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“All indications are that the service sector will slip into recession in 2023, but we expect positive production trends continuing in the aerospace, defense, agriculture, and energy sectors.” This one of many insights that key manufacturing executives shared with us in our 2023 Industry Outlook in the January-February issue of Manufacturing Engineering. Most experts are bracing for the potential of a recession early in the year, but they predict it will be fairly mild and short-lived. Leading the list of key challenges is the ongoing labor shortage, which could be further exasperated with recent reshoring initiatives. In other feature stories, we take an in-depth look at innovations in materials, cutting tool coatings, multi-axis machining, and manufacturing safety.
We hope you enjoy the January-February issue of Manufacturing Engineering.
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Understanding the real impact of artificial intelligence in U.S. manufacturing is critical. In this month’s issue we examine use cases of smart digital strategies that move the needle. Other highlights include a fresh look at sustainable manufacturing, as well as what’s new in event-based vision systems that blend technology and biology to increase efficiency, quality, and productivity across manufacturing. Rounding out the issue are spotlights on workforce development topics and a profile on AFFOA, which is truly transforming the fabric of Manufacturing USA.
We hope you find the December issue of Smart Manufacturing useful and insightful.