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Most Dangerous Jobs Safety Harness 60370799d1714

A look at the most dangerous occupations in the U.S. (pre-COVID), as measured by fatal work injury rate.

 
 

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Thermoformed plastic replaces stamped metal vehicle interior parts.

See how large thermoformed parts vs. individually made ones saved a vehicle manufacturer weight, assembly time, and tooling costs while improving the product performance.


 
Chicken
 

One of the largest poultry producers in the U.S. has agreed to pay a $107.9 million fine as part of a plea deal.


 
White House James Steidl
 

The administration pointed to the strain of shortages of essential products—from medicine to food to computer chips as providing hardship to American citizens.


 
3 D
 

The 3DP specialist co-developed the FDM platform with manufacturer Jabil Inc. for aerospace and automotive components, claiming it “will provide the best economics of any high throughput industrial fused-filament offering.” 


 
Bombardier 2
 

The Canadian manufacturer acknowledged on February 23 that it recently suffered a cyber attack, adding to the growing list of manufacturers who have seen unauthorized access.


 
Digial Supply Chain
 

Half of large, integrated players are digitalizing the value chain, according to a new Deloitte study.


 
Exoxkeleton
 

Eight questions to ask if you’re considering exoskeletons for your workers.


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Cobots
 

ABB is expanding its collaborative robot (cobot) portfolio with the GoFa and SWIFTI cobot families, offering higher payloads and speeds, to complement YuMi and Single Arm YuMi in ABB’s cobot line-up.

 
 
 

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