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Quality recently spoke to the University of California-Berkeley’s David Dornfeld about how green manufacturing relates to quality. Dornfeld, a manufacturing engineering professor, recently edited a book on green manufacturing fundamentals. Here, he explains why it matters and discusses the increased attention given to manufacturing today.
Michael Molnar became the first chief manufacturing officer in NIST history last August. Here, Molnar, the chief manufacturing officer at NIST and the director of the Advanced Manufacturing National Program Office, explains some of the issues in industry today and why he’s excited about students in manufacturing.
Jesse Morse went into his first calibration lab in 1964. Quality met with Morse, president of Morse Metrology and longtime NCSL member, at the NCSL conference in Sacramento this year to discuss metrology trends. He explains the changes he’s seen over the years, and why he’s worried about the future of the industry.
During his keynote address at the NCSL International conference in Sacramento this year, James Rooney made the economic case for quality. Rooney, the chair of the American Society for Quality, or ASQ, sat down with Quality afterwards and described how investments in quality should drive a business.
The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Education Foundation wants to highlight the opportunities in manufacturing. Rodney Grover, senior development officer at the SME Education Foundation, explains how the Edge Factor video series, EduFactor classroom videos, and a Reality Redesigned student design competition are trying to give the manufacturing industry a better image. For more information, visit www.edgefactor.com.
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