MIN LAB Opening Ceremony (September 11, 2016)
MIN LAB Opening Ceremony (September 11, 2016)The University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Engineering is the new home of a unique machine that is capable of 3D milling precise to one nanometer. The machine, called the ROBONANO α-0iB, is the first of its kind in North America, and it brings extremely advanced technological capabilities that could represent the future of advanced manufacturing.
- A Simplified Machine-Tool Power-Consumption Measurement Procedure and Methodology for Estimating Total Energy ConsumptionMachinability Study of Single-Crystal Sapphire in a Ball- End Milling Process
- From Design for Manufacturing (DFM) to Manufacturing for Design (MFD) via Hybrid Manufacturing and Smart Factory: A Review and Perspective of Paradigm Shift
- Development of an Energy Consumption Monitoring Procedure for Machine Tools
- Micro Cutting of Ferrous Materials Using Diamond Tool under Ionized Coolant with Carbon Particles