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Additive manufacturing has already ingrained itself at several steps of the production line, even among Indian automakers. Having started in the design and prototyping lab, 3D printing...
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Manufacturers in India are looking at business continuity through a new lens and focusing on establishing their own domestic supply chains. By Shyam Motwani
In continuation of its campaign to recognise and encourage the role of women in manufacturing, The Machinist magazine presents two shining examples from Continental Automotive.
“The Mighty C has changed the world completely in every sense and it continues to do so. And we are still fighting it at the global scale. We are still at War!”
The Machinist welcomes the fact that the mega economic package details shared by the finance minister clearly show the focus is comprehensively on the MSMEs who have been adversely...
Technology can help manufacturers turn over a new leaf and strive for a more proactive approach to maintenance. By Bino George
Currently, India imports 80 percent of its medical devices and efforts need to be made to encourage manufacturing of medical devices locally. - By Anand Srinivasan
Skill development programs allow an organisation to remain agile and prepare for future disruptions while staying ahead of the curve. By Rajeev Kaul
Standards are a good thing. They make sure that an M6 screw always fits an M6 thread. Our industry is no different. By Alexander Lapp