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  1. This article originally appeared on tradeology, the official blog of ITA. Although I believe Manufacturing Day is an everyday affair, the official 2017 Manufacturing Day has come and gone. On October 6, modern-day manufacturing was showcased to students, teachers, parents, prospective employees, elected officials, and more at over 2,800 separate events across the country. It

    The post Celebrating Manufacturing Day with a Focus on FDI appeared first on the Manufacturing Innovation Blog.

  2. This article originally appeared on the NIST Taking Measure blog. I think we’ve taken this pumpkin spice thing too far. Don’t get me wrong, I love fall. That first crisp evening when you need to put on a sweater, the crunch of leaves under your feet, homecoming football games, but pumpkin spice? It’s obvious that

    The post Small-Business Cybersecurity is Twice as Nice as Pumpkin Spice appeared first on the Manufacturing Innovation Blog.

  3. What has close to 3,000 events across the nation with more than a half million people learning about manufacturing careers and what gets made in communities across the country?  None other than Manufacturing Day (MFG Day). Sandwiched between National Walk to School Day (which my son’s elementary school celebrated) and the federal holiday of Columbus

    The post Live from Across the Country, It’s Manufacturing Day appeared first on the Manufacturing Innovation Blog.

  4. Infinite Composites Technologies (ICT) uses carbon fiber material to manufacture patented, linerless containers that store all types of gasses at pressures up to 3,000 pounds per square inch. Founded in 2009 by Matt Villarreal and Michael Tate, the company uses a computer program that pulls the carbon material off spools, covers it in a special

    The post Success Story: Innovative Company Keeps Pace With High-Tech Demands appeared first on the Manufacturing Innovation Blog.

  5. I was at an end of summer family barbeque the other day, and two of my nephews, 16 and 20 years old, were in attendance. As the day progressed, they spent most of the day fixated on their phones, from watching YouTube videos of cats and playing games, to tweeting and instagramming photos. Changing the

    The post Recruiting Millennials for Manufacturing Careers appeared first on the Manufacturing Innovation Blog.

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