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The recent slew of recalls in the auto industry is disturbing. What happened to all those Sig Sigma and lean manufacturing initiatives that are supposed to error-proof assembly?
A new concept vehicle on display at the Geneva International Motor Show uses wood to replace traditional plastic components.
Boeing plans to invest heavily in automation to tackle its huge backlog of commercial jetliners.
This is National Engineers Week. The annual celebration highlights the important, but often unheralded, role that engineers play in society.
Chrysler has turned an old NASCAR trailer into a mobile classroom to teach its lean manufacturing philosophy.
Mary Barra is the first engineer to take the helm at GM in several decades.
Without much fanfare, an old faithful friend of many aspiring young engineers recently turned 100—the humble Erector Set.
The 2nd annual Manufacturing Day was held nationwide last Friday. Hundreds of manufacturers opened their doors to students to give them a glimpse into the world of 21st century production processes.
What will factories look like 100 years from now when the bicentennial of the moving assembly line is celebrated? Will people still be involved in the production process?
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