AMT - The Association For Manufacturing Technology

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September Orders See Monthly Growth, But Lag Behind 2014
Though statistics point to a market softening as we move into 2016, there are reasons to be optimistic, says AMT – The Association For Manufacturing Technology.

AMT, CECIMO Issue Joint Statement on TTIP
The two associations support plans that would promote regulatory convergence between the U.S. and EU’s differing legal and policy approaches to manufacturing standards.

Cyber Security for Machine Shops and Manufacturers
Cyber security is now a major issue for manufacturers. Here's a handy list of guides, software and training centers offered by key U.S. government agencies to help companies lower the risk of cyber threats.

U.S. Cutting Tool Consumption Down from Last Year, Reports USCTI, AMT
Tool consumption, according to the CTMR survey, is up 9 percent from May 2015 but down 1 percent compared to the same time last year.

AMT, USCTI Report Increase in U.S. Cutting Tool Consumption
The March total is up from February 2015 and slightly higher than the same total in March 2014.

USMTO Reports Increase in March Manufacturing Technology Orders
While the March 2015 numbers were up from February, the year-to-date total by March was down when compared to last year.

MTConnect Institute Announces Student Challenge
It's a competition designed to encourage college students to come up with ideas and applications for improving manufacturing with the MTConnect standard. The aim is to build awareness of advanced manufacturing technologies among college students, as well as lead to innovations that help manufacturers, especially those serving the defense industry.

U.S. Cutting Tool Consumption up 7.2 Percent in December
The strength of the automotive industry and backlog of aerospace orders likely influenced consumption.

Diving into Innovation
Attendees at the recent MFG Meeting in Orlando had an opportunity to immerse themselves in the most important aspects of innovation as force for revitalizing the manufacturing industry.

Manufacturing Technology Orders up 3.1 Percent in 2014
Momentum shown in the USMTO report is fueling optimism for 2015.

AMT Announces International Staff Promotions
Two new directors will oversee the Asia/Pacific and Latin America regions.

AMT Names VP of Manufacturing Technology
The new vice president took office January 1.

Manufacturing Technology Orders Dipped in November 2014
Despite the monthly decrease, the YTD total was up compared to 2013.

November 2014 U.S. Cutting Tool Consumption Down
Cutting tool consumption in November dropped compared to October’s high sales.

Manufacturing Technology Orders Down in July
Orders dropped by nearly 12 percent from June, but there is reason for optimism in the months following IMTS 2014.

U.S. Cutting Tool Consumption Down 1.1 Percent in July
Despite the decrease, consumption has remained strong for six consecutive months.

International Additive Manufacturing Award Announced
The first award winner will be announced at the MFG Meeting in March 2015.

CCPIT Machinery Named Exclusive IMTS Sales Agent in China
Peter Eelman, Vice President – Exhibitions and Communications (left) and Sun Xitian, Chairman of CCPIT Machinery made a formal announcement at IMTS yesterday that CCIPT Machinery will be the exclusive IMTS sales agent in China.

USMTO Reports Rise in June Manufacturing Technology Orders
While down compared to the same time last year, June’s order total was up by 12.6 percent from May.

IMTS Student Summit to Host Former Astronaut
Representing Sally Ride Science, former astronaut Wendy Lawrence will address students about STEM careers.