There is a serious talent shortage for skilled workers in the food manufacturing and processing industry. 4.6 million manufacturing jobs will be added to the roles during the next decade, according to
SMART manufacturing stands for: sense, measure, analyze, report and train. Many are deeming this the future of small to medium-sized manufacturing companies. New tech allows manufacturers to use energy more effectively using machines, more advanced processes and data in real time.
Successfully 3D printing with metal could be a total game changer for manufacturing as we know it. The possibilities of what could be created are endless. Everything from parts for aircrafts, medical implants and building supplies (like structural beams) could benefit from 3D printing with metal.
Now that the holidays are over, it’s a great time to prepare for next year’s holiday rush. While the memories of this busy season are still fresh, take a moment to reflect on what you can do to improve for next time.
If you’ve been following our blog for awhile, you’ve probably heard us talking about Industry 4.0, also referred to as the fourth industrial revolution. It’s the coming age of automation and big data exchange in manufacturing technology. If you look at the current state of manufacturing factories, you will notice that they are more technologically advanced from those of the past.
Attracting and retaining talent can be a huge headache. Attracting scientific talent can be even more challenging. If your company offers certain perks, you can have a competitive advantage. There are
From cars to makeup… robotic body parts to shoes… appliance parts to toys… The list of amazing things that can be made with 3D printers continues to grow. Rumor has it, soon we will be able to create human organs with 3D printers.
One of the trending topics in manufacturing is how technology is affecting factory processes and systems, but that’s not the only way technology is impacting the manufacturing industry. While many manufacturing companies gain business by word-of-mouth, partnerships and returning customers, more and more manufacturing companies are incorporating digital marketing into their business plans.
If you stay up to date on the latest news in manufacturing, you know that technology has been taking the industry by storm. New equipment and systems are rapidly changing the way manufacturing factories operate. Among the updates are tools such as automation, robots and new software. With so many developments in manufacturing tech, how do you decide which trends to adopt and which ones to pass on?