The September 2013 edition of Manufacturing Engineering is now available as a digital magazine. Individual articles are also available below on www.MfgEngMedia.com.
A Future of Change and ChallengeGoing forward, automakers will have to learn how to deal with more wants and needs using fewer resources.
New Metrology Culture Improving Chrysler QualityThe Detroit automaker sees quality jump after investing in a new metrology-focused organization, equipment and processes.
A Large Helping of Carbon As stringent fuel economy and CO2 emissions requirements loom, the auto industry is on a binge to cut weight.
Shops Benefit from Advanced Technologies Robots deliver cost-effective results in cells or out of cells.
Shop-Floor Intelligence at Your FingertipsNew mobile technologies are helping senior manufacturing executives quickly get data from the shop floor.
UPFRONTJoin the Auto Technology Revolution!QUALITY SCANChoosing the Right Thread GageSME SPEAKSPerformance Benchmarking Service NEWSDESKUS Auto Sales: Best in 7 YearsSOFTWARE UPDATENew Touch Interface Eases CMM Programming TasksTECH FRONTGetting a Better Grip with RobotsSHOP SOLUTIONSPrecision Programmable Gage CellWaterjet Shop Tests Beta SoftwareSwiss-Made Tooling Optimizes Swiss MachiningFOCUS ON THE WORKFORCEThe Cedar Valley: Growing Its OwnVIEWPOINTSAutomotive Leaders Can't Play it Safe
Auto Heavyweights Talk LightweightingRead about the buzz around lightweighting at the annual Management Briefing Seminar (MBS) in Traverse City, MI.