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This issue of Manufacturing Engineering examines the latest trends, challenges and opportunities. In “Making Logistics Likeable,” Kip Hanson details one of the most talked-about issues in the industry: supply chain management. Other features address the growing importance of job shop marketing and succession planning, while another one bottom lines the impact of new machine tool technology on maintenance. And our Advanced Manufacturing Now series highlights a trio of innovative solutions concerning semiconductor chip production, reshoring and advanced rotary grinders. We also preview SME’s upcoming WESTEC and AeroDef shows in California. We hope to see you there in November. In the meantime, enjoy the issue and have a safe and productive manufacturing month!
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The October issue of Smart Manufacturing shines a light on trailblazers paving the way for new approaches to solve problems, address the skills gap, create career paths and tackle urgent challenges. Each article makes a case for why greater diversity in ideas, voices and backgrounds will make U.S. manufacturing more resilient and competitive. From women leading the way in additive manufacturing to the untapped superpower of neurodiverse talent, we provide guidance to create cultures that embrace more inclusive hiring, training and retention strategies. We also celebrate Chuck Hull and Joe Beaman, two pioneers who have made it possible for U.S. manufacturing to compete and succeed.