Innovations in Plasma Cutting, 3DP, Cobots, Electronics Manufacturing

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This issue of Advanced Manufacturing TOE covers recent developments in 3D printing, collaborative robots, and structural electronics. Innovations profiled include advanced processing of metals and non-ferrous alloys using plasma cutting by Hypertherm Inc.; an innovative 3D printer to print lightweight, complex ceramic parts by Xjet Ltd.; improved security through indoor user-friendly collaborative robots by Cobalt Robotics Inc.; a mobile screen used for 3D printing of photoinitiators along with a monomer or oligomer by the National Taiwan University of Science; and technology and manufacturing techniques for producing structural electronic components by TactoTek Oy.The Advanced Manufacturing TechVision Opportun

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Innovations in Plasma Cutting, 3DP, Cobots, Electronics ManufacturingRecent Developments in Advanced Manufacturing TechnologyAdvanced Processing of Metals and Non-ferrous Alloys Using Plasma CuttingInnovative 3D Printer to Print Lightweight, Complex Ceramic PartsImproved Security through Indoor User-friendly Collaborative RobotsMobile Screen Used for 3D Printing of Photoinitiators along with Monomer or OligomerManufacturing Techniques for Producing Structural Electronic ComponentsIndustry Contacts




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