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“All indications are that the service sector will slip into recession in 2023, but we expect positive production trends continuing in the aerospace, defense, agriculture, and energy sectors.” This one of many insights that key manufacturing executives shared with us in our 2023 Industry Outlook in the January-February issue of Manufacturing Engineering. Most experts are bracing for the potential of a recession early in the year, but they predict it will be fairly mild and short-lived. Leading the list of key challenges is the ongoing labor shortage, which could be further exasperated with recent reshoring initiatives. In other feature stories, we take an in-depth look at innovations in materials, cutting tool coatings, multi-axis machining, and manufacturing safety.
We hope you enjoy the January-February issue of Manufacturing Engineering.
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For manufacturers of all sizes, cyber threats are increasing. In this month’s issue, we share insights from top security experts about the types of threats that pose the greatest risks, as well as best practices to prevent disruption. Other highlights include a feature on the CHIPS Act, a framework intended to course correct the loss of domestic semiconductor manufacturing, as well as an exploration of Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) 2.0, which represents a sizable shift in government contracting.
We hope you take away useful information from the February issue of Smart Manufacturing.