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McInnes Rolled Rings
Industry Week
A 2018 survey published by the Manufacturing Institute says that 3.5 million manufacturing jobs will need to be filled in the next decade and 2 million of those jobs will go unfilled. Now there are people who say this skills gap is a lie. But the fact is that as skilled people retired, manufacturing companies, particularly the multi-national corporations, did not invest in the advanced training programs to replace the retiring workers. 
Orders placed with U.S. factories for business equipment rose by the most in eight months in March as a broader measure also saw surprising strength, signs corporate investment is regaining its footing despite trade war uncertainty.
Engineer Live
In our digitally connected world, technology is increasingly impacting and driving most industrial sectors, including mining. A key development in IIoT is the use of sensors to collect large amounts of data from mining equipment, which is subsequently analyzed and transformed into actionable insights for operators.
Star SU LLC.
Gleason Corporation
Kapp Technologies
FFF Australia Pty Ltd.
New Atlas
Most families have that one family member that's just a little bit different. Over at Chrysler, it's Mopar: The in-house outfit that bolts things onto other things for fun. Got a Jeep and want to accessorize it with extra grab handles, fatter tires or bulletproof bumpers? Mopar can do that. 
Press Release
The tractors will be equipped with TransPower-designed drive, powertrain controls, accessory and energy storage subsystems along with Meritor axles and brakes which work in tandem with the TransPower electric powertrain. These DINA branded battery-electric terminal tractors were designed to work in the harsh port environment operating 16-hour days and hauling up to 130,000 pounds of cargo. 
Toyoda Machinery
High-Speed Axis Synchronization Technology – The Newest Innovation Redefining Gear Manufacturing
High-speed synchronization technology has reshaped standard gear manufacturing by producing parts with more accuracy, less time, and less cost. Built into Toyoda's Gear Skiving Machining Centers, this innovative technology takes five processes, traditionally spread across five separate machines, and integrates them into one compact machining center.
Learn more about gear machining with skiving technology
New Equipment Digest
The significant drop in the price of many commodities is what’s forcing leading mining companies to digitize. The mining industry is already rushing into the future, comprehensively implementing the Internet of Things in wireless mining automation and connected mining projects, in order to cut costs and speed up operations.
AGMA’s Emerging Technology committee offers a trio of opportunities for learning with a white paper, webinar and expert-led tour on RAPID show floor.
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The Indy Channel
Manufacturing is Indiana’s largest industry, yet it is facing a gap in skilled workers. The Indiana Manufacturers Association is combating this with a new program to ensure a pipeline of highly skilled workers to meet the needs of Indiana’s manufacturing industry.
Financial markets enter the new year facing increased volatility, but will that slow growth? Economic data has been mostly good, especially jobs numbers. A slowdown does not imply that a recession is on the horizon. Hear the very latest economic data affecting the gearing industry. AGMA's economists from IHS Economics will review current market conditions and present their outlook for the general economy, key sectors, mechanical power transmission and the user markets for your products. 
Press Release
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) and its publishing partner John Wiley and Sons, Inc., have released the inaugural issue of the Journal of Advanced Manufacturing and Processing, a peer-reviewed journal that captures leading-edge manufacturing techniques and technologies that reduce costs, save energy, and create solutions that address societal needs.
Cincinnati Gearing Systems Inc.
Modern Machine Shop
Attention CEOs: To implement additive manufacturing at the enterprise level, there are five transformations that must happen simultaneously.
New orders for key U.S.-made capital goods slipped in February and shipments were unchanged, but data for January was revised slightly higher, which could support views that the manufacturing sector was stabilizing.
Piselli Enterprises, Inc.
Precision Plus, Inc.
Global Manufacturing
The Germany-based multinational conglomerate, Siemens, has submitted plans for a new £200mn ($258mn) train factory in Goole which is set to create around 700 jobs in the English town.
Machine Design
Part 1 of this series addressed 3D printing market predictions, standards, inspection, technology and materials that might expand and thrive in 2019. Part 2 focuses on companies that are making it happen.
Forest City Gear Company
Collaborative robots are a growing segment of the industrial automation market. But is a cobot right for your application? Korean industrial giant Doosan thinks so, with the recently introduction of the M-series collaborative robot to the North American market. 
New Equipment Digest
The global population of connected things now exceeds the world’s human population. With an estimated 8.4 billion devices currently in use, the internet of things (IoT) is here to stay. Jonathan Wilkins, marketing director at obsolete parts supplier EU Automation, explains what independent sensors mean for the future of manufacturing.
Evonik Oil Additives USA, Inc.
Gear-up for Efficiency
Industrial gear oils are transformed with Evonik’s NUFLUX™ technology. Geared for higher performance with lower formulation cost, Evonik additive technology provides a premium solution backed up by OEM approvals, industry standards and performance tests. You’ll find a broad range of viscosity grades suitable for various demanding industrial gear applications.
For more information, contact the Oil Additives specialists at Evonik-Let it flow.
At Kitty Hawk, the Mountain View, Calif., startup run by autonomous vehicle mastermind Sebastian Thrun, the dream of flying cars is starting to become reality. But expect a few flight delays along the way.
Industry Week
FIRST has received support from over 200 of the Fortune 500 companies and more than $80 million in college scholarships.
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