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We have been following Cardinal Manufacturing for a few years now. We've featured them in print, online, at trade events and in videos. This innovative high school vocational manufacturing program is still growing! I recently caught up with founder ...
Honoring a Leading Woman in Manufacturing
Last week I blogged about Jim Hommer, Sr., who was honored with the Technology and Manufacturing Association’s Winzeler Award at its Annual Meeting earlier this month. Today I’m going to tell you about the second of three honorees from that event: F...
Finding Your Roots... In Manufacturing
Have you ever wondered where your drive to become “a maker” stems from?
Figuring Out What Makes Millennials Tick Means Learning How to See Them Differently
A millennial’s take on why maybe it’s time to step back and examine how we talk about the next generation of manufacturers.
Make a Local Connection, See Innovations and Test Your Leadership Cadence
Looking for a way to treat your mold manufacturing team to an evening of fun, all the while having the chance to view new products and services, network with colleagues and help a great industry cause?
Wowing the Crowd with Welding
MMT's "Under the Scope" columnist Eric Hild wowed a crowd of students with welding technology at a local career night.
Seeing the Industry with a New Perspective
Last week I attended Plastec West in Anaheim, California (what a nice break from frigid temps in Chicago!). It was my first trade show as senior editor of MoldMaking Technology versus attending as a public relations manager for plastics industry sup...
Infographic: Careers in Welding
An illustration summarizes the work, compensation and opportunities in this field. Those opportunities sometimes involve travel and increasingly involve automation.
Honoring Apprentices Builds Morale, Pride in Moldmaking
Last night I had the pleasure to attend the American Mold Builders Association (AMBA) Chicago Chapter dinner meeting, during which six young apprentices were honored by the mold shops that employ them via a nomination, submitted by their supervisors...
Need Workers? Check Out This Qualified Source
In 2015, NIMS issued 21,420 industry-recognized credentials, resulting in a 20% increase in credentials issued in the United States from 2014.