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2015 market research report on global engraving machine industry illuminated by new report

Le 28 July 2015, 04:49 dans Humeurs 0

2015 Market Research Report on Global Engraving Machine Industry was a professional and depth research report on Global Engraving Machine industry that you would know the world’s major regional market conditions of Engraving Machine industry, the main region including North American, Europe and Asia etc, and the main country including United States ,Germany ,Japan and China etc.

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The report including six parts, the first part maainly introduced the product basic information; the second parts mainly analyzed the Asia Engraving Machine industry; the third part mainly analyzed the North American Engraving Machine industry; the fourth part mainly analyzed the Europe Engraving Machine industry; the fifth part mainly analyzed the market entry and investment feasibility; the sixth part was the report conclusion chapter.

Students help young ‘techies’ innovate at IIT Bombay

Le 27 July 2015, 03:54 dans Humeurs 0

The institute technical summer projects (ITSP), started by IIT Bombay’s Students’ Technical Activities Body (STAB) to explore the ‘techie’ among freshers, has seen a huge jump in registrations, from 16 projects in its inception year, 2010, to 121 in 2014.

The institute pays for the entire project and it has led to interesting innovations this year such as an intelligent walking stick for the blind that detects obstacles using ultrasonic sensors and generates audio commands to guide the user, a hovercraft which can changing the orientation of its propellers and convert into a helicopter for security surveillance, an all-terrain robot to help researchers, a gesture controlled glove that converts gestures into words for the mute, an ‘invisible’ Braille reader that is portable and helps the visually challenged to read books and a music player controlled by eyes.

The projects will be showcased next month on campus. “The STAB comes under IIT Bombay’s dean of students’ affairs. In April each year, we call for ideas from first year students and the idea is to give them hand-on experience. Instead of freshmen selecting any random project from any random field, this year we encouraged them to decide their interest first and choose the idea from that specific field, be it social or industrial. We saw students developing technologies in healthcare, agricultural, security surveillance and other industrial areas,” said Rahul Prajapat, overall coordinator of IIT Bombay’s STAB.

He said STAB supervises the amount of funding required for the projects and each team is approved Rs 5,000 to Rs 10,000. “There is an initial demonstration in the May and the final demonstration takes place in June, before faculty members, doctorate students and Mtech students.

Further, the prototypes, which have the potential to be converted into marketable products, are reviewed at ‘Technovation’, an innovation programme under STAB, which encourages students to do real life application oriented projects,” said Prajapat. At Technovation, teams get larger amount of support in terms of funding as well as mentorship and infrastructure. A project can receive funding of up to Rs 1 lakh.

Among the ones being manufactured or in their final stages include a campus transport tracking system, which was initiated in 2012 and 20 of them will now be installed inside IIT Bombay’s ‘tum-tum’ campus buses, unmanned aerial vehicles capable of assisting in search and rescue operations during natural disasters, a Braille display for visually impaired people and a low cost CNC laser cutting machine, which are currently imported at high prices with added shipping and customs costs in India, and are used in manufacturing, fashion and textile, plastics, and rubber industries.

Sheet metal business opens on South Canal

Le 24 July 2015, 04:29 dans Humeurs 0

Bonati Bros. Welding & Fabrication is a small family business that expanded in December after it purchased a building on South Canal Street. It bought the building from Pro Cut through the SBA 504 Loan Program offered by CDC New England and operates its precision sheet metal business in 8,000 square feet.

“We moved from Bristol where we were renting a smaller space,” said Jason Bonati who bought the building with his brother, Adam. His father, Gene, also works on site with one full time employee.

“We started in 2005 producing handmade building railings and transitioned to computer controlled machinery that makes high end sheet metal and machined components,” Bonati said.

Clients include manufacturers of custom built machinery, packaging equipment, material handling equipment, and automation equipment. Most of the clients are from Connecticut, with some out of state clients, Bonati said.

“We’re a precision metal job shop, we offer both precision sheet metal work and machining which makes us unique. Most of the parts we make are built from steel, stainless or aluminum,” he said. The company uses a cnc laser cutting machine to fabricate sheet metal parts, while the machining services are performed in one of their cnc milling machines.

The company gets some of the raw materials used to make the high end parts from Yarde Metals in Southington.

Mark DeVoe, Plainville’s director of Planning and Economic Development, said the Bonatis contacted him early last year to discuss the building.

“There was no zoning approval needed, which made it simple,” he said.

“They unlocked the doors, moved in and started fabrication.”

No zoning approval was needed because there was no change of use, but if the company decides to expand it will need zoning approval, Devoe said.
Bonati said expansion is possible. “We’re transitioning into the building and may hire additional employees,” he said.

“We’re pleased to have them here,” DeVoe said.

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