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Happy New Year from EWI!

2018 was an exciting year at EWI. We developed game-changing technologies and solutions for industry, and helped many clients realize their goals. In addition, we achieved several successes of our own – from award-winning R&D to collaborative efforts in research standards, government programs, and spinouts – that will benefit manufacturing in the coming year and […]

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Every Day is NUMISHEET at EWI

By Tom Feister Thirteen years ago, I landed my first job out of school at a company that developed software for sheet metal forming simulations.  I did not know anything about sheet metal forming or finite element analysis (FEA) simulation. To get up to speed, I would read through publications from NUMISHEET conferences.  It was […]

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New EWI Guide to the Challenges of Vehicle Electrification

As the demand for electric and hybrid electric vehicles continues to increase, automotive OEMs and suppliers face an array of engineering challenges. Every major system in a car – from battery to wire harness through powertrain – is affected by the transition. Methods of welding, joining, testing, and inspection all must be re-evaluated as newer, […]

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EWI Attending DMC 2018 in Nashville, TN

EWI is pleased to return to the Defense Manufacturing Conference (DMC) taking place December 3-6 at the Music City Center in Nashville, TN. During the technical program, EWI Senior Technology Advisor Larry Brown will present “Cold Spray Development Opportunities and Applications for DOD,” Thursday, December 6 from 1:30-2:00pm. In addition, Mark Norfolk, President of EWI affiliate […]

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EWI Surface Engineering Survey Reveals Need for More R&D

At EWI, we engage with various industries through our broad client base.  We see, first hand, the diversity of challenges faced by manufacturers in all sectors. As a result, our engineering teams have the opportunity to participate in a diversity of technology development projects and provide innovative manufacturing solutions across industry. EWI also works proactively […]

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ASTM International Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence Announces First Round of R&D Projects

ASTM International Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence Announces First Round of R&D Projects Global standards developer ASTM International has announced its first round of funding to support research that will help catalyze the development of needed standards in additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing. This investment of $300,000 and in-kind contributions will help partners […]

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Meet EWI UltraThinSeal™ at Pack Expo in Chicago

EWI first introduced its novel ultrasonic sealing technology at Pack Expo two years ago. This year, attendees can find out about EWI UltraThinSeal™, a new firm that can deliver and deploy the technology right into your plant. Last week, the online magazine MANUFACTURING TOMORROW profiled the EWI spinout company in its pre-Pack Expo coverage. To learn about […]

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How to Reduce Risk and Save Time When Implementing New Production Processes

Accelerating time-to-market is a goal for manufacturers across industries. But not every organization has staff resources with the technical expertise—or time—to make sure that the implementation of their new technologies and processes goes as efficiently as possible. When they don’t have the expertise, they scramble to find someone who does and lose time in the […]

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EWI Technology Leaders to Speak at Upcoming BEVA, ILC Meetings

Two of EWI’s technology specialists will be featured speakers at conferences in September: EWI Senior Technology Advisor Stan Ream will present “Challenges and Constraints in Laser Application Development and Deployment” on Wednesday, September 12 at the Industrial Laser Conference. The event is co-located with the IMTS 2018 conference in Chicago, September 10-15. For more details, […]

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EWI’s Samant discusses impact of AM with The Fabricator  magazine

Additive manufacturing (AM) is the hottest new technology in manufacturing. Over the last 20 years, AM has moved out of the phase of experimentation into the realm of prototyping, and now it is an option for part production. Research and development, often conducted jointly by manufacturers, government, educational institutions, and not-for-profit organizations, has put AM on […]

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