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The tiny supersonic jet injector accelerates additive nanoscale manufacturing

Colored SEM image shows the position of an RTD (nanoscale thermometer) resistance thermometer as the deposition substrate moves relative to the nozzle capillary on a micro scale for gas jet injection Mapping the local temperature. The thermal response of the RTD was used to validate the model prediction of adatom thermal imbalance state. Picture credits: Matthew R. Henry By exciting …

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Robots could displace 20 million manufacturing jobs by 2030

Machines are expected to displace about 20 million manufacturing jobs across the world today, according to a report released Wednesday by Oxford Economics, a global forecasting and quantitative analysis firm. That means about 8.5% of the global Manufacturing workforce could be displaced by robots. The use of robots is on the rise: every new robot that is installed displaces 1.6 …

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Why Nintendo, Google and others may relocate manufacturing from China

Nintendo [194559002] ( NTDOF ) and Google [194559002] ( togetL ) are reportedly looking for alternative locations to manufacture some of their products , Google, which already has a significant presence in Taiwan, is now planning to relocate some of its nest thermostats and server hardware from China to avoid tariffs. This emerges from a report by Bloomberg citing people …

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Nintendo relocates Switch Manufacturing from China to have two new models in production

Rumors have been circulating about new switch hardware for months. The company is reported to launch a cheaper "Lite" version of the console, as well as an updated version with slightly improved internal features. Although we have these reports reiterated by several outlets, this remains rumored until Nintendo confirms it – and Doug Bowser of Nintendo of America was in …

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ISM Manufacturing Index 52.1 vs. 53 est.

Manufacturing in the US slumped to its lowest level in two and a half years as global trade tensions escalated. The tightly monitored manufacturing ISM index fell to 52.1 in May, according to Refinitiv estimates, compared to 53 for expectations. This was its lowest level since October 2016. Construction spending also disappointed unchanged compared to expectations for growth of 0.4% …

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Official manufacturing PMI for May

This photo is taken on May 3, 2018 at Huaibei in China's eastern Anhui province. – China's surplus with the United States widened in April, underlining an imbalance between the economic titans as they struggle to reach an agreement on a potentially damaging trade. (Photo by – / AFP) / China Out (Photo credit should read – / AFP / …

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Modi needs to make India a competitive manufacturing hub: Bhargava

Following a resounding victory at India's parliamentary elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi needs to improve the country's manufacturing capabilities to attract global investors. For India to become a highly competitive manufacturing hub, several things still need to happen – including an improvement in infrastructure efficiency, compliance and the country's public sector works, said RC Bhargava, chairman of Maruti Suzuki, one …

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U.S. home sales, manufacturing stumble; lab market strong By Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A new apartment building is being built in Los Angeles By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Sales of New US single-family homes fell from near at 11-1 / 2-year high in April as prices decelerated and manufacturing activity slowed to its lowest level in May, pointing to a slowdown in economic activity. But other data on …

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Researchers develop new lens manufacturing technique

Graduate student Mojtaba Falahati holds a homemade lens. Credit: WSU              Researchers from Washington State University and Ohio State University have developed a low-cost, easy-to-use lens that could help avoid the expensive molds required for optical manufacturing.                                                 Led by Lei Li, associate professor in the School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, and graduate student, Mojtaba Falahati, who researches how …

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Georgia abortion law: 3 manufacturing companies say they will not film in the state after signing the law

Christine Vachon, Chief Executive Officer of Killer Films; David Simon, creator of The Wire and The Deuce, who directs Blown Deadline Productions; and Mark Duplass of Duplass Brothers Productions have opposed a newly signed law that would ban abortion in the state if a fetal heartbeat can be detected. Georgian Governor Brian Kemp signed the "Heartbeat Law" on Tuesday, and …

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