SWUGN Group Leader Spotlight: Rodney Hall

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This week we have been speaking with Rodney Hall from Evans, Georgia who runs the Augusta, GA SOLIDWORKS User Group , also known as AASWUG. Community Spotlight User Groups AASWUG Augusta Georgia SOLIDWORKS User Group Leader SWUGN SWUGN Spotlight

America Makes Announces Awardees of $8M in Funding for Project Call #3

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Georgia Institute of Technology- ” A Design Guidance System for AM”. Nine Teams Awarded; 60 Organizations Teaming to Advance Additive Manufacturing Technologies. Youngstown, Ohio — July 13, 2015.

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Underwriters Laboratories offers a resource for 3D printing info needs

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Balancing growing safety concerns with the rapid pace of innovation, UL is establishing compliance guidelines, a quality assurance framework, material search and training tools. In addition, UL is developing training and education programs, as well as a materials’ database. For training, UL has an initial course, the Foundations of 3D printing, available online through the eLearning modules. We’re excited to offer this training to our customers,” said Zhou.

Ahoy! Captain SOLIDWORKS!

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Following graduation, Harper went to work on Ocean Star , a leading celestial navigation training schooner. Harper was on an expedition with Singh to South Georgia Island when the captain of the chartered steel ketch showed him SOLIDWORKS.

“Cheers” star and manufacturing supporter John…

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“Cheers” star and manufacturing supporter John Ratzenberger donates $1 million to bring shop classes to Georgia schools” By Clare Goldsberry, Plastics Today. That’s about to change for students in Georgia.

FABTECH Partners Invest in Workforce Development

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Technologies including 3D printing, advanced robotics, and the Internet of Things (IoT), will require specialized training to ensure the workforce of tomorrow has access to the education they need to stay competitive and manage the evolution.

Additive Manufacturing Roadmap

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The effort was led by David Bourell of the University of Texas at Austin, Ming Leu of Missouri University of Science and Technology, and David Rosen of Georgia Institute of Technology. The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences led the development of a roadmap for the additive manufacturing (AM) industry in 1998. The effort was supported by many industrial, government, and academic organizations in the U.S. and it led to a report titled The Road to Manufacturing.

Additive Manufacturing Users Group Announces Scholarship Recipients

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Dr. Haijun Gong, an assistant professor at Georgia Southern University (Statesboro, Ga.), AMUG meets annually to provide education and training through technical presentations on processes and new technologies. Claire Belson and Dr. Haijun Gong to join members at the annual conference.

2015 Manufacturers’ Summit to Focus on 3D Printing Technologies

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Whalen is Chairman of the Warren Featherbone Foundation, an educational center focusing on the manufacturing industry located in Gainesville, Georgia. INLAND EMPIRE, CA.

America Makes Awards $8 Million to UDRI for Additive Manufacturing R&D to Support Air Force Efforts Toward Safe, More Efficient Sustainment

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Under the program, researchers and partners will assess sustainment needs within the Air Force, benchmark best practices, identify and recommend the most promising existing and emerging technologies, provide training to those who will use them and establish a vendor base of qualified suppliers. “We

SABIC Features Additive Manufacturing, Glazing and Carriage Interior Capabilities at APTA Expo 2017

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The new product is a cost efficient choice to replace phenolic fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP) materials used in many interior train applications including interior wall panels, window frames, ceilings and other large interior parts.

Why it’s now cheaper to produce some goods in the South…

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Before World War II, red-brick textile mills that processed cotton and wove it into cloth were all over the southern United States, dotting the Carolinas, Georgia and Alabama. For one, they tend to be better paid: Manufacturers these days need more highly trained workers who know how to operate automated systems. “Why it’s now cheaper to produce some goods in the South than in China” By Ana Swanson, Washington Post.

Reshoring: It???s not a myth (but it needs your help)

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They then must develop and commit to a strategy that increases their cost-competitiveness with foreign countries by investing in the equipment, automation, quality control, training, and other improvements they need. According to Atlanta Business Chronicle , for every four skilled workers retiring, Georgia is producing only one replacement.” By Matt Fehrmann, Plastics Today.

Technology Could Fuel a ‘Made in the U.S.A.’ Renaissance

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” Reddy says his company’s technology, which was developed at Georgia Tech and commercialized last year, can help in the production of “anything that has a thread in it,” including clothing, sleeping bags, flags and rugs. It’s how do we get those people trained and qualified and desiring to work in this environment.”. By Andrew Soergel, U.S. The digital revolution may have irreversibly changed the face of U.S. manufacturing. That might not be a bad thing.

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Disruptive Technologies Are Changing Automakers’ Needs…

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billion to the construction of a new EV battery manufacturing plant in Georgia, an investment that could create more than 2,000 jobs. Weiss-Aug started an apprentice program to help train workers for the trade.

Are You Ready for an All-Plastic Automotive Engine?

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Now, their convergence is opening up “a whole new range of possibilities” for automakers who are seeking lighter, high-performing alternatives to metal, according to Brian Baleno, global automotive business development manager at Solvay Specialty Polymers, Alpharetta, Georgia. “At

Is it Time to Think Differently about 3D Printing?

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The project, which also enlists the aid of Georgia Institute of Technology, Siemens Corporate Technology, Lockheed Martin, MSC, and GKN Aerospace, among others, seeks to address gaps and deficiencies that have been identified in the manufacturing design-to-print workflow. “It’s