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Shop Profile: Nanotech Machinery When Smaller is Better for Business

Shop Profile: Nanotech Machinery When Smaller is Better for Business

September 12, 2016 No Comments

by Melissa DeBilzan If there’s one thing Kevin Manion doesn’t want to do, it’s to look back on his life and wonder, “what if?” So, in 2006, he decided to take a risk and start his own business, Nanotech Machinery, after an 18-year stint selling machine tools for distributors in Minnesota. What if he approached […]

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Feature Story: A Look Back at Manufacturing in the 1990s

Feature Story: A Look Back at Manufacturing in the 1990s

September 12, 2016 No Comments

by Melissa DeBilzan The ‘90s weren’t that long ago, but the technology of this decade is practically ancient by today’s standards. Remember pagers? Sony Discmans? Palm pilots and styluses? Although desktop computers had become standard office equipment in the 1980s, they began making their way into homes the following decade. The launch of Windows 3.0 […]

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Cover Story: Disruptive Forces

Cover Story: Disruptive Forces

September 12, 2016 No Comments

What Are The Next Game Changers? By Nancy Huddleston Point… click… buy… It’s an Amazon world that we live in with everything we desire at our fingertips. What’s more, Amazon isn’t just an e-commerce company where people order the latest and greatest gadgets, best sellers, or kitchenware. Amazon is in the robotics business, too, which […]

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Cover Story: Experience Innovation, Get Challenged, Be Prepared

Cover Story: Experience Innovation, Get Challenged, Be Prepared

July 6, 2016 No Comments

By Nancy Huddleston For Minnesota manufacturers, the bi-annual International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) in Chicago from September 12-17 is the place to go to see what’s new in terms of technology and new products, to network with their colleagues, and to bring home ideas that they can put to work in their businesses. “This is […]

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E-clusives: The Skills Gap and Why We Need A Modern Rosie

By: Bridget Bergin, Associate Editor, Manufacturing.Net Women make up half of the U.S. population and almost half of the workforce,...

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By Erick Ajax Marine Master Gunnery Sergeant Jose Chavarria had a very serious assignment: keep his Boeing CH-46 helicopters...