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U.S. Reshoring Surges as China’s Exports to the U.S. Plunge

U.S. reshoring flourishes amidst China's economic downturn and decreasing exports, driving a geopolitical trade shift. Insights reveal economic trends, industrial policy, and future projections.

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By Conchi ArangurenMay 24, 2024

Numerous investments and initiatives in Europe’s railway industry will sustain production for years to come. Spain’s automotive industry and the U.K.’s nuclear power sector see significant developments. For more industry intel and other tidbits, read on.

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By Stephen LaMarcaMay 24, 2024

Biorobotic hand can touch and feel. 0.000000952 seconds. Explosive design and manufacturing optimization. In keeping with the explosive theme... The difference between AI and AGI.

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By Harry MoserMay 22, 2024

Manufacturers face a shortage of 3.8 million workers by 2033, costing $1 trillion in 2030. This skills crisis necessitates rethinking education and workforce alignment and shifting toward skills-based hiring and diverse talent pools for future success.

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By Amber ThomasMay 21, 2024

Recently, the Biden Administration announced several science and technology initiatives centered on key digital technologies and manufacturing. Get the latest updates on how digital twin, AI, semiconductor manufacturing, and EV production will be affected.

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By Christopher ChidzikMay 20, 2024

March 2024 U.S. cutting tool consumption totaled $212.4 million, according to USCTI and AMT. This total, reported by the Cutting Tool Market Report, was down 1.1% from February’s $214.6 million and down 5.8% from the $225.6 million reported in March 2023.

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By Benjamin MosesMay 18, 2024

Episode 117: Speaking of amusement parks last episode, the tech friends will be at MFG in Orlando this year for a live podcast! Ben gets into machine learning for robots. Elissa shares a new found excitement for robot vision ad object recognition.

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By Stephen LaMarcaMay 17, 2024

NASA's new superalloy. Manufacturing USA 2023 report. The CIA's SpookGPT. Chuck or lightweight flywheel? LLM hallucinations.

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By Kathy Keyes WebsterMay 15, 2024

Kevin Bowers brings decades of technical and research experience to his new role as AMT Vice President of Research.

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By Fred QianMay 14, 2024

China's slow recovery is marked by optimism and investments in various industries, particularly automotive, as electric vehicles outsold traditional combustion engine vehicles for the first time in April. For more industry intel and other tidbits, read on.

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By Kathy Keyes WebsterMay 14, 2024

Through his immense contributions to the manufacturing industry — and the people leading it — Ralph H. Hegman becomes the 11th winner of this prestigious award.

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