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In an interview with Quality magazine, Otto Geiseman, business unit manager of Carl Zeiss IMT's Junker & Partner Detroit, describes how fixturing technology can help readers, and explains the fixturing market today. www.carlzeiss.com/metrology
Harry Moser wants to strengthen American manufacturing. In this podcast, he describes his success so far, his visit to the White House, and why he would like to see a new buzzword in manufacturing. For more information, visit www.qualitymag.com or www.reshorenow.org.
If you want to calculate how much it costs to make something in the United States, Harry Moser can help. In our second podcast with Quality's 2012 Professional of the Year, Moser explains how to use his Total Cost of Ownership software. For more information, visit www.qualitymag.com or www.reshorenow.org.
MBX Systems (Wauconda, IL) manufactures computer server appliances. They sell to software companies who want to store their product in an appliance instead of in the cloud. But when you compete against much larger companies as well as offshore component manufacturers, you have to find your place in the market. And MBX competes on quality. Jill Bellak, the company's president, explains their inspection process.
John Spovieri, editor in chief of our sister magazine, Assembly, recently had the opportunity to meet with Jack McDougle of the Council on Competitiveness, and keynote speaker at the upcoming Tech Manufacturer Expo, about the current state of U.S. manufacturing, and how it might get back on track.