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In 2010, Daniel Hester, a civil engineer working for a major construction company, decided to start a small shop in his garage in Oakland, Calif. Hester had worked in heavy construction for more than a decade, designing and managing bridge constructi... Read More

Take a Load Off

The 2018 skills gap study put together by Deloitte and the Manufacturing Institute lays out a fairly clear picture: Automation is well on its way to being the new norm in manufacturing. As of August 2018, there were 508,000 open manufacturing jobs in... Read More

Sawing Academics

A good conversation is usually defined as one where there is a healthy back and forth between parties, and everyone comes away with more knowledge than they had prior to the conversation. Gaining that knowledge highlights the importance of being a go... Read More

Centennial Celebration

When August Behringer established a small workshop in Kirchardt, Germany, in 1919, it was little more than a general-purpose mechanical shop where he dabbled in, among other things, fixing bicycles and motorcycles. But by the 1930s, he’d hit his st... Read More

Wrap It, Strap It, Secure it

Mills, fabricators and metal service centers are constantly challenged to ensure safe and productive operations. Fortunately, bandsaws and other cut-off machines come with guards and other safety devices to ensure operators don’t get injured on the... Read More
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