I have been confused lately by contradictory messages coming from people and news sources I pay attention to. On the one hand I hear and read—from knowledgeable sources—that manufacturing in the U. S. is becoming “hollowed out.”
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Boeing Co. today reported a record annual loss of almost $12 billion as it dealt with the 737 Max crisis and a slump in demand for air travel.
The digital manufacturing company unveiled to customers its new e-commerce system for online quoting, design analysis, and ordering.
The COVID-19 pandemic shut down the University of Detroit’s dental education programs in early 2020, and reopening them depended in part on securing adequate supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE) to keep the students safe.
Additive manufacturing company ExOne Co. has been awarded a U.S. Department of Defense contract to develop a fully operational, self-contained 3D printing “factory” housed in a shipping container.
Desktop Metal Inc. and Uniformity Labs, today announced a breakthrough powder that enables aluminum sintering for binder jetting AM technology.
3D Systems said it is collaborating with Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Newport News Shipbuilding division to develop Copper-Nickel (CuNi) and Nickel-Copper (NiCu) alloys for powder bed fusion additive manufacturing.
Mno-Bmadsen has acquired Walerko Tool and Engineering Corp. through its manufacturing investment vehicle Mno-DREK.
In 2020, the ability for manufacturers to rapidly pivot to changing market demands and challenges became critical for success—and in many cases, survival.
Orders for durable goods fell in February on a decline in orders for motor vehicles and parts, the U.S. Commerce Department said today.