AMCM, a provider of customised metal 3D printing machines, has embarked on a journey to advance additive manufacturing by enhancing the thermal management and performance of its flagship M 4K printer, according to a case study published on Conflux Technology's website.
In the ever-evolving world of manufacturing, Additive Manufacturing (AM) has emerged as a ground-breaking technology with transformative potential. From aerospace to healthcare, AM has revolutionized industries by enabling the creation of complex, customized parts with unprecedented precision.
Across the ever-evolving landscape of technology and business, Hardware as a Service (HaaS) is proving to be a transformative concept. The world at large has become familiar and comfortable with software delivered as a service commodity via subscription model both for professional organisations and individuals. This has laid the foundation for a similar approach to hardware service contracts, which are increasingly being viewed as a savvy way to scale up in-house capabilities without huge capital expenditure.
Researchers at the University of Sydney Nano Institute have unveiled a compact silicon semiconductor chip that integrates electronics with photonic components, expanding radio-frequency (RF) bandwidth capabilities and precise information control.
Global automobile manufacturing giant Nissan announced up to a GBP 3 billion (AUD 5.7 billion) investment to make 100 per cent electric versions of two models at its UK plant, delivering a significant boost to the United Kingdom’s auto industry.
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