Episode 106: Elissa fills us in on NASA’s robo bees and upcoming travel. Ben says NASA’s testing 3D printed rocket nozzles made out of aluminium. Steve was recently quoted as a professional. Elissa closes with Amazon’s new robot workers.
Episode 105: The Tech Frends kicks things off with a discussion on design for maintenance! Steve also announces that robot tooling is en route to the testbed cobot. Elissa shares how AI is used to decipher ancient texts. Benjamin closes with generative AI.
Episode 104: Steve kicks things off with a debriefing of MTForcast. Elissa shares about 3D-printed organs. Stephen gets excited over robot vision for QA/QC in the automotive industry. Benjamin closes with the latest innovations in metal manufacturing!
Episode 103: Steve starts with some corrections and clarifications from the previous episode, announces the testbed has a new cobot, and the LEGO is continuing their efforts for oil-free bricks.
Episode 102: Ben and Steve share stories and takeaways from recent travel, including Oak Ridge National Lab, FABTECH, and the Outer Banks. Benjamin shares NVIDIA’s take on the impact of generative AI in robotics ...
Episode 101: Ben and Steve discuss the precision and accuracy of “just eyeballin’ it” and torque wrench etiquette. Benjamin gets in-depth on cold spray additive manufacturing.
Episode 100: Ramia and Elissa introduce the 100th episode! Ben and Steve discuss the podcast journey and declare their love for AI. Benjamin says there’s a lot the robotics industry can learn from the AV industry.
Episode 99: Ben and Steve share their adventures in home improvement and find their results illuminating. Benjamin reports that some additive parts made by Pratt & Whitney are under the spotlight.
Episode 98: Ben and Steve discuss the significance of EVs in motorsports. Benjamin found something about a study on consumer packaged goods. Stephen says some comedians are suing AI. Ben reports that Australia is embracing AM more than ever.
Episode 97: Ben gets nerdy about tax code. Steve fell into an Inconel rabbit hole and says testbed content is in the works. Benjamin reports industrial automation and robotics is becoming more affordable and accessible. Still, Stephen is afraid it isn’t.