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Additive manufacturing is reshaping aviation
MIT Technology Review
The aviation company Pratt & Whitney is exploring whether technology known as additive manufacturing could be used to develop more compact jet engines that could make commercial airplanes lighter and more fuel-efficient. Pratt & Whitney already uses two additive manufacturing techniques to make some engine components. Instead of casting metal in a mold, the methods involve forming solid objects by partially melting a metal powder with either a laser or an electron beam. Other aircraft makers use similar technology; GE, for example, creates fuel nozzles for jet engines using its own additive manufacturing techniques.
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AWS 9th Shipbuilding Conference
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Sheraton Virginia Beach Oceanfront Hotel
April 7-8, 2015
Virginia Beach, VA

The conference will include a technical program featuring presentations on additive manufacturing, automation, new filler materials and NDT. Presenters will discuss a newly developed welding electrode that upon cooling does not shrink which will help reduce distortion effects and perhaps negate the need for weld toe peening required for fatigue life extension. The latest in aluminum welding from a true expert in the field will be presented. Several presenters will highlight new methods of automating the welding operations in shipyards. The recently introduced NDT method of computed RT will be discussed as well as the use of artificial intelligence as applied to NDT. As keynote speaker, Johnnie DeLoach the Head of the Materials Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division will kick off the conference.

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2015 International Brazing & Soldering Conference
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April 19-22, 2015
Long Beach, California

Now in its 6th Year, the IBSC remains the premier event for the brazing and soldering community. For years, the IBSC has provided professionals, scientists and engineers involved in the research, development and application of brazing and soldering, a unique networking and idea-exchange forum. This four-day conference provides cutting-edge education and technical programming for the brazing and soldering community, as well as peer-networking and a full exhibit program, showcasing the latest trends, products, processes and techniques available in the industry.

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Minding the gap: A road map for addressing the US manufacturing skills shortage
Area Development
While U.S. manufacturing is experiencing a renaissance of sorts, employers are facing a new challenge — a shortage of qualified job applicants. The skills gap cannot be bridged overnight. We must align education, economic development, workforce and business agendas to develop the talent necessary for success in a global economy.
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New adhesives compete with fasteners, welding
Assembly Magazine
The Assembly Show featured not only the machinery needed to assemble parts, but also the supplies, such as fasteners and adhesives. It may not be as "sexy" as a robot or a high-speed automated assembly system, but one of the most interesting new products that was introduced at the show was actually an adhesive.
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Casper (Wyoming) College lands $2.5 million grant to enhance energy programs
Wyoming Business Report
Casper (Wyoming) College recently lassoed a $2.5 million federal grant to enhance eight energy-related programs. It was the only school in the state to land the competitive grant despite a handful of other Wyoming institutions applying and 71 awards totaling $450 million being given out simultaneously. The Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training competitive grant program, which is co-administered by the Department of Labor and Department of Education, encourages industry partnerships to improve preparatory education in specific fields.
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For manufacturing, a 'so-so' jobs report
MarketWatch
With average hourly wages rising by 0.5 percent in January, most workers could find something to celebrate in the Feb. 6 nonfarm payrolls report. But manufacturing and a couple of other sectors can’t cheer too loudly. Overall average hourly wages rose 0.5 percent to $24.75 after falling in December — the biggest gain in six years. Year over year, they were up 2.2 percent.
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Texas students earn hundreds of certifications, ready for skilled jobs
KXAN-TV
High school students in the Hays (Texas) Consolidated Independent School District are delivering big-time on the hopes of lawmakers from the last legislative session. Record numbers are graduating with skills to tackle a career, or get a better-paying job to work their way through school. Three years ago, only 11 students in the district earned certifications for various fields during high school. This school year, school administrators have set a goal of more than 1,000 certifications and licenses.
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Bison Welding Works making a big impact on Great Falls (Montana) High School students
KRTV-TV
Tucked into the downstairs of the main Great Falls (Montana) High School building, Bison Welding Works is making a big impact on the students. Senior Asher Payne is the head engineer and one of the founding members of the group. He says, "I do most of the designing of any of the special orders that people have." One of the special projects the group works on is a small ramp for race cars. "It really is helpful for the students to feel what it's like to be a part of a business," Payne said.
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Florida International's Education Effect joins Chase to bridge skills gap in Miami
FIU News
Giving students more options — particularly in skills that will prepare them to enter the 21st century workforce — is what brought Florida International University, JPMorgan Chase and Miami-Dade County Public Schools together to expand the welding program at Miami Northwestern. Welding, along with an aquaponics lab and organic garden, are all part of The Education Effect, a university community partnership between FIU, Miami Northwestern and M-DCPS that was launched in 2011 through a $1 million investment from Chase. The goal of the partnership is to promote 100 percent graduation at Miami Northwestern and ensure that students are college and career ready.
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Scouts and their moms attempt a welding world record
Chicago Tribune
On April 11, Boy Scouts from Three Fires Council will meet at ETI School of Skilled Trades in Willowbrook, Illinois, to attempt a Guinness World Record for the largest welding lesson. To achieve this goal, trained adults will supervise the young welders. To encourage more Scout moms to participate in the world record attempt, a Women's Only Welding training session was held from 5-9 p.m. Jan. 29 at Lincoln-Electric Training Facility in Bolingbrook.
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North Carolina community college gets $250,000 grant for welding program
WNCT-TV
The welding technology programming at Beaufort Community College in Washington, North Carolina, is getting an upgrade thanks to the Duke Energy Foundation. The school will use half of the nearly $250,000 grant to buy virtual welders. This will help students with their welding technique.
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