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BOG – In this article by Tim Ferry for TOPICS, he describes how Taiwan is looking to change the focus of its tech industry, from supply chain of IT hardware, to a more IoT oriented industry. This way it could maintain its competitiveness and wouldn’t be so vulnerable to global economical crisis.
How far does the design freedom of additive manufacturing go? We typically think of this in terms of geometric freedom, with additive making it easy to grow components with complex external and internal forms. Then there is material freedom, as additive makes it practical to work with certain metals that would be difficult to use any other way.
TAICHUNG, TAIWAN—The factory floor of Dah Lih machinery in Taichung, Taiwan is massive, clean and busy, with metalworking, assembly and inspection of machine tool components. Most of the workers are in the company uniform of a button-down short-sleeve shirt with the company logo. Most, but not all. One is intently hand-scraping the guideways of a five-axis machining center and wearing a white t-shirt with rolled-up sleeves. In this area of the factory are a few others, similarly attired and also doing the all-important work of hand-scraping hard, flat metal surfaces.
TAIPEI, Taiwan — According to survey of the Industrial Economics and Knowledge Center (IEK), the business opportunity of Internet of Things (IoT) lies in healthcare, smart management and smart manufacturing. The center said that these three domains drive the associate IoT platforms, Asus and Advantech are two local big names in the field.
For those who love it, coffee isn’t just nice jolt of caffeine — it’s a necessary day-starter. Coffee culture is deeply related to café culture, but the two are actually entirely different entities that operate separately. There are cities like Paris that …
TAIPEI — Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海) moved up one notch to 31st on the 2015 Fortune 500 list of the largest companies in the world, while three other Taiwanese enterprises reentered the rankings this year.
In total, eight …
Conheça as empresas de Taiwan presentes na FEIMAFE 2015
Tanto dentro quanto fora do Pavilhão de Taiwan, companhias apresentam experiência, qualidade e parcerias com grandes marcas mundiais de diversos setores
As empresas de máquinas …
The FFG Machine Tools Division is aiming to ramp up production over the next seven years.
News Item From: 4/6/2015 Modern Machine Shop, Edited by Stephanie Monsanty , Assistant Editor
The Fair Friend Group (FFG) Machine Tools Division has set …
Over the past sixty years or so, the different industries in Taiwan have dramatically evolved, from more labor-intensive to more technology- and capital-driven. For its part, the government has promoted the development of strategic industries, which are characterized by high …
Taipei, November 11, 2014: Taiwan’s flagship show TIMTOS (Taipei Int’l Machine Tool Show) is on the up-and-up as it consolidates its lead on JIMTOF (the Japan Int’l Machine Tool Fair) as Asia’s second largest machine-tool show. Taiwan’s flagship tool expo is project to smash a full slate of its own records by attracting a huge turnout of domestic and international buyers. Already 1,000 companies from 17 countries have signed on for TIMTOS to use 5,400 booths – a record number in this biennial exhibition’s history.
The 2015 TIMTOS is co-organized by TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council) and TAMI (Taiwan Association of Machinery Industry) and unfolds March 3rd to 8th. Its 100,000 sq. meter venue blankets every inch of space at the NANGANG Exhibition Hall, TWTC Halls 1 & 3, and – starting this year, at Yuanshan EXPO Dome.