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High-tech advancements can get techies into ballgame, too

As the manufacturing sector struggles to recover from its two-year-long nightmare, recent or soon-to-be college grads may view a career in building things a bit gauche.

If they could only see what really goes on in todays factories, maybe theyd amend that view. Modern numeric control systems, robotic welding, rem......

Full article >>> ever cut a chip [off a piece of material], Patten said. A lot of our customers are in the medical industry. If you cut one tool wrong, it easily can cost them $100,000 [over an entire production run]. Just the ability to alleviate that is impressive.

Chuck Case, who graduated from CVTC in 1965, has had a ringside seat to the extravaganza of change going on, watching design work move from ......

Full article >>> Case. We were kind of making a blend.

With the capabilities of modern design and imaging, the human face can be digitized and scanned and the contours machined out of a block of metal, he said.

You can make things about as fancy as you want it or dont want it, Case said. Literally, the files I generate, [customers] can take it right in and run it on a CAM system and manufacture ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Lincoln Brunner 08/25/03


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