufacturing in China Will be About Adjusting Adoitly


The concepts Industry 4.0 in Europe, Made in China 2025 and smart manufacturing in the U.S. “all share a common goal—to create cyber-physical systems to innovate in manufacturing,” Bob Parker, senior VP for enterprise applications, data intelligence and services and industry research at IDC, said at a recent event in China. Brett Brune, editor in chief of Smart Manufacturing, has more.

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Ford Quarterly Profit Declines as Automaker Seeks to Revamp Its Operations

Ford Quarterly Profit Declines as Automaker Seeks to Revamp Its Operations


Ford Motor Co. said its third-quarter profit declined by more than half as the automaker continues to revamp its operations outside North America. The Dearborn, Mich.-based company posted third-quarter net income of $425 million, or 25 cents a share, compared with $991 million, or 11 cents, a year earlier. North America was the only region Ford posted a profit...

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Medical Manufacturing: Much More Than Machining

Medical Manufacturing: Much More Than Machining

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Adapting Metal Cutting to Higher Power, Higher Speed Lasers

Adapting Metal Cutting to Higher Power, Higher Speed Lasers


Using lasers to cut metal, especially sheet metal or tubes, continues to show its value. The market is becoming dominated by the newer solid-state fiber laser over its CO2 gas rival. Fiber’s advantages in ease of operation, packaging and efficiency are clear. New higher-power, faster lasers are making a big impact on the market. Here's a look at how all that affects metal cutting.

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FANUC America Opens New Michigan Facility

FANUC America Opens New Michigan Facility


FANUC America held an event for the opening of its new 461,000 square-foot North Campus robotics and automation facility in Auburn Hills, MI. Customers, local officials, educators, suppliers, and the media attended. Guests included Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. She said FANUC ranked as one of the top places to work in Michigan the past seven years...

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Minimize costs in material testing and data management

Minimize costs in material testing and data management

Millions of dollars are invested to develop new engineering materials. Managing voluminous, expensive material data typically falls on engineers and detracts from primary activities such as improving mechanical systems. Issues associated with manual management include misplacing expensive material data or inadvertently distributing unapproved material data. MSC simulation technology automates management and data mining of material data, enabling companies to better leverage investments in new engineering materials.

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Durable Goods Orders Fall in September on Transportation

Durable Goods Orders Fall in September on Transportation


Orders for durable goods fell in September, paced by declines in orders for transportation equipment. The 1.1 percent decline from August snapped a streak of three monthly increases. Excluding transportation, the decline would have only been 0.3 percent. Within transportation, the big fall took place for orders for commercial aircraft and parts.

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New Waterjets Add Improvements to Boost Uptime

New Waterjets Add Improvements to Boost Uptime


Some of the latest abrasive waterjets on the market add new software intelligence that helps users easily monitor and calibrate machining performance with new, more reliable machines that offer better uptime. Faster cutting processes on the systems also enable builders to cut cycle times and costs and improve productivity.

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MONITORING SOLUTIONS FOR CUTTING MACHINES

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On-Demand Webinar: Demystifying Additive Polymers

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Advanced Metrology Solutions Offer Advantages to Medical Manufacturers

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Advanced Metrology Solutions Offer Advantages to Medical Manufacturers

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We don’t want to fix CRM - we want to kill it

We don’t want to fix CRM - we want to kill it

CRM is time-consuming and sales people hate it. That’s why Spiro is introducing a new sales platform that eliminates the need for data entry while providing recommendations that move deals forward. We’d love to show you how we’ve helped manufacturing companies gain full visibility into their sales pipeline in order to reach more prospects and close more business. button -- REQUEST A DEMO

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