News and Articles About Manufacturing
Marcel Botha, an entrepreneur working out of an innovative co-working space in Brooklyn, talks about how he was able to rapidly prototype an ergonomically designed baby spoon thanks to 3-D printing technology.
A recent study from MIT took a look at the efficiency of robot/human team work.
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 two companies are joining forces to build a battery megafactory somewhere in the U.S. The ambitious undertaking could lead to more affordable electric vehicles.
Customers can design and create their own products in a new online shop announced by the Seattle-based ecommerce giant today.
There are several important factors to consider before you license your invention. Here's a handy overview to help you out.
Computer-aided design lets U.S. companies customize products domestically without a need for keeping a large inventory.
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.
Crowdfunding platform Kickstarter released a manifesto that explores why campaigns involving wallets, money clips and card holders are so popular on the site.
The Manufacturing Solutions Center is a one-stop shop for inventors and designers who need help getting their ideas through production.
Dov Charney has been removed from his posts as chairman, president and CEO of the company he founded.
If you're launching a product, avoid these business-derailing mistakes.
A Canadian company has developed a printer attachment called a paste extruder that makes it possible to 3-D print with materials that were previously off limits.
To avoid the pitfalls between prototype and real product, take it slow and know who you are trusting to manufacture your product.
Many entrepreneurs are ill-equipped for the balancing act of ensuring enough products are delivered on time without having too many lying around.
Some say the key to creating hundreds of thousands of jobs may soon be on a desktop near you.
A trio of inventors in Europe have announced a Kickstarter campaign for a new device that allows you to doodle in the air.
Developing careful manufacturing design guidelines and specifications along with continuous reviews will help ensure you deliver on what your customers desire.
Take your idea from a thought to product in five steps.
Cheap labor in China, Indonesia and India pushed the bulk of mass manufacturing overseas, but the U.S. is emerging competitive in a newer, more sophisticated kind of manufacturing.
During a White House event for innovation in manufacturing, President Obama let the cat out of the bag. Or did he?
Working with partners, especially overseas, presents many challenges. Here are some things to keep in mind.
Fitbit is the latest company that instituted a recall. Did it do it right? Also, seven steps to implement a recall program in your business.
Lessons one company learned while developing its first product.
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