Main Features

  • India-Italy: HAND IN HAND INTO THE FUTURE

    India-Italy: HAND IN HAND INTO THE FUTURE

    India and Italy are taking note of each other’s strengths and realizing the opportunities that lay in strengthening the bilateral trade between the two nations. An account of how far the duo have got in this endeavor towards progress and what’s the plan ahead…


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  • Leading by Example

    Leading by Example

    As the recently appointed Director of Central Manufacturing Technology Institute (CMTI), an autonomous R&D Institute under Department of Heavy Industry, Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises, Dr Nagahanumaiah has some plans laid out to take the institute up a notch. The new leader shares them and his take on the machine tools industry in this earnest interview with the team MMI.


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Special Features

  • The Game Changer in Manufacturing

    The Game Changer in Manufacturing

    Emerging as a transformative technology, Augmented Reality (AR) is all set to revolutionize manufacturing processes. Among its rapidly evolving applications, it’s interesting to know about FARO’s integrated solution Visual Inspect where AR is leveraged for quality inspection.


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  • Towards Improved Productivity

    Towards Improved Productivity

    With the view to help Indian companies improve productivity and achieve competitive advantage in the current turbulent environment, Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association (IMTMA) is organizing the 12th edition of National Productivity Summit 2018 on August 24-25, 2018 at ITC Grand Chola, Chennai.


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Foreword

  • Automotive Industry Growth to Fuel Machine Tool Industry Growth

    Automotive Industry Growth to Fuel Machine Tool Industry Growth

    Industrial inventions are key at igniting economic growth of a country. Technology plays an important role in this. Technological innovations fostered through greater use of artificial intelligence, robotics, internet of things and data-based networks in economical and sociological applications, and the tilt towards green industries will redefine the functioning of manufacturing industry in future.


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Publisher's Note

  • PUBLISHER’S NOTE

    PUBLISHER’S NOTE

    Technologies of today are sure to become obsolete tomorrow. Change is inevitable. To sustain itself in business and make the best of it, manufacturing industry needs to keep innovating continuously. This will enable it to stay relevant in the face of rising competition. Customer aspirations and demands being in constant flux also pose a challenge to the industry. To overcome that, the industry has to have a clarity on their needs to offer them the right products and choices.


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