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Cyber Secure Manufacturing Is Smart Manufacturing

11/27/2018 - It’s probably not a bad idea for smaller and mid-sized manufacturers (SMMs) to adopt an “us against them” attitude as they become aware of the prevalence of cyber-attacks in the digital age of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industry 4.0. Read the full article from advancedmanufacturing.org. 

The Center named a 2018 Top Workplace by the Detroit Free Press

11/13/2018 - The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (The Center) has been awarded a 2018 Top Work Places honor by the Detroit Free Press. With more than 50 employees, The Center was included in the “Small Companies” category, ultimately placing 19th out of 60 organizations statewide. See the full list of winners at www.freep.com. 

11,000 Students Learned About Manufacturing With Support of The Center

10/19/2018 - More than 11,000 students from across Michigan gained a first-hand look at modern manufacturing thanks to the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (The Center), which supported multiple initiatives in recognition of Manufacturing Day 2018. Read the full article from mfgday.com. 

Annual Event Manufactures Kids' Interest In Industry Jobs

10/9/2018 - Some 11,000 students around Michigan took part in National Manufacturing Day, an event put on in part, by the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center. The annual event gave students a first-hand look at modern manufacturing facilities. Read the full article from hometownlife.com. 

Manufacturing Day 2018 Brings Students and Companies Together

10/8/2018 - More than 11,000 students from across Michigan gained a first-hand look at modern manufacturing thanks to the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center, which supported multiple events and activities throughout the state in celebration of Manufacturing Day 2018. View the entire article at corpmagazine.com. 

Manufacturing Day 2018

10/5/2018 - More than 11,000 students from across Michigan will gain a first-hand look at modern manufacturing thanks to the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (The Center), which is supporting multiple initiatives today in recognition of Manufacturing Day 2018. Read the full article from michiganbusinessnetwork.com. 

Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center launches foundational manufacturing course

10/4/2018 - The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center has developed a comprehensive, introductory-level Manufacturing Process Development course designed for those new to the manufacturing industry. Spanning two days with four half-day sessions, the course introduces attendees to such topics as quality management systems, problem-solving skills, lean manufacturing, and culture and motivation. Read the full article from thefabricator.com. 

Mitigating Risks In An OT Environment – A Follow Up

9/28/2018 - Talking about risk assessment in an OT environment can be daunting. Perhaps because of the complexity of the subject, many prefer to look away and leave the matter to the specialists. But whether we like it or not, playing an active role in defending businesses from cyber threats is not only up to those wearing a fancy ‘CISO’ badge. If anything, this mentality leads to dangerous and, unfortunately, very common mistakes that contribute directly to the hackers’ triumph, and not to our protection. Read the full article from www.manusecevent.com. 

Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center Brings AR into Working Factory

9/13/2018 - When representatives from the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (The Center) in Plymouth, Michigan reached out to inquire about displaying OPS Solutions' enterprise AR technology, Light Guide Systems, in their facility, we knew it would be a perfect partnership. Read the full article at lightguidesys.com. 

Demand-Led Innovation Shapes Lightweight Metal Technology

8/30/2018 - Today an ever-growing range of industries are looking for higher performance materials that can minimize their costs, energy consumption and overall environmental footprint. As a result, lightweight metals, such as aluminum, magnesium and titanium, are increasingly being considered as alternatives to steel. Read the full article featuring the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center’s Principal Materials Engineer, Gregory Peterson, at metalsonline.rala.com.au.

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