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Editor's Note 
 
From the depths of the ocean to the depths of space, Canada is bringing large-scale designs to the world stage—including “one of the world’s largest, most powerful icebreakers” and the “largest radio telescope ever built.”
- André Voshart, Editor
 
News 
 
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GALLERY: 3D model of Canada’s massive Polar Icebreaker

With Canada’s current largest icebreaker expected to retire at the end of the decade, the new Polar Icebreaker will be one of the world’s largest, most powerful icebreakers.


MDA Space awarded contract for ‘largest radio telescope ever built’

The Square Kilometre Array Observatory is the most ambitious ground-based astronomy project ever undertaken—which Ontario-based MDA Space claims will be the “largest radio telescope ever built.”


More 3D printing moving beyond prototyping to production: survey

The newly published 3D Printing Trend Report provides a snapshot of the additive manufacturing industry and highlights emerging trends as applications for 3D printing’s continued growth.


Vention, NVIDIA widen access to industrial automation tech

Montreal-based automation company Vention has partnered with NVIDIA to bring industrial automation technology to small and medium manufacturers.


Half of Canadian employees unprepared to use AI: Deloitte

A new Deloitte Canada report shows 80 per cent of Canadian leaders believe the country’s current and future prosperity hinges on effectively addressing global disruptions.


 
 
Sponsored Spotlight 
 
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Products 
 
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Wood-plastic composite slewing ring bearing

Igus has expanded its broad range of PRT slewing rings with the introduction of a new wood-plastic composite bearing. » Read More...

Linear actuators mimic human touch

SMAC Moving Coil Actuators has introduced its new LPL32 linear actuator and LPS30 linear slide actuator, each designed to mimic the touch of human fingers. » Read More...

Rotary ball spline

The NB rotary ball spline can be used for both rotational motion and linear motion—and applications include SCARA robots, the vertical shaft of assembly equipment, automatic tool changers and loaders. » Read More...

Touchless angle sensors

Novotechnik has added the CAN J1939 interface to the RFC4800 Series of touchless angle sensors measuring angular position up to 360 degrees, turn direction, turns, speed and operational status. » Read More...

Belt-driven linear actuator

PBC Linear has expanded its MTB Series of belt-driven linear actuators line with the MTB 105, specifically designed to integrate into multi-axis medium- to large-sized Cartesian Gantry systems. » Read More...

 
Events 
 

FABTECH Canada

June 11-13, 2024
The Toronto Congress Centre
Toronto
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Montreal Manufacturing Technology Show (MMTS)

June 18-20, 2024
Palais des Congrès de Montréal
Montreal
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International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS)

September 9-14, 2024
McCormick Place
Chicago
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Silicone Expo 2024

September 10-12, 2024
The David L. Lawrence Convention Center
Pittsburgh
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