Additive Manufacturing, Education, Workforce

America Makes, a Manufacturing USA institute, and the Robert C. Byrd Institute, in partnership with Tooling U-SME, the National Coalition of Advanced Technology Centers, and AST2, proudly announce that the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Apprenticeship has officially approved their first-ever, industry-vetted Additive Manufacturing (AM)...

Additive Manufacturing, Education, Workforce

America Makes, a Manufacturing USA institute, announced the expansion of available service offerings at the America Makes Satellite Center in order to fill the immense need in the additive manufacturing (AM) community for access to critical performance data from AM-produced parts. The America Makes Satellite Center resides on the campus of Platinum...

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Additive Manufacturing, Education, Workforce

Youngstown East is one of only three high schools in the country selected to be part of a pilot program to teach students advanced manufacturing -- because manufacturing no longer means large buildings with assembly lines. Advanced manufacturing means learning about robots and 3D printing.

CEO Krish Mohip and teacher Jim Alexi explained the...

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Education, Manufacturing, Workforce

An advanced manufacturing workforce requires a higher level of preparation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Over the next decade millions of jobs are expected to open in manufacturing, with the majority of them projected to go unfilled. To achieve sustained economic growth, we must start educating tomorrow’s manufacturing...

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Developed by Michigan Technological University as part of their America Makes project, Doctoral candidate Bas Wijnen wrote and released Franklin, a new open-source, web-based 3D controller that allows users to control their 3-D printer from a web-connected device.

This advance was part of an America Makes project, the additive manufacturing (AM)...