Manufacturing Engineering talked to leaders at five companies to get their input on the future of manufacturing. We pulled our top three points for you to enjoy!
- “The growth of Industry 4.0, or the Internet of Things (IoT), is a key trend and willhave a profound influence on tooling and workholding…” Jack Burley, vice president of sales and engineering, BIG Kaiser Precision Tooling, Inc.
- “The companies that have prepared themselves and haveadopted highly productive machining practices will benefit the most over the next five years, regardless of the parts of the world in which they manufacture their products or do business.” Brendt Holden, president, Haimer USA, LLC.
- “The industry will also realize huge benefits through investment in automation as well as on the redistribution of human resources from the traditional machine operator to skilled programmers, cell designers, robotic experts and database management personnel.” Bill Obras, vice president of sales and marketing, Rego-Fix Tool Corp.
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