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10 tech trends transforming manufacturing in the next 5 years
10 tech trends transforming manufacturing in the next 5 years
The world is moving quickly and manufacturers are finding the speed of their business is increasing consistently. Product life cycles are shrinking, political and trade realities are putting pressure on businesses and the winners are the ones who can r...
East Texas schools partner for welding program grant
East Texas schools partner for welding program grant
The Eustace Independent School District has been awarded a Jobs and Education for Texans (JET) grant to establish a welding program at Eustace High School.
The joy of welding: Self-taught metal artist finds hobby therapeutic and enjoyable
The joy of welding: Self-taught metal artist finds hobby therapeutic and enjoyable
Gary Anderson spent 17 years burning thousands of welds a day onto seat frames on the assembly line for Lear Seating. The repetitive process became robotic, he said. But that's changed now that the 53-year-old delivery truck driver has rediscovered the...
Orbital welders: A thinking man's assistant
Orbital welders: A thinking man's assistant
Orbital welding has become a popular approach to manage welds when the welder is unable to rotate the pipe he is working on or when it is difficult to access the full diameter of the pipe.
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.
Putnam says Florida must fix 'talent gap' to keep job
Putnam says Florida must fix 'talent gap' to keep job
Contending that Florida has a "talent gap" when it comes to jobs, the top Republican contender for governor, Adam Putnam, wants the state's middle and high schools to dramatically boost their vocational and technical education programs. "What I'm talki...
Welding jobs in high demand in Ohio's Mahoning Valley
Welding jobs in high demand in Ohio's Mahoning Valley
Students are beginning to pursue careers in the trades, rather than traditionally attending college after graduation.