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CONTENTS c FEATURES


52 / STEPPING UP TO PRODUCTIVE HMC MACHINING


HMC DNA is found in its structural bones, controls, automation.


114 / VIEWPOINTS


Sell the Sizzle and the Steak of Manufacturing 115 / HONORABLE MENTION


4 AdvancedManufacturing.org | July 2016 JULY 2016 VOL. 157, NO. 1 SHOP SOLUTIONS


40 / A HONING SYSTEM HITS PRECISION GUN BARREL TARGET


Honing machine technology from Sunnen Co. (St. Louis) has replaced hand happing in the manufacture of precision rifl e barrels for Pac-Nor Barreling Inc. (Brookings, OR) with impressive results.


Cover: For the fourth consecutive year, Manufacturing Engineering recognizes 30 individuals under the age of 30 who are making a difference in manufacturing and STEM fi elds. These young people deserve recognition for their accomplishments and for proving that manufacturing is not only alive and well, but is adapting and advancing.


DEPARTMENTS


8 / UPFRONT A Stretch Goal for STEM Boosters: STEM2


10 / CONNECT & ENGAGE


12 / ADVANCED MANUFACTURING NOW


t Rethinking the US Skills Gap in Manufacturing: Challenge or Opportunity?


t Managing Big Data in Manufacturing and Beyond


63 / IMTS 2016: STAYING TRUE TO THE MISSION


Since 1927 the show now known as IMTS has taken its job of promoting manufacturing technology very seriously.


69 / SECURING MANUFACTURING IN THE CLOUD


New cybersecurity tools can help manufacturing operations prevent potential cyberattacks.


SPECIAL SECTION


79 / 30 UNDER 30 Now in its fourth year, Manufacturing Engineering honors 30 young people excelling in STEM and Manufacturing. Read their stories.


97 / WORKFORCE PIPELINE Engineering a Successful Career Path


46 / ROTARY LOADING AUTOMATES SMALL-BATCH PRODUCTION


Automation of small-batch production poses particular challenges in terms of work processes, logistics, and availability.


116 / QUICK-CHANGE SYSTEM GAINS MULTIPLE ECONOMIES


In most cases, the installation of quick- change system for holding turned parts creates savings by increasing production.


ON THE WEB


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17 / SME SPEAKS


Attending College is a Dream Come True


21 / NEWSDESK Haimer USA Opens New Chicago-Area HQ


26 / SOFTWARE UPDATE


View the Shop Floor More Clearly with High-Visibility Solutions


35 / TECH FRONT Robot Hand Learns to Get a Grip 121 / PRODUCT PREVIEWS 132 / CLASSIFIEDS 133 / AD INDEX


134 / WORKFORCE PIPELINE Demand for Machinists Leads to New Mission


136 / VIEWPOINTS


Advanced Technologies Keep Doing More with Less


MET AL WO RKIN G T O 3D PRINTI N G


AdvancedManufacturing.org | July 2016


IMTS 2016 PREVIEW


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