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Oil, gas production ramping up in the Gulf: Here's why

KHOU Mar 1, 2016
Wednesday, March 2, 2016

The U.S. government will open nearly 45 million acres in the Gulf of Mexico to oil and natural gas development later this month, at a time when low prices are forcing producers to cut back sharply on their exploration budgets.

But the industry’s troubles have had little impact so far on oil output in the region. In fact, unlike onshore production, which has been tapering off as oil prices decline, Gulf of Mexico production is on its way to setting a record in 2017.

“Production in the (Gulf of Mexico) is less sensitive than onshore production in the Lower 48 states to short-term . . .

Boosting Productivity Today with Tomorrow's Technologies

Jill Jusko Feb 29, 2016
Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Big data. The Internet of Things. Smart devices. Advanced robotics. The manufacturing world is abuzz with the promises of increased productivity, better information and improved margins at the metaphorical hands of these technological advances. However, two things often are missing from these conversations, and one is the element of time. While much of the conversation is about the future benefits of these technologies, the truth is the future is now, at least in part. Manufacturers are ...

Quick and Easy Backup of your Haas CNC Programs – Haas Automation Tip of the Day

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Watch this video to see how easy it is to create an entire backup of your Haas machine tool memory. This includes programs, offsets, macro variables, parameters, setting, advanced tool management, tool positions for side-mount toolchanger (SMTC), and settings.

Why Mercedes Is Halting Robots' Reign on the Production Line Bloomberg Feb 25,2016
Friday, February 26, 2016

Mercedes-Benz offers the S-Class sedan with a growing array of options such as carbon-fiber trim, heated and cooled cup holders and four types of caps for the tire valves, and the carmaker’s robots can’t keep up.

With customization key to wooing modern consumers, the flexibility and dexterity of human workers is reclaiming space on Mercedes’s assembly lines. That bucks a trend that has given machines the upper hand over manpower since legendary U.S. railroad worker John Henry died trying to best a motorized hammer more than a century ago.

“Robots can’t deal with the degree of i . . .

Manufacturing Footprint Is Much Larger Than Perceived MH&L Staff Feb 25, 2016
Friday, February 26, 2016

Two measures commonly used by the government to quantify manufacturing’s overall footprint significantly underestimate the impact of the factory sector, according to a new report by. MAPI Foundation Chief Economist Dan Meckstroth.

While official statistics state that manufacturing’s proportion of U.S. GDP stands at about 11%, this new research, which uses of national input–output tables by Interindustry Forecasting at the University of Maryland, reveals that manufacturing actually accounts for about one-third of GDP, three times the impact that a simplistic analysis of the data sugges . . .

Haas Tip of the Day

Episode 08 - Easily keep track of your parts using the Haas M30 counters
Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Watch this video to learn how-to customize your Haas home screen to keep track of valuable data during your run cycle.

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