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Chrysler to invest $240 million in Michigan for production of pickups
AOL Autos    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Chrysler has announced that it is investing more in Detroit and Southeast Michigan and adding another 1,250 jobs on top of thousands it has added since emerging from bankruptcy three years ago. The automaker, which is owned by Italian automaker Fiat and the United Auto Workers healthcare trust and markets Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram and Fiat brands, will invest $240 million at three Michigan plants to increase production of Ram pickup trucks, as well as engines. More



Manufacturers waking up to potential of 'Dream It, Do It' to attract younger workers
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Manufacturers are determined to close the "skills gap" they say exists between the job openings they have and the job seekers who are not qualified for them. With an aging manufacturing workforce, the drive to close the gap has taken on greater urgency. Enter a program called "Dream It, Do It," coming soon to some Buffalo Niagara, N.Y.-area high schools. It's designed to expose young people to careers in advanced manufacturing, knock down stereotypes about those jobs and, ideally, attract employees of the future. More

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Made in USA: American manufacturers say business is booming
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American manufacturers say that the idea that American manufacturing is dead is a myth. In fact, U.S. manufacturers are making more products than ever, and the United States leads the world in manufacturing. Rock Center's Harry Smith reports the trend for NBCNews.com. More


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Thomas L. Friedman: If you have the skills, she has the job
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Traci Tapani is not your usual CEO. For the past 19 years, she and her sister have been co-presidents of Wyoming Machine, a sheet metal company they inherited from their father in Stacy, Minn. New York Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman met Tapani at a meeting convened by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development to discuss one of its biggest challenges today: finding the skilled workers that employers need to run local businesses. Here's what she had to say. More

AWS names 10th Annual Image of Welding award-winners
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The American Welding Society and the Welding Equipment Manufacturers Committee have announced the recipients of the 2012 annual Image of Welding Awards. In its 10th year, awards are issued in eight categories. These awards recognize individuals and organizations that have shown exemplary dedication to promoting the image of welding in their communities. The winners were honored at the Image of Welding Awards Ceremony which took place Nov. 15 at the FABTECH show in Las Vegas. The winners of these prestigious awards are instrumental in raising the image of welding and strengthening the industry. Following are all the 2012 Image of Welding Award winners. More



Aerospace manufacturer to move operations to Kettering, Ohio
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An aerospace equipment manufacturer bought a building in Kettering, Ohio, to relocate its assembly arm closer to its supply chain. Aviation Ground Equipment purchased a 25,000-square-foot building on Lance Drive for $450,000, according to Montgomery County Auditor records. The Freeport, N.Y.-based company previously housed its engineering division in an 8,000-square-foot space it leased in Miamisburg, Ohio. But because a majority of its suppliers and engineering talent are located within 200 miles of Dayton, the company decided to move its equipment manufacturing business into Kettering. More

Nonprofit helping manufacturers rebuild from devastation of Sandy
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New Jersey manufacturers slammed by Hurricane Sandy are finding relief from the nonprofit New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program, which is connecting companies with crucial resources — from roofers to electrical engineers — who can bring heavy machinery back online. John W. Kennedy, NJMEP chief operating officer, said e-mails initially went out to 6,900 New Jersey manufacturers and, so far, NJMEP has worked directly with about 500 of them. More


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Borough Furnace molds new manufacturing in Syracuse, NY
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In an old, once-abandoned factory at Geddes and West Fayette streets in Syracuse, N.Y., a model for American manufacturing is emerging. A young company, Borough Furnace, is melting and molding iron by using recycled materials, a green and sustainable process, and creative financing techniques. John Truex, 30, is the founder of Borough Furnace. He spent several years studying sculpture at the University of Tennessee where he became interested in large-scale iron casting. He moved to New York City to work as a designer for high-end furniture maker Dakota Jackson. He said he became frustrated by the disconnect between design and the manufacturing process. After a few years, he left to focus on manufacturing his own designs and returned to his love for iron casting. More



Machine class powers students in Gillette, Wyo.
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There are some big bonuses coming out of a combined Gillette College-Campbell County High School machining class in Gillette, Wyo., that's the first of its kind in the community and perhaps the state. Students in the class figure they save $1,000 toward a college certificate or degree. They are introduced to a college-level program and can earn eight free college credits. And, the program puts to use a full-service shop at Campbell County High School that was gathering a bit of dust. Eventually, organizers hope the program at CCHS will grow to the point that students can graduate with a high school diploma and receive a college certificate in machining on the same day. More

Donation pushes Aiken Tech closer to new training center
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Savannah River Site's security contractor, WSI-SRS, has pledged $60,000 to Aiken Technical College's proposed Center for Energy and Advanced Manufacturing. The center will support academic programs — initially radiation protection technology, nuclear quality systems, welding and mechatronics — that are crucial to supporting the area's growing manufacturing, nuclear and energy workforce needs. Those courses are being taught from older facilities on campus. Aiken Tech also received a $2 million grant this year from the U.S. Economic Development Administration to help build the facility, but the grant requires a $2 million match from other sources. More


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Manufacturing problems could delay iMacs
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Apple's upcoming iMac all-in-one desktop has been delayed and could miss a major part of the holiday shopping season, a French Apple news site says. French website MacBidouille says the major delay is because of difficulties with a high-tech welding process, called friction-stir welding, that fuses the two major pieces of the iMac's aluminum body together. Touted at Apple's iMac unveiling last month as one of the main reasons for the computer's thinness and improved strength over previous versions, the advanced assembly technique uses high heat and pressure to "intermix the molecules of the two aluminum surfaces" to create a seamless joint. More


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Motivation, money cited among roadblocks to industrial careers
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Pell grants, scholarships, student loans, work-study and paid apprenticeships. All of these are available to people who want to increase their earning power, but roadblocks remain, according to Sydney Raine, president of Mobile Works Inc., in Mobile, Ala. Time and again, he said, job center counselors hear the refrain "I can't afford it," either in terms of time, or, most often, money. Depending on a variety of factors, training at area community colleges typically runs at the very least $1,000 a semester. Some area industries offer paid apprenticeships, such as shipbuilders Austal and Ingalls, primarily to coax people into welding careers. "Everybody is crying for welders, and (with the arrival of Airbus), aerospace is going to be a big area of need," Raine said. More


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Lincoln Electric buys 3 metal cutting technology suppliers
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Continuing an impressive trend of acquisitions, Lincoln Electric Holdings Inc. reported its purchase of three businesses from ITT Corporation — the Kaliburn, Burny and Cleveland Motion Control businesses. As in its earlier purchases of Wayne Trail Technologies Corp. and Weartech International Inc., the cost and terms of the deal were not released. Cleveland-based Lincoln Electric designs and manufactures arc welding products, robotic arc-welding systems, and plasma and oxy-fuel cutting equipment. More
 


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Thermion - Ceramic Composite Coating
The purpose of the ceramic composite coating is to provide a wear resistance surface while also providing corrosion protection of the coated object. The coating material, a "Ceramic Core" tubular aluminum wire is filled with up to 46 percent ceramic, when sprayed onto an object produces a ceramic composite coating of aluminum and ceramic.
 

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