A proposal by Foxconn to open a factory to manufacture iPhone and iPad displays in America was preemptively exposed in December. The plant would create up to 50,000 jobs in the U.S., but could it also put the Taiwanese Foxconn at odds with China?
This case study explores how Butler Automatic used an ERP to reduce its lead times for building machines, as well as improve its financial reporting.
Samsung is expected to announce on Monday the reason for the $6 billion manufacturing defect that resulted in smartphones catching fire.
The best—and weirdest—technologies, innovations, and high-tech gadgetry from the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show.
Artec 3D’s Leo is everything you’d want in a 3D scanner, from wide field of view to built-in CPU and touchscreen. It's also one of the fastest, smartest ever made.
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Jan 09, 2017
The manufacturing equipment market is in the midst of a rapid and evolving change. As smart machines and sophisticated equipment are introduced on to plant floors and into the most difficult working environments, manufacturers need modern cable...
Our editor is in Las Vegas for the 50th Consumer Electronics Show. Here are the highlights and game changers he discovered on the first day.