Manufacturing Day 2013 brought over 35,000 people to learn about modern manufacturing at 834 events in 48 states.
How much thought have you given to cyber security threats and the risk to your business?
The IES Executive Director's perspective on Manufacturing Day 2013.
This special extended episode of the "Manufacturing Minute" examines the "kP" rule for minimizing the cost of inspection of incoming parts and supplies.
Several members of the "Manufacturing Makes It Real" Network were included in this month's issue of Business North Carolina magazine.
Examining a quote by Japanese quality expert Masaaki Imai, author of Kaizen: The Key to Japan's Competitive Success.
Any company, big or small, can pursue operational excellence.
A brief report from the first session of the NC Commerce Secretary's "listening tour."
It is no secret that manufacturing job opportunities have been growing recently ....
Offering a contrary view on Innovation -- or a cautionary one, depending on your perspective.
Seventh (and probably last) installment of our series that asked, "Will 3D printing doom manufacturing, or save it?"
This bonus episode of the "Manufacturing Minute" is a "public service announcement" about Manufacturing Day.
Manufacturing Day is October 4, 2013, and there's still time for you to get involved!
Considering two ways that 3D printing and other additive manufacturing techniques may help save manufacturing.
The "Manufacturing Makes It Real" Network is pleased to welcome R & R Powder Coating, Inc. as a new Associate Member.
Manufacturing Day is an opportunity for you to open your doors to the workers of tomorrow and show them that that manufacturing is different from grandfather’s era.
In 1798, Eli Whitney signed a contract with the U.S. Government that marked one of the seminal moments in U.S. industrial history.
In this episode of the "Manufacturing Minute" -- the fifth in our series, Will 3D Printing Doom Manufacturing, or Save It? -- we consider the issue of liability with respect to 3D-printed items.