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Those who visit DMC may notice our ever-changing "Quote Board."  This is where we document the most infamous utterances of the moment.


Farewell Kingsbury

This past Friday (April 29th), we started and......several hours later....finished our move from 1333 Kingsbury to 2222 Elston. It was pretty crazy as we (and a team of movers) dismantled the place and hauled everything to the new building. I took a ...


Robot Dancing - Teaching Robots to Heal

When, besides in children’s cartoons (and my Christmas blogs), do you ever get to see robots dancing? At the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry! This past week I had another opportunity to check out cutting edge robotics at the museum. T...


Those who visit DMC may notice our ever-changing "Quote Board."  This is where we document the most infamous utterances of the moment.  For those who aren't able to keep updated on our quotes in-person we will be sho...


Team DMC: Shamrock Shuffle 2011

As many of our friends and acquaintances may already know, DMC has a long standing tradition of competing together in athletic endeavors. Shamrock Shuffle is one of those endeavors and one that personally means a lot to me. When I started a...


Employee Spotlight: Nick Shea

Nick Shea, Project Engineer What is the most interesting project you have worked on at DMC? I worked on a large factory level startup in China for several months. The technical challenges, cultural challenges, and linguistic challenges made it ...


DMC's Newsletter Celebrates One-Year Anniversary

Last month, the DMC Monthly Update celebrated its first anniversary. It's been our pleasure to bring you DMC news and insight in our Monthly Update for the past year.  We've found the newsletter to be a fun way to communicate recent comp...


Those who visit DMC may notice our ever-changing "Quote Board."  This is where we document the most infamous utterances of the moment.  For those who aren't able to keep updated on our quotes in-person we will be sho...


First Annual DMC Ski Trip

Recently, six DMC engineers and two significant others took a three-day weekend to hit the slopes in Breckenridge, CO. We left on Thursday afternoon, and were at Denver International Airport early in the evening. A quick grocery run and drive up the ...


Robots vs. Humans Soccer - Teaching Robots to Learn

Anyone who has frequented my blog entries knows that I am one of the biggest robot-enthusiasts at DMC. That's why I was so excited to get a chance to attend a lecture at the Museum of Science and Industry given recently by Dr. Minoru Asada, a top...


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