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How Pinellas County, Florida is Accelerating the Talent Pipeline for Industry 4.0

March 7, 2023
With a focus on collaboration in workforce development and talent attraction, Pinellas County, Florida is helping manufacturers take Industry 4.0 to the next generation through strategic partnerships, education, and development of the talent pipeline.
By Pinellas County Economic Development Press Release

A Mastercam Class in Taskbar Improvement

March 6, 2023
CNC Software LLC, one of the oldest providers of CAD/CAM systems, regularly updates its flagship Mastercam software to improve efficiencies, add capabilities, and make programs easier to use.
Steve Plumb

DFM in the Age of Industry 4.0

March 3, 2023
Even early adopters of advanced manufacturing technologies are just starting to develop strategies. Implementation will require considerable time, resources, and commitment.
Steve Plumb
By Steve Plumb Senior Editor, SME Media
Insert drills feature multilayer exchangeable carbide tips that are material specific for carbon and alloy steels and cast iron with holder lengths of 3xD, 5xD, and 8xD.

The Hole Story: A Deep Dive on Drilling

March 3, 2023
It’s important to get to the bottom of the hole to know what you’re dealing with.
Jim Lorincz
By Jim Lorincz Contributing Editor, SME Media
Robert Humphreys

Shop Floor Connectivity, Visibility, and Profitability

March 2, 2023
The backbone to successful and widespread digitization of manufacturing is connectivity. It pulls everything together, enabling visibility, scalability, and greater productivity.
Robert Humphreys
By Robert Humphreys International Sales Manager, Fastems LLC
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