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ERP: The One Big Thing?

Participants in this year’s Top Shops benchmarking survey offer feedback to our open-ended “silver bullet” question.

2014 Autodesk Inventor of the Year is Gear Manufacturer in Indiana

Once a year, members from the Autodesk Manufacturing Community choose among the past year's monthly “Inventing the Future” honorees to select an Autodesk Inventor of the Year. The 2014 winner was recently announced and it is ITAMCO, a custom gear ma...

Webinar: Choosing an ERP System

ERP helps manufacturers address common pressures and realize best-in-class capabilities. A recorded presentation describes how to select an ERP system.

Dollars and Sense

Not every streamlining project requires huge modifications to your production line. Sometimes taking a close look at how basic tasks are currently being performed can lead to simple, cost-effective improvements.

Surprises from Machine Monitoring

When Mazak implemented an MTConnect-enabled machine monitoring system at its machine-tool factory in Florence, Kentucky, the data yielded some surprising results when analyzed. Read about what was discovered here.

Experiences with ERP

Job shops reach a point in their growth when they need to face the issue of information management. Here are links to 10 shops’ experiences with enterprise resource planning software.

Software Simplifies ISO Certification

Learn how one manufacturer leveraged its shop management software platform to streamline its ISO certification process.

Tying It All Together

Like links in a chain, each component of a workcell can only be effective when the entire system works together well.

Video: On-Site Manufacturing in the Future

A team of students in Finland produced this video of their vision of how parts may be produced in the future. This entry won Fastems’ conceptual design competition held in honor of the company’s 30 years of building flexible manufacturing systems.

Competition and Technology Drive the Pace of Manufacturing

IMTSTV's Penny Brown recently spoke with Steve Fritzinger, from NetApp, about competition and technology driving the manufacturing industry's pace and why companies must adapt to this change if they want to survive.

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