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Combatting economic and political factors outside of manufacturers’ control First, let me state that this blog post is not political or personal. As Michael Corleone said to Sonny, “It’s not personal, Sonny. It’s strictly business.” This blog derives from a business question, “How could tariffs impact manufacturers, the audience which comprises our current and future...
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“First rule of engineering; beware prototypes.  Along with, avoid anything made by an engineer who doesn’t have all his own fingers.”   Simon R. Green From The Inside: A closer look at the CONNECT  By Tim Clark, President and an Engineer We all love gadgets and tools. When you are an engineer at heart, you want...
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FROM MANUAL TO DIGITAL TO AUTOMATED Prior to the 1980s, the processes in manufacturing for capturing data, performing analyses, and creating reports were very error prone and time-consuming. In other words, it consisted of manually inputting data and calculating the results, manually creating the reports and graphs to showcase those results, and manually calculating trends...
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