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  • US Department of Energy To Invest $59m In Solar Manufacturing

    • January 30, 2015

    The United States Department of Energy (DOE) announced plans this week to invest approximately $59 million in solar energy manufacturing. This move is part of the Obama Administration’s efforts to double the country’s production of renewable energy by 2020 — for a second time. The funds proposed by the DOE will include $45 million towards

  • Common Uses For Flexible Magnets and Magnetic Material

    • January 23, 2015

    Flexible magnets and magnetic materials are used in a variety of modern-day applications. While you may already know some of these applications, chances are others will surprise you. If you’re still scratching your head wondering what exactly flexible magnets are used for, keep reading and we’ll unravel the mystery behind this versatile material. What Are

  • Why 2015 is a Promising Year For US Manufacturing Industry

    • January 16, 2015

    The Unites States’ manufacturing industry has struggled as of late, due largely in part to economic recession, global financial crisis, and increased competition. In fact, some estimates suggest this sector has lost nearly a third of its jobs over the past decade. But there’s hope on the horizon for the millions of hard-working Americans employed

  • “Changing Lives One Chair at a Time”

    • January 12, 2015

    “Changing lives one chair at a time.” This is the slogan that inspires Team Hoyt Running Chairs every day. Team Hoyt Running Chairs is a company that produces specially designed custom running chairs for its customers. Team Hoyt Running Chairs is a partnership between Rick and Dick Hoyt and Southbridge Tool and Manufacturing. Southbridge Tool

  • The Importance of Ergonomics In The Manufacturing Industry

    • January 9, 2015

    Do you work in the manufacturing industry? If so, you should perform an analysis of your workstations to ensure they are ergonomic. Ergonomics — the act of fitting a workstation to meet the needs of the worker — plays an important role in the prevention of injuries. To learn more about this process and why

  • President Obama Signs The American Manufacturing Competitiveness Act Into Law

    President Obama Signs The American Manufacturing Competitiveness Act Into Law

    • January 2, 2015

    The nation’s manufacturing industry received a boost of confidence last month, when President Obama signed the American Manufacturing Competitiveness Act into law. Proponents of the law say it help the middle-class by developing new jobs while expanding existing industries. So, what does this the American Manufacturing Competitiveness Act entitle? Among other things, it requires the

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