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By: Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence

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By: Bruker Corp.

(Bruker Nano Surfaces: San Jose, CA and Detroit) -- Bruker Nano Surfaces has announced a partnership with Greening Testing Laboratories of Detroit to provide convenient and cost-effective benchtop friction test and particle-screening capabilities to developers of friction materials.

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By: ISO

(ISO: Geneva) -- New technologies, from robotics to machine learning, are ushering in a period of rapid change and development. While the aviation industry is working to reap the benefits of this industrial automation, standards, especially those of the International Organization for Standardization Technical Committee 184—“Automation systems and integration,” Subcommittee 4—“Industrial data” (ISO/TC 184/SC 4), will play a key role in ensuring a smooth flight path—but only if they can keep up.

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By: Matt Dumiak

(CompliancePoint: Duluth, GA) -- It should come as no surprise to anyone that the California State Legislature has passed, and the California governor has signed, amendments to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Having previously been a ballot initiative, one of the main drivers to get the CCPA passed as traditional legislation was to allow the law to go through the standard legislative process, as opposed to the previous ballot initiative that would have made the law difficult and arduous to amend.

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By: MIT News

(MIT News: Cambridge, MA) -- A material designed by MIT chemical engineers can react with carbon dioxide from the air, to grow, strengthen, and even repair itself. The polymer, which might someday be used as construction or repair material or for protective coatings, continuously converts the greenhouse gas into a carbon-based material that reinforces itself.

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(RealWear: Vancouver, WA) -- Colgate-Palmolive Co. has selected RealWear as its strategic provider of hands-free wearable computers for its industrial workforce. RealWear’s smart, voice-operated HMT-1 will be worn by hundreds of its mechanics and engineers across 20 of Colgate-Palmolive’s largest manufacturing facilities in 11 countries.

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By: Intel

(Intel: Santa Clara, CA) -- Irene Petrick is the director of industrial innovation in the Industrial Solutions Division of Intel, and a member of Intel’s Internet of Things Group. Faith McCreary is a principal engineer, experience architect, researcher, and member of Intel’s Internet of Things Group. Petrick and McCreary came to Intel after careers in consulting, research, and academia. After they interviewed employees—from CEOs to factory workers—at 133 manufacturers, they co-authored a research paper on Industry 4.0.

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By: L.S. Starrett Co.

(Starrett: Athol, MA) -- The L.S. Starrett Co., a global manufacturer of precision measuring tools and gauges, metrology systems, and more, introduces its DFC and DFG Series of handheld Digital Force Gages.

Depending on the series, advanced automatic testing can be attained with the DFC Force Gage controlling a Starrett FMM Digital Force Tester, or basic testing can be performed using the DFG gage.

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By: FARO

(FARO: Lake Mary, FL) -- FARO, trusted source for 3D measurement and imaging solutions for factory metrology, product design, construction BIM, and public safety forensics, announces the release of the next generation of FARO Laser Trackers, the 6DoF Vantage product family with 6Probe.

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By: MIT News

(MIT News: Cambridge, MA) -- It’s not hard to understand why some of the world’s largest corporations have made huge investments in metal 3D printing recently. Manufacturing metal parts at scale currently requires companies to navigate complex global supply chains that take an unavoidable chunk out of the bottom line.

However, the cost, complexity, and time associated with metal 3D printing has ensured the technology’s mark on the multi-trillion-dollar manufacturing industry remains minimal.

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