Balluff Inc. President Tony Canonaco participated in a Smart Factory panel discussion hosted by Northern Kentucky Tri-ED on August 25, 2017. Mr. Canonaco was joined by Hahn Automation President John Baines and Amend Consulting CEO Craig Todd. The panel was moderated by cofounder of Start Something Bold Paul Miklautsch. The discussion focused on how
Mitutoyo America Corp. has provided the popular Digimatic caliper and a micrometer to students pursuing degrees in the Engineering Technology Program at Northern Illinois University (NIU; DeKalb, Illinois). Combining theoretical education with industry-based, hands-on opportunities, the technology program is preparing the next generation of
The performance of three Etco apprentices earned the company recognition from the Florida West Coast chapter of the NTMA.News Post: 10/10/2017
Edited by Eli Plaskett
Assistant Editor, Modern Machine Shop Etco Inc., a manufacturer of custom precision metal stampings, wire termination parts and molded products, announced that the Florida West Coast
The National Institute for Metalworking Skills (NIMS) has released a new online tool to help students and job seekers build quality professional resumes that will help them market their technical skillsets to employers. The Resume Generator will also help employers better screen for and hire NIMS credential holders for in-demand jobs.
The tool is
Seco Tools LLC (Troy, Michigan) has partnered with Ferris State University (FSU) in Big Rapids, Michigan, to offer local area engineering students an opportunity to participate in a multi-year internship program at Seco. The program invites the top three engineering applicants to participate for an initial first-year internship. Then, based on
Maintenance training becomes increasingly necessary each time a boomer clocks out for good. Decades of repair experience and mold knowledge are gone in the flash of a retirement party, severely compromising ongoing mold maintenance. This is mainly because many companies do not document critical procedures accurately. On top of that, younger
The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) and German American Chamber of Commerce of the Midwest (GACC Midwest) recently recognized Hermle Machine Co. for being the first employer in the state to introduce a new apprenticeship collaboration that follows the structure of the German apprenticeship system.
Hermle, based in Franklin,
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