Advancements in Welding Technologies and Predictive Analytics in the Industrial Sector

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This issue of Advanced Manufacturing TOE profiles key developments and advancements in robotics for improved welding, welding that helps enable less expensive 3D printing of metals, rotational friction stir welding, and acoustic monitoring and deep learning for machine health. Innovations covered include a robot arm for improved welding efficiency, additive and subtractive manufacturing in a single device, an environment-friendly friction stir rotational welding process, improved productivity using automated welding robots, sound-based predictive maintenance and deep learning for machine health monitoring and the industrial Internet of Things.The Advanced Manufacturing TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) covers

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Advancements in Welding Technologies and Predictive Analytics in the Industrial SectorRecent Developments in Advanced Manufacturing TechnologiesRobot Arm with a 3.3 Meter Length for Improving Welding EfficiencySubtractive Manufacturing Combined with MIG Welding TechniqueEnvironment-friendly Rotational Friction Stir Welding ProcessAchieving Significantly Improved Productivity Using Automated Welding RobotsSound-based Predictive Maintenance System for Industrial Internet of ThingsIndustry Contacts




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