BATON ROUGE, La. - Gator Millworks celebrated National Manufacturing Day on October 1 with an all-day career event. More than 200 high school students and millwork enthusiasts from across the area attended to experience Gator’s modern manufacturing techniques and learn about the possibilities of a career in modern manufacturing.
ShopBot, in association with the North Carolina MEP, will be hosting a Manufacturing Day 2020 virtual event on Friday, October 2 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. EDT. Join them on MFG Day for an inside look at ShopBot. Learn about how the company was developed, directly from founder Ted Hall. Then get an inside look at the way their CNC tools are built, how they have put lean manufacturing principles to work, and how they are working on innovating their tools.
Manufacturing Day, and the month-long recognition of the industry it kicks off, will be very different this year.
Attendees at CNC Software’s Manufacturing Day event were shown how to start their careers in manufacturing.
Manufacturing Day is a nationwide event designed to showcase careers in manufacturing while also helping to shift the perception of the industry.
MFG Day empowers manufacturers to come together to address their collective challenges and help their communities and future generations thrive.
JASPER, Ind. -- The team at Machine Solutions took time out on October 5 to host a Manufacturing Day Event at the Jasper Tech Center. They hosted 70 local high school students aspiring to decide on a career path in engineering, robotics and other related fields. Eyes were wide open throughout a hands-on day of automation and robotics with a taste of CNC programming. Each student was able to program their name into a special plaque that was cut on a CNC machine and take it home to remind them of their involvement.
Stiles Machinery opened its doors to nearly 100 students from three local area high schools in celebration of Manufacturing Day, an annual nationwide event designed to inspire the next generation and offer them insights into what manufacturing looks like today.
Stiles Machinery Inc. opened its doors to local students on October 5 to mark Manufacturing Day, a nationwide event that takes place each year to inspire the next generation.