Special Digital Edition: Logic Devices for Automotive
Logic for automotive applications is similar in lots of ways to logic designed for other applications. However, its just as dissimilar, and for a host of reasons. In this Technology Roundup, youll find a multitude of resources to help you better understand these issues, including what types of devices are available, where specifically they should and shouldnt be deployed, and how automotive technology differs from other applications.
The Landscape of Industrial Manufacturing and Warehouse Robots
In this Design News e-book we're going to clear up the differences between traditional manufacturing robots and cobots working with humans on the factory floor and in warehouses, including industrial mobile robots. We look at differences in the robots themselves, as well as the different jobs for which they're used, as well as the real impact cobots are having.
3D Printing with Metals for Design Engineers, Explained
Using metals in 3D printing for industrial series production is getting real, and not only for aerospace, biomedical, and automotive uses. Those are still the leading industrial application sectors, but they're not alone anymore in this alternative to traditional metal fabrication for end-use parts. Additive manufacturing for end-production is complex. Using metals AM for end-production is even more complex, and can be confusing to anyone that's new to the topic. In this special report, we've gathered some guidelines for engineers on designing for 3D metals printing, and how it differs both from traditional metals techniques like casting, as well as 3D printing with polymers. We've also included some advice on integrating this non-traditional manufacturing method into a company's culture.
Basic Lithium Battery Tech
Understanding the basic technology and the limits of the materials that make up lithium ion batteries makes it easier to assess their strengths and weaknesses. This e-book will explain some of the basics of lithium and lithium ion battery technology and help you understand how these engineering and materials innovations are enabling an exciting future with electrification.
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