News and Articles About Manufacturers
Phones manufactured after July 1, 2015 and sold in the state must come equipped with an antitheft device that enables consumers to permanently shut them down.
While larger companies can afford lost products during production runs, startups can't. Here are a few tips on ensuring your supply chain is as efficient as possible.
The three spots where product development startups are most likely to stumble - and how to get around them
There are several important factors to consider before you license your invention. Here's a handy overview to help you out.
A technology and design center housed in New Yorks historic Brooklyn Navy Yard is changing what manufacturing in the U.S. will look like for future generations.
Finding manufactures is a daunting task, particularly when dealing with factories overseas. Here are a few tips on making it easier.
Grand St., a curator of independently made electronics and related gear, is one of the few channels to tackle the sprawling maker marketplace.
Some say the key to creating hundreds of thousands of jobs may soon be on a desktop near you.
Thanks to a collaboration of public and private resources, one of the old 84,000-square-foot warehouses flanking the East River in New York City is being renovated and transformed.
Finding a company to manufacture and market your wares can be a shortcut into major retailers.
The latest winner of the Cool Idea! Award program is Garageio, a device that allows you to open and close your garage door with your smartphone.
A prototype is often the only way to know if your idea will fly, and if your startup is ready to launch.
Coming up with a great product idea doesn't necessarily mean you need to launch a business around it. Here are three things you need to know before taking that leap.
A small-batch distillery in Brooklyn is part of a resurgence in American manufacturing.
The site will be used for domestic crystal production and require 1,300 additional construction jobs.
The experts at Albany's College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering talk about the burgeoning field of nanotechnology.
Inventor of the Wildly Popular 'Rainbow Loom' Weaves the American Dream With Rubber Bands in a Detroit Basement
Malaysian immigrant Choon Ng came to the U.S. for college and became an engineer. In his downtime, he invented a toy that has become a national sensation.
The Brooklyn-based additive manufacturing company says that it is accepting pre-orders for its MakerBot Digitizer, which will begin shipping in October.
The shipping giant has made 3-D printing available in a San Diego franchise and will extend the offering to five other cities across the U.S. in the next two months as part of a pilot program.
The New York-based startup that focuses on reviving American manufacturers raises $1 million.
The online retailing giant has partnered with MakerBot and other startups to start a service for selling custom-created merchandise.
A report from market-research firm IBIS World delves into the segments of the economy most likely to be affected by laws out of Washington, D.C., in coming years.
In this case study, costume company Revolution Dancewear put in the miles to improve its relationship with its Chinese manufacturers.
What retailers can learn from this innovative men's underwear company.
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