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Midwest Manufacturers — Make Do, Can Do, Will Do

November 17, 2020 By: Mark Schmit As a proud son of the Midwest (yes, my family does exchange holiday cheese, and yes, it’s delicious, we have no regrets), I was particularly interested in the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Manufacturing […]

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Manufacturers Share Views on Leadership from the Pandemic Shop Floor

Manufacturers Share Views on Leadership from the Pandemic Shop Floor
As a kid I used to be confused by the so-called curse, “May you live in interesting times.” Wouldn’t interesting times be … good?

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The Emergence of Digital Manufacturing

Digital manufacturing is not a new concept but is continuing to evolve. From robotics, additive manufacturing and augmented reality to big data, simulation and cybersecurity, technologies can be found in manufacturing facilities across the country.

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Supplier Scouting Provides Solutions

Supplier Scouting Provides Solutions
Small businesses are the backbone of the U.S.

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Are the Days of the Standard Industrial Robot Numbered?

Posted by Craig Tomita Absolutely not. Industrial robots do what they are designed to do extremely well. High speed, high repeatability, heavy payloads, and more  There are many reasons why industrial robots are here to stay. True they are dangerous which […]

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If You Connect It, Protect It!

October 6, 2020 By: Zane Patalive Meet Humphrey Humphrey is a gray squirrel that a friend of mine rescued as an abandoned baby squirrel. For weeks, my friend and his family nursed the young creature by hand. While Humphrey was growing, […]

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Suspicious Minds: Non-Technical Signs Your Business Might Have Been Hacked

October 13, 2020 By: Pat Toth I grew up in the outer suburbs of New York City. My dad commuted to the city for work, as did most of our neighbors, but as kids we rarely went into the city. An […]

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COVID-19 to Cause Drastic Shifts in Supply Chain Management, Research Finds

Foley report shows shift away from China and just-in-time manufacturing models Manufacturing executives expect their supply chains to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic looking very different, according to a new survey conducted by Milwaukee-based law firm Foley & Lardner LLP. […]

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Manufacturing Automation and the COVID-19 Recession

For manufacturing to adapt and survive in the aftermath of COVID-19, manufacturing automation may be one of the key assets.

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Manufacturing Day – Its Genesis and Evolution

Manufacturing Day (MFG Day) has become a nationwide phenomenon. MFG Day is held annually on the first Friday in October. Many events continue throughout the entire month. The purpose of MFG Day is to show the reality of modern manufacturing careers by encouraging thousands of companies and educational institutions around the nation to open their doors to students, parents, teachers and community leaders. Each year thousands of manufacturers open their doors to give a glimpse at what today’s manufacturing really looks like and inspire the next generation of skilled workers.

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