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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.

Manufacturing Groups Collaborate on Cybersecurity

5/8/2018 - Cyber-attacks against the manufacturing industry have increased. In response, the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center and the National Institute of Standards and Technology have begun to educate manufacturers on how to defend themselves. Read the full article from www.mmsonline.com. 

Get Ready For Industry 4.0

4/30/2018 - Industry 4.0 is the next industrial revolution and it is being spurred on primarily by the rapid growth in cloud computing and the falling cost of technology. In short, Industry 4.0 is the merging of people, machines, technology and “the cloud.” See what more The Center's Rich Wolin, Director of Training, has to say at www.record-eagle.com. 

The Center to Host Strategic Planning Workshops

4/27/2018 - The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center, Plymouth, Mich., will offer a series of four free workshops to help manufacturers improve strategic planning. The monthly workshops, held 8:30 to 10:30 a.m., will feature experts from the center covering a variety of topics related to maintaining organizational success. Read the full article from thefabricator.com. 

The Center Unveils Lightweight Vehicle Frame

4/25/2018 - The Center unveiled an innovative lightweight aftermarket car frame at the SAE’s World Congress Experience (WCX) event in Detroit, MI. The frame was designed in response to the growing market need for alternative lightweight vehicle frame options in the custom car market. Beyond replica cars, this frame can be adapted for military applications, as a number of companies working with the Department of Defense have identified the need for a lightweight frame to be used in military vehicles to effectively lighten loads and increase fuel economy. Read the full article from lightmetalage.com 

The Center to Manage National Cybersecurity Initiative

4/19/2018 - The National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) program has tapped the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center to lead a national effort to prepare MEP centers to roll out cybersecurity services to small and medium-size manufacturers across the United States. Read the full article from www.techcentury.com. 

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