Morganton, North Carolina, is one of those places along I-40 that history could have passed by. But automotive supplier Continental is making some of its most advanced braking systems there – and is helping build a workforce for the 21st century.
"Cool things” may snag headlines, but the culture, infrastructure, and philosophy behind creating the cool thing is just as important. From World War II to Silicon Valley, creative teams are leveraging imagination and technology – and it’s paying off.
Industry 6.0 may advance human-technology synergy in medical and bionic enhancements, robotic automation, neo-critical manufacturing, and more. Creating the necessary regulatory and societal frameworks will be essential for these advancements to thrive.
A small decision makes a huge impact. To help a customer out, KERN Precision swapped out an existing micro milling machine after delivery of a new unit and donated it to Laney College – increasing their applicant pool of talented machinists.
Art and engineering, Robot retires to do what it loves, Projects for standards in measurement, US air force offers am experience for students.
Our organizations need continuity, things that are fundamental. But they also need to understand that the way things have always been done is likely not the way forward.
Meet a few of the many young women who are moving on from dated stereotypes and moving up in the manufacturing industry.
Meta manufacturing. Modest comeback in factory jobs. 5G-enabled students. Augmented reality isn’t dead yet. Bing is back.
The Travis High School Robotics Club won Project MFG's inaugural Additive Manufacturing Competition. Held in collaboration with the Austin Center for Manufacturing and Innovation, competitors created a grappling/end-effector for use in a lifesaving event.
Networking in 2023 is more than business cards and handshakes. Digital tools combined with a clever on-site strategy can streamline our connections and create more openings for opportunities.