Jonathan Smoke, chief economist of Cox Automotive, talks to Senior Editor Bill Koenig about what’s happening in the auto industry going into 2018.
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At the RAPID + TCT conference in Texas, Brian McLean, director of rapid prototype at Laika Entertainment, explains what led to his being awarded a Scientific and Engineering Oscar Plaque in 2016
Half a dozen years ago American Makes was launched as the first institute of Manufacturing USA, the National Network for Manufacturing Innovation, a national network for manufacturing innovation
Pete Rogers, a vice president of Acieta, discusses an impending “welding labor crisis” of a shortage of skilled welders.
Chris Cagle of the South Bay Workforce Investment Board in Hawthorne, Calif., explains what his organization does, how the apprenticeship program works, and why such programs are so important.
Wade Anderson, product specialist manager at Okuma America Corp., talks about his company’s line of machine tools as well as the issues job shops should consider for automating their operations.
In this episode, Alan Rooks, editor in chief of Manufacturing Engineering magazine talks with Mark Scherler, general manager of FANUC America about the latest FANUC robot technologies for welding
Sanjay Thakore, business strategy manager for Autodesk, talks with Candace Roulo, managing editor, about how the cloud brings data, people and machines together, and the challenges often seen in
Steve Baier, national sales manager of Haimer USA, talks about Industry 4.0 issues that job shops should consider. He spoke during at the 2018 edition of IMTS in Chicago.
Jody Hall, vice president-automotive market for the Steel Market Development Institute, talks to Senior Editor Bill Koenig at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.