Carotek, Inc., a Matthews, NC, producer of industrial process equipment, recently joined the "Manufacturing Makes It Real" Network as an Associate member.
The "Manufacturing Makes It Real" Network welcomes Railroad Friction Products as a new Associate Member.
"Great Moments in Manufacturing History" -- specifically, five separate March moments that help form the technical foundation of the Internet and wi-fi.
The Chronicle of Higher Education and American Public Media's Marketplace released the results of their survey of employers' experiences hiring recent college graduates; while employers value a college degree, they said that colleges and universities did a poor job of preparing students for the workforce:
In February 2013 the Institute for Emerging Issues put on the 28th annual Emerging Issues Forum, which focused on the topic of manufacturing.
This episode of the "Manufacturing Minute" features trains, in another "Great Moment in Manufacturing History."
The "Manufacturing Makes It Real" Network is proud to welcome Technicon Acoustics, a manufacturer of customized noise reduction and vibration damping for a variety of industries.
The "Manufacturing Makes It Real" Network, a growing association of North Carolina manufacturers, recently welcomed JMC Tool & Machine as a member.
On this episode of the "Manufacturing Minute," we present a report on the first "Manufacturing Makes It Real" Network event of 2013, held in January at the Nomaco plant in Zebulon, NC.
One of the gifts my son received for Christmas was a Play-Doh fun factory.
On this episode of the "Manufacturing Minute," we have a Quality Quote that most of us as consumers are familiar with in one form or another.
Preview of two events this month of interest to North Carolina manufacturers.
Previewing an Emerging Issues Forum session called "The Wisdom of Crowds in Manufacturing."
A couple of weeks ago, we asked what manufacturers might reasonably expect to encounter over the next few years. A couple of folks shared their opinions via Twitter, and on this episode of the "Manufacturing Minute," we examine what they said.
Redress Raleigh is an initiative focused on helping fashion become socially and environmentally aware as well as driving major change in the fashion and textile industry. They posted a nice breakdown on the textiles industry in North Carolina, highlighting the economic benefit of supporting apparel Made in the USA.
At next month's "@Manufacturing Works" Emerging Issues Forum, I will moderate a panel discussion on partnerships between universities and industry and what the Academy can do to help the factory grow.
Company mission statements often resemble dating profiles. They say a lot of things to make themselves look good, but how often do you actually hear stories of companies practicing what they preach?
Some of the speakers lined up for the 2013 Emerging Issues Forum.