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How Porsche Does It
Why is Porsche doing so well? Probably because it is not trying to be all things to all people.
Columns Published: 8/19/2014
The Emergence of Production Clusters
In this new era of hyper competitiveness, it is critical for a cluster to continue to develop as the industry changes.
Columns Published: 11/27/2013
Why Makers Matter
Were it not for people like Henry Ford and Steve Jobs, where would we be today?
Columns Published: 8/29/2013
The Effects of Globalization Around the World
Many countries who once were major players from a vehicle production/export perspective are finding it difficult to even find their niche today.
Columns Published: 3/1/2013
A Radical Change for the Industry
What if flexible manufacturing really came into play and companies would be able to meet a variety of needs while keeping costs comparatively low?
Columns Published: 10/5/2012
Embracing Converged Cadence
Our industry has passed the point of no return with respect to converged cadence of major platforms. The next plateau is a reduction in the number of systems between platforms and structures, a process already well underway.
Columns Published: 9/19/2012
Why OEMs are Shifting Their Production Operations
Tomorrow’s criteria for shifting sourcing of vehicles will depend less on OEM production capability and more upon natural currency hedging, building units closer to the end customer and trade enablers.
Columns Published: 8/22/2012
Accelerate
3D printing; optical measuring and data acquisition sensor; free interactive CAD plug-in tool; cast urethane molding; 3D/2D software.
Columns Published: 4/26/2012
On Mfg
Inserts for improved turning; thread tapping tools; interference-free five-axis machining.
Columns Published: 4/26/2012
On Mfg
Waterjet; Stretch Wrapping; Face Milling for Cast Iron/Steel Components.
Columns Published: 3/22/2012

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