Combining machine vision and deep learning will give companies a powerful mean on both operational and ROI axles. So, catching the differences between traditional machine vision and deep learning, and understanding how these technologies complement each other – rather than compete or replace – are essential to maximizing investments. This article helps clarifying.
After being launched in the first quarter of 2017, JMX Plastic, SOURIAU's very first range of connectors for electronic medical equipment gained notice at the Compamed trade show in Düsseldorf that same year. SOURIAU used this year's edition of Compamed to announce that it has added larger sizes to its JMX Plastic range to meet an inrush of new electronic medical equipment that requires a higher contact density in order to be powered. In addition to offering advanced technical features and compliance with IEC 60601-1 and UL94 V-0, these JMX connectors have been carefully designed to meet the esthetic and functional requirements of medical device manufacturers.
Desktop Metal, the company committed to making 3D printing accessible to engineers and manufacturers, announces the launch of Fiber™, the world’s first desktop 3D printer to fabricate high resolution parts with industrial grade continuous fiber composite materials used in automated fiber placement (AFP) processes.
The welding automation industry is increasingly implementing collaborative robot arms from Universal Robots. This year’s FABTECH Expo features no less than three UR cobot powered path-processing solutions: BotX Welder by Hirebotics, Red-D-Arc and Airgas; Vectis Automation’s Cobot Welding Tool; and SnapCut by ARC Specialties.