Manufacturing Industry Perception

on July 27, 2017 | posted by

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Is the Manufacturing Industry Unstable?


In December 2016, Deloitte and The Manufacturing Institute conducted a study on the Public Perception of the Manufacturing Industry.  In this study, one-third of Americans stated that they would not encourage their children to pursue a […]

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How to Define Your Unique Value Proposition

on June 27, 2017 | posted by

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Defining your Unique Value Proposition


Most people have heard the term unique value proposition (UVP) but many manufacturers do not realize how important defining it is to their business.  The UVP of your business clearly defines how you add value to […]

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Lean Six Sigma Tools for Small Manufacturers

on May 30, 2017 | posted by

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Lean Six Sigma Tools for Small Manufacturers


Smaller sized manufacturing companies need to increase the bottom line, reduce costs, and be more efficient with the resources that they have, sometimes even more than larger companies do.  Which leads to the question…why do […]

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Government Contracts Impacted By Cyber Security Requirements

on April 24, 2017 | posted by

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Government Contracts Impacted By Cyber Security Requirement


If you work with Department of Defense (DoD) contracts, or would like to in the future, you will want to pay close attention to what I am about to tell you.  There is another […]

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Exciting Future for Additive Manufacturing

on March 29, 2017 | posted by

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Exciting Future for Additive Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, is already transforming the way many products are manufactured.  AM works by “printing” a material onto a surface one layer at a time until the object is built in […]

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