Smart Machine Phase Two Launched

Jan. 1, 2006
Cincinnati Machine (www.cincinnatilamb.com) and its partners announced the launch of the Smart Machine Phase 2 Project. Contracts worth $2.4 million have been awarded by the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS, www.ncms.org) to fund the next phase, which will expand the project’s scope, as well as the number of locations and industrial partners involved in implementing advanced “Smart Machine” manufacturing technology.

Cincinnati Machine will provide overall project coordination and lead the deployment of technology at the project partner sites during the Phase 2 Project.

Established by NCMS in 2004, the Smart Machine Initiative is a collaborative effort between several commercial firms, government agencies and military maintenance facilities to demonstrate the viability of functional Smart Machine applications on a variety of machine tools and special process equipment.

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