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Machine Building Features

NUM collaborates with Chinese machine builder

NUM has helped Original Point Machine Tools (OPMT) to develop an advanced 8-axis CNC machining centre capable of processing many different types of materials, including metal, ceramics, glass and cemented carbide.

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If andon lights could talk (Actually, some can already – read on)

Simple signals can be used to count parts, schedule production runs and maintenance, provide historical data and apply logic to existing machine statuses – and much more.

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Picking parcels to pizza’s – the rise of pick-to-light technology

In this advanced technological age machines continue to outstrip man in terms of speed and efficiency. Fully automated systems are commonplace but technology can also greatly assist in human based operations bringing vastly improved output.  Pick-to-light technology is a perfect example of machine aiding man in traditional labour intensive tasks.

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Securing the Internet of Vehicles – is it possible?

Connected vehicles are a manifestation of the Internet of Things (IoT) and securing the Internet of Vehicles (IoV) is rapidly growing in importance. There are several areas of concern when it comes to securing a vehicle and the requirements are being heightened with the advent of autonomous cars.

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