Shenzhen: The Silicon Valley of Hardware
Technology and innovation hub, Shenzhen is known as China’s “silicon valley” and “the city of the future”.
Eva invests $125 million in Mexico, China
Chinese metals processor Eva Precision Holdings Ltd. is plunging ahead with investments of more than $125 million in Mexico and China to expand work for global customers in the office equipment and au
The value of China’s import and export fasteners in H1 of 2017 totals 3.88 billion US dollars, up 6%
Based on the data of China Customs, the value of China’s import and export fasteners in the 1st half of 2017 sums up to 3.88 billion US dollars, up 6% versus the same period of 2016 while the quantity
MTE - Monthly News Update（August）
Since SIMM exhibition booth booking starts in August, SIMM has received numerous orders. Especially in Hall 1, 50% of the show space is sold so far. Manufacturing enterprise responded actively to the
Sandvik: A new dimension in parting off
Challenge: Conventional parting blades suffer from high vibration-inducing loads across their weakest section. Solution: Rethinking of the tool design shifts the resultant load to the strongest se
Industrial lasers in China: An observer's perspective
Chinese laser manufacturers respond to changes in the market environment
Why High-speed Machining Demands a High-end Tool-holder
In high-speed machining for medical equipment manufacturing, choosing the right tool-holder is the key to greater precision, longer tool life and decreased machining costs.
Should Robots Replace Humans in Your Industrial Facility?
In an era where “reshoring” overseas manufacturing jobs back home to the USA is on the rise, there’s increasing debate on the role of robots in our economy. Will we see a net increase or decrease in o
Midea's Plan for Beer-Pouring Robots, People-Less Factories
Midea’s purchase of Kuka put it on the frontlines of the industrial robotics battle just as China embarks on an ambitious plan to automate its vast manufacturing sector.
China's 'Robot Revolution' May Weigh on Global Rebalancing
Automation may drive productivity gains and export competitiveness, but the rising use of robots also threatens to exacerbate domestic income inequality, undermining consumption.