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It’s no secret that manufacturers are struggling to fill open jobs with skilled workers. But that doesn’t mean they can’t get the job done; it just may require some ingenuity, strategic planning, advanced tech and strong partnerships. Several feature articles in the May issue of Manufacturing Engineering highlight how industry leaders are rethinking their operations and employing successful solutions. This includes an in-depth look at the latest automation trends, employing the latest ceramic cutting tools, lasers and control technologies, and creative approaches on how to reward and empower employees. Meanwhile, our Voices AMplified series profiles two innovators in additive manufacturing. And, as a special bonus, check out our Tooling and Workholding supplement.
Learn more about these and other manufacturing issues in the May issue of Manufacturing Engineering. Enjoy!
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The majority of U.S. manufacturers are small and mid-sized manufacturers (SMMs), employing less than 500 employees. In fact, 75% have fewer than 20 employees. While the needs of SMMs can vary from their much larger counterparts, many face the same struggles related to talent acquisition, technology investment decisions, supply chain stability, and digitalization. In this issue, we tackle some common pain points faced by SMMs and offer proven, scalable solutions to help them compete and succeed.
We hope you enjoy the April issue of Smart Manufacturing.