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The Job Shop’s Other Website

A machining business typically has a website to promote itself to prospective customers. But how do you market to prospective employees?


Advanced Metrology on Tour

A series of user group seminars and micro-shows this spring and summer will allow visitors to see and interact with the latest measurement and quality control technology.


Robot Mayhem Returns to Indy

Indianapolis will once again host mayhem in the ring when student-designed robot gladiators collide at the 2013 National Robotics League (NRL) Championships.


Can You Set Yourself up for Good Luck?

It’s possible to position yourself for encountering good luck more frequently.


Mold Shop Cures the “Curse of Knowledge”

How do you transfer knowledge from skilled employees to apprentices? Here’s how one shop did it using a Facebook-like sharing system.


Device for Manufacturing Students was Made by Manufacturing Students

An online, game-like welding simulator helps students get a hands-on look at a career in welding. The interesting thing about this simulator is that student manufacturers helped make the device.


Control Maker Certifies Education Institutions

FANUC FA America is now offering a Certified Education CNC Training Program.


Video: Student Outreach at IMTS

The Nightly Business Report visits IMTS to show how businesses are reaching out to future manufacturers.


Rethinking Safety Incentives

Judy Agnew and Aubrey Daniels critique common safety practices and give advice for improvement.


Expanding Without Adding Staff

This news story is perhaps a sign of the times. This manufacturer expanded the size and capacity of its facility, but struggled to expand its workforce.


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