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From bankruptcy to rebirth
From bankruptcy to rebirth

In a summer of turmoil at GM, one Michigan plant keeps building on its second chanceRead More

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In her own words: Mary Barra and the GM recall crisis
In her own words: Mary Barra and the GM recall crisis

New CEO at GM spends her first year dealing with the recall crisisRead More

Understanding the IP69K rating
Understanding the IP69K rating

Numbers clarify protection levels for liquids and solidsRead More

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Lubriplate PGO Series Gear Oils
Learn more about the Next Generation of Advanced, High-Performance, Polyalkylene Glycol (PAG)-Based, Synthetic Gear Oils. Click here now.
Nine pavilions at IMTS let attendees focus on specific needs
Nine pavilions at IMTS let attendees focus on specific needs

IMTS 2014 is organized into nine pavilions with specific focuses on areas like additive manufacturing, metal cutting, quality assurance, and gear generation. Link to roundup of Day 1 coverage.Read More

One answer to the U.S. manufacturing skills gap: women
One answer to the U.S. manufacturing skills gap: women

Women in Manufacturing (WiM) is committed to spread awareness of opportunities for women in growing manufacturing sector.Read More

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2014 Workforce Development Research
The 2014 Workforce Development study asked key questions on the causes and effects of the lack of a skilled workforce in the U.S., what manufacturing plants are doing to combat this issue, and how facilities are establishing a positive relationship with their communities.
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2014 Product of the Year
The 2014 Product of the Year program is now accepting nominations! See which products are named finalists in the November 2014 issue of Plant Engineering.
Nomination deadline: Friday, Sept. 12, 2014
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Optimizing Motor, Drives and Gearbox Systems to Ensure Best Performance and Total Cost of Ownership
Presenter William Finley from Siemens will explain that with modern industrial systems, there is a large advantage in total cost of ownership when driven equipment, adjustable frequency drives (AFD), motors, and gearboxes are matched and driven at ratings appropriate for these components.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014, at 11 a.m. PT /1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

Sponsored by: Siemens
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Featured Products
Compact automation solution for hazardous locations
Compact automation solution for hazardous locations

The 750 XTR series offers a modular, compact solution for automation architectures operating in... Read More

No drip atomizing nozzles
No drip atomizing nozzles

The Siphon Fed atomizing spray nozzles stop liquid flow when compressed air is shut off and can be... Read More

Flexible pneumatic fittings
Flexible pneumatic fittings

The NITRA fittings are constructed with thermoplastic bodies and stass steel tube gripping claws.Read More

Short-body inductive proximity sensors
Short-body inductive proximity sensors

PN series inductive proximity sensors are IP 69K-rated short-body sensors with metal housings.Read More

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Global Automation & Manufacturing Summit
Meet your manufacturing peers and see the future of automation. Come to the 2014 Industrial Automation North America Pavilion at the 2014 IMTS Show Sept. 8-13 in Chicago. Attend North America's largest manufacturing show. Click here for speakers, agenda and to register.