Drawing on the combined power, foresight, and expertise of politicians, entrepreneurs, investors, and industry leaders, the Make in India movement hopes to turn the largest democracy in the world into a manufacturing and design hub, sparking new growth and international investment and inspiring confidence in India’s capabilities.
At the beginning of the 21st century, India showed great promise as an emerging market, but by 2013, its growth rate had fallen to the lowest in a decade. Recognizing that part of the problem was government bottlenecks, Prime Minister Nerendra Modi set out to overhaul government policies and procedures to allow businesses more room to thrive. The ultimate goal was a mindset of “minimum government, maximum governance.”
This week, tens of thousands of metalworkers, production managers, and manufacturers from around the world are converging on Düsseldorf, Germany, to kick off METAV 2016, the 19th International Exhibition for Metalworking Technologies, February 23–27. There, they will explore the largest collection and widest range of manufacturing and metalworking technologies ever presented one place, covering aerospace industries, the automotive industry, machine and plant building, medical engineering, optics, power and environmental technologies, precision mechanics, and much more. (more…)
Extrude Hone invented abrasive flow machining (AFM) in 1960, and since then, we have been improving and adapting the process to the shifting needs and regulations of the auto, medical, energy, and aerospace industries. Two changes in particular have helped the AFM process become a critical component in the manufacturing of helicopter engines. (more…)