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Video: Who Is to Blame?

Answer: Maybe we all are or maybe no one is.


Funding Training is Worth the Risk

What if an employee receiving paid training from an employer takes that training and goes to a different company?


Student Summit Returns for IMTS 2014

Students, educators and parents can get a firsthand look at advanced technologies and learn more about manufacturing careers at the Smartforce Student Summit.


Students Cast for a Better Understanding of Part Processing

How manufacturing processes are interrelated is an important lesson for students pursuing their preparation for careers in manufacturing engineering. One school teaches this vital connection by linking the quality of CNC programming with parts cast ...


A 3D Printer in Every School

Inspired by a remark from the President’s State of the Union address, MakerBot and its partners aim to put a 3D printer in every school in the United States.


Another School “Real Shop” Example

Learn about a manufacturing education program that functions as a student-run machining business.


Successful Open House for Cardinal Manufacturing

Cardinal Manufacturing, a high school manufacturing program, raised more than $10,000 in a recent open house.


High School Offers All-Female Engineering Class

Kewaskum High School in Kewaskum, Wisconsin has launched the state’s first all-female engineering class. Currently there are 17 female students taking the class.


Attracting the Next Generation while Keeping the Current One Satisfied

Sodick’s recent Smart Technology event showcased new machines as well as screen options designed to attract the next generation.


Machinists Star in Web Series

A new web series from Hurco features real machinists at work. Its goal is to interest young people in manufacturing and machining careers.


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