BRISBANE, Australia – A couple of bright ideas from Australian scientists are expected to improve the safety and efficiency of automobile manufacture worldwide. The first is WeldPrint, a new device that can identify and categorize welding faults non-invasively, in real time, so vehicle makers know the exact standard of every weld set on a production line. Developed by Welding Technology Innovations (WTi) and the University of Sydney, the patented algorithms in WeldPrint log data and ...

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