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Invest In American Manufacturing? Five Charts For Your Business Decision

Invest In American Manufacturing? Five Charts For Your Business Decision | CNC Machining and Manufacturing | Scoop.it
Is manufacturing a good bet in America these days? The talk about reshoring, in which companies return to the United States those operations that they had previously located in a foreign country, is spurring renewed interest in factories here.

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Enabling Small Machines to Produce Big Parts : Modern Machine Shop

Enabling Small Machines to Produce Big Parts : Modern Machine Shop | CNC Machining and Manufacturing | Scoop.it
Well-suited for oilfield work, this compact rotary table has a through-hole diameter of 13.6 inches, which has previously been available only with rotary tables having a much larger face plate. (The future of large part machining, good article.
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CNC Machine and Computer Numerical Control History

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CNC Machine Overview and Computer Numerical Control History

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Nick Yakel's comment, March 5, 2013 8:22 PM
This article reflects on the history of cnc machining. I will read this article and identify what was the first cnc machine
ManuMan's comment, August 17, 2013 11:16 PM
It is an honor to be part of this industry for over 25 years.
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Open Innovation Creates New Opportunities in Food Manufacturing

Open Innovation Creates New Opportunities in Food Manufacturing | CNC Machining and Manufacturing | Scoop.it

As White Queen remarked in Lewis Carroll’s immortal story Through the Looking Glass, “…it takes all the running you can do to keep in the same place. If you want to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as that!” We all run after innovation just as fast as we can and sometimes we feel that it’s all we can do just to stay even with the competition. Sometimes it is good to pause for a moment and reflect on the role of innovation, what we’re doing currently and what we might do differently. The State of Ohio did exactly that in creating the Ohio Third Frontier’s Open Innovation Incentive, which they launched last year.


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Rowan Norrie's curator insight, May 22, 2013 6:25 AM

Open innovation is about setting up the opportunities for 'happenchance' to take place.