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Talking manufacturing and education with Festo Didactic's Thomas Lichtenberger

In our latest Executive Edition series, Mary Gannon of Design World chats with Festo Didactic's CEO Thomas Lichtenberger, about the organizations successful programs to change the manufacturing landscape in the United States. Festo Didactic provides equipment and solutions for technical education for all areas of technology in factory and process automation, such as pneumatics, hydraulics, electrical engineering, production technology, mechanical engineering, mechatronics, CNC, HVAC and telecommunications. Lichtenberger discusses the Festo's successful Mason, Ohio apprenticeship program and its newest work with The Space Coast Consortium Apprenticeship Program – an industry-driven apprenticeship program led by a group of advanced manufacturing companies operating on the Space Coast. He talks about the future of manufacturing and how Festo's training programs are designed to shape that future.

Ron Hollis Interview

Dr. Ronald L Hollis, president and CEO at MFG, discusses new business models to help design engineers find the right suppliers to make their designs, and to help suppliers find design engineers they can help.

Dan Burseth of Eckhart

Eckhart Inc. is a leading integrator of advanced automation and Industry 4.0 technologies. As a tool designer and a technology integrator, companies come to Eckhart to find solutions that improve their profitability, safety, and reliability of different manufacturing processes. Dan Burseth, VP at Eckhart, discusses how Eckhart’s expertise can help users of additive manufacturing make the most out of that technology.

3D printed drones

Sniffer Robotics developed a 3D printed drone-based system that can fly over landfills five times faster than a person can walk them. The drone precisely inspects a typical landfill in a day, seeking fugitive methane gas.

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What Can Be Learned From Apple & Nike - No Crap, Big Opportunities

Posted on May 17, 2011 at 7:36am 0 Comments

So I was reading through Twitter this morning and came across this article. After reading it, I thought Heck, this should go for everyone, especially Engineers! Engineer's have the unique opportunity to develop products from the ground up, so this advice almost speaks directly to YOU! 


Apple's Jobs to Nike CEO - "Get Rid of the…


New Levels of Performance with Magnetic Bearings

Posted on October 15, 2010 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

New Levels of Performance with Magnetic Bearings

by Mark Hinckley, Director, Mechatronics Platform, SKF USA Inc., Lansdale, PA

Friday, October 08, 2010…


Podcast: Leveraging Technology for Newer Applications

Posted on December 16, 2009 at 6:08am 0 Comments

Leveraging Technology for Newer Applications

Cathy Wilson of the Gates Corporation speaks with Miles Budimir, Senior Motion Control Editor for Design World Magazine, about how you can leverage belt technology to increase the capabilities of your… Continue

Podcast: New Developments in Flexing Cabling

Posted on December 16, 2009 at 5:50am 0 Comments

Paul Warren of W.L. Gore speaks with Design World Magazine managing editor Leslie Langnau about the new developments in flex cables and how transitioning to a flex cable can help your… Continue

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At 4:22pm on December 14, 2009, Bhakti Thakar said…
This is Bhakti Thakar,

I graduated with my masters in electrical engineering with major as control systems in Dec2008. I worked in the industry for 6+ years before joining my masters.
I am looking for a job in control system design, model based design, modeling/simulation of industrial systems, control algorithm development.

I would request you to join my network on Engineering Exchange and Linkedin to help me expand my professional network which would help for my job search.

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At 7:59pm on April 23, 2009, temitayo said…
i will like to add you to my network


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