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First manufacturing class getting good marks in Cleveland County, North Carolina
First manufacturing class getting good marks in Cleveland County, North Carolina
High school students are taking their future into their own hands by working with them.
Manufacturing companies looking to schools for more workers
Manufacturing companies looking to schools for more workers
Manufacturing companies all over the state have open positions and can't find qualified workers to fill them. These jobs require specialized training because the new world of manufacturing requires more technology-based skills. So companies are finding...
Metal laser cutting and welding provider Tie Down acquires MaxQ Technology
Metal laser cutting and welding provider Tie Down acquires MaxQ Technology
Looking to improve upon its production capacity and facilitate further technological developments in its metalworking capabilities, Tie Down has acquired MaxQ Technology, which develops friction stir-welded coldplates and cooling products for power con...
Combining additive and subtractive manufacturing with ultrasonics
Combining additive and subtractive manufacturing with ultrasonics
Ultrasonics are a well understood technology in manufacturing, with projection welding, stud welding and there are multiple applications for ultrasonics in both polymer and metallic systems. But what about additive manufacturing?
A life-changing job: After 38 years, Bower steps away from PHCC
A life-changing job: After 38 years, Bower steps away from PHCC
The welding program at Patrick Henry Community College in Martinsville, Virginia, looks a little different this semester - not because of the building, the course structure or even the students.
New study: Yes, the robots are taking U.S. jobs
New study: Yes, the robots are taking U.S. jobs
Robots are taking our jobs, with those in the manufacturing industry feeling the most impact, a new research report says.
This NASA-trained woman welder 'won't take any crap from anybody'
This NASA-trained woman welder 'won't take any crap from anybody'
As a Gaithersburg High School sophomore in late-'60s Maryland, Becky Lorenz didn't want to take home economics with the other girls - she wanted to weld with the boys.