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In this episode of Manufacturing Minute, collecting energy from bacteria that eats poop and a very anti-drone gun.
by Abbey Dean
12.8.2016
10:27am
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The Indiana union leader attacked by Donald Trump in tweets says he has no regrets about calling the president-elect a liar for his claims about saving jobs at Carrier.
by CNN Money
12.8.2016
10:15am
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One employee has died, and two others suffered serious injuries, following an incident at an industrial plant in South Carolina.
12.8.2016
10:05am
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The union president slammed by Donald Trump on Twitter challenged the president-elect Thursday to back up his claim that a deal to discourage Carrier Corp. from closing an Indiana factory would save 1,100 American jobs.
by Associated Press
12.8.2016
10:00am
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3M announced that it has entered into an agreement to sell its safety prescription eyewear business to HOYA Vision Care, a global leader in the eyeglass lens industry.
12.8.2016
7:36am
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Bridgestone Americas has announced that the Nashville-based tire maker will continue manufacturing its Firestone race tires in Akron for at least two more years.
by Associated Press
12.7.2016
9:57am
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New orders for manufactured goods in the U.S. climbed for the fourth consecutive month in October, the Commerce Department announced Tuesday.
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12.7.2016
8:06am
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To achieve President-elect Donald Trump's vision to make American manufacturing great again, a $2 trillion to $3 trillion U.S. Manufacturing Stimulus Package with no cost to taxpayers, has been unveiled.
by Smart Manufacturing
12.7.2016
8:04am
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Daniel Blaine Peters outlines how electricians can troubleshoot a measurable current imbalance after installing a variable frequency drive.
by Daniel Blaine Peters
12.7.2016
7:52am
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Alexandria Industries is celebrating its 50th year of doing business as an aluminum extruder and provider of precision-engineered products. The company has found success over the years by serving a range of industries through decades of transformation...
by Alexandria Industries
12.6.2016
2:39pm
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General Mills plans to eliminate the position of international chief operating officer and will cut up to 600 jobs as a result of a global restructuring.
12.6.2016
10:03am
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In this episode of Manufacturing Minute, turning nuclear waste into diamond batteries and using nylon to produce artificial muscles.
by Andy Szal
12.6.2016
9:43am
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Bechtel, the global engineering, construction, and project management firm, congratulated an international team for completing a historic milestone at the site of the Chornobyl nuclear plant: the successful sliding of a massive containment arch that now...
by Bechtel
12.6.2016
7:43am
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John Bernet examines how to leverage new smart tools and work practices to maximize shrinking maintenance resources.
by John Bernet
12.6.2016
7:26am
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OPS Solutions expands operations for Light Guide Systems with all-new, custom-built 10,000-square-foot facility.
by Light Guide Systems
12.6.2016
7:22am
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President-elect Donald Trump threatened in a series of early-morning tweets Sunday to punish American companies that move plants and jobs to other countries.
by Paul Wiseman, AP Economics Writer
12.5.2016
1:19pm
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An apprentice engineer explains how they are learning about both manufacturing and workplace risk.
by British Safety Council
12.5.2016
9:26am
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Holly Haines, an engineer for iBASEt, discusses ways to meet evolving nuclear regulatory compliance challenges in the nuclear industry.
by Holly Haines
12.5.2016
8:43am
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The U.S. manufacturing industry grew for the third consecutive month in November, according to the latest poll of supply executives by the Institute for Supply Management.
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12.5.2016
8:01am
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Mark Muro discusses both the role of manufacturing job-losses in President-elect Donald Trump’s victory and why the nature of today’s sector will make it hard for Trump to “bring back” large numbers of production jobs.
by Mark Muro
12.5.2016
7:33am
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When Time is of the Essence, after an exposure to a hazardous substance, any delay, even for a few seconds, can result in serious injury. OSHA and ANSI require that Emergency Showers be located within 10 seconds walking distance from hazardous site...
12.5.2016
7:15am
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A new rule, which went into effect this week, will add a major twist to how companies report injuries or illnesses. Instead of filling out OSHA 300 logs and keeping those reports on-site, they will now have to be turned over to OSHA where they will be...
12.2.2016
9:43am
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Can Donald Trump's deal with Carrier to keep 1,000 jobs in Indiana in exchange for state tax breaks be repeatable with other companies? 
by Wall Street Journal
12.2.2016
9:23am
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The top automakers in the U.S. generally reported improved November sales compared to the same month in 2015 — which had two fewer selling days.
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12.2.2016
8:09am
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The largest U.S. solar panel installer is moving into Florida's residential market after the state's voters last month rejected a utility-backed ballot measure that critics said would make going solar more expensive.
by Associated Press
12.2.2016
7:39am
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Police say a fire has engulfed a factory manufacturing explosives in southern India and 15 workers are feared dead and another three injured.
by Associated Press
12.1.2016
2:29pm
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A 700-worker factory in northeastern Indiana facing closure doesn't seem part of a deal President-elect Donald Trump struck with its parent company to keep hundreds of jobs at an Indianapolis plant.
by Associated Press
12.1.2016
2:21pm
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In this episode of Manufacturing Minute, what a hyperloop transportation system could look like and the future of smart power.
by Rachelle Blair-Frasier
12.1.2016
8:17am
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Carrier, a company that makes air conditioners, tweeted that it had reached a deal with Trump to save nearly 1,000 factory jobs in Indiana from going to Mexico.
by CNN Money
12.1.2016
8:15am
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In response to strong demand for its products, Keystone RV Company, a subsidiary of Thor Industries, Inc. announced that it has broken ground for the construction of two new manufacturing plants. 
by Keystone RV Company
12.1.2016
8:14am
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Electric vehicle startup Lucid Motors announced this week that it would build its first auto plant in Arizona.
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12.1.2016
8:12am
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GE product manager Tom Michalowski discusses clamp-on flow meters in-depth and their many benefits.
by Tom Michalowski
12.1.2016
8:11am
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Air conditioning company Carrier Corp. says it has reached a deal with President-elect Donald Trump to keep nearly 1,000 jobs in Indiana.
by Julie Pace, Associated Press
11.30.2016
9:13am
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U.S. companies added a solid 216,000 jobs in November, the most since June and evidence that the incoming Trump administration is inheriting a solid economy.
by Christopher S. Rugaber, Associated Press Economics Writer
11.30.2016
8:58am
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Maintaining safety in the workplace from head to toe is important. Grainger takes a look at OSHA requirements for eyewash safety stations.
by Grainger
11.30.2016
8:15am
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Clearwater Paper Corporation announced the permanent closure of its Oklahoma City converting facility and permanent shutdown of two tissue machines at the company’s Neenah, WI, tissue facility.
by Clearwater Paper Corporation
11.30.2016
7:28am
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Technology has caught up with Mother Nature, with a crystalline compound that almost immediately turns any icy surface into a rough surface that enables cars to get out of snow drifts or to sprinkle on one’s driveway. 
by Gaia Enterprises, Inc.
11.30.2016
6:05am
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In this episode of Manufacturing Minute, using clothing to keep chemicals out of water and a look at the tech behind Tesla’s self-driving cars.
by Abbey Dean
11.29.2016
10:44am
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No one was injured in a Thanksgiving morning fire at an onion-packing plant in western New York.
11.29.2016
10:03am
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Airbus wants to cut more than 1,100 jobs as it consolidates its activities and seeks to better compete with U.S. rival Boeing and others amid growing global demand for planes.
by Associated Press
11.29.2016
8:59am
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