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The company wants to make products fast for U.S. consumers.
Japan's Panasonic said on Friday it would raise up to $3.86 billion in corporate bonds, partly because it needs to bring forward its investment in a Tesla Motors battery factory.
Reports out of Japan say the last producer of VHS players is calling it quits.
Daimler, the world's largest truck manufacturer, will use three-dimensional printing to produce spare parts, the latest example of how digital technologies are radically reshaping automotive manufacturing and its supply chain.
Hiral Sanghavi and his wife raised more than $11 million to design and manufacture a jacket that aims to solve logistical pain points for road warriors.
This year, its founders expect to sell 6 million units -- up from 8,000 in 2011.
Anheuser-Busch will lead production, bottling and distribution to retailers nationwide in partnership with its established network of wholesalers, the companies said.
Craig Wolfe, CEO of Celebriducks -- the top custom rubber duck manufacturer in the world -- describes how his company leverages the Made in the USA label.
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Shinola wasn't born of a government policy or tax incentive -- it was born of an American entrepreneur's desire to build things in America again.
3-D printing will change the relationship between manufacturers and customers. As customer habits change, businesses must adapt.
Under the new system, customers will be able to upload digital designs and the part will be printed at the UPS Store nearest to them for delivery.
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Frameri is a Cincinnati-based eyewear company that wants consumers to never throw out their frames.
When engineering, manufacturing and selling hardware products the best way to succeed is to plan ahead.
Let somebody else worry about the future of home entertainment. VR can put your QA people in your vendor's offshore factory or you in your client's Singapore headquarters for routine meetings.
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