5 signs you should invest in effective workforce training

In today’s constantly changing marketplace, the importance of workforce training has never been greater. Training has the ability to not only increase workforce efficiency and productivity, but it can also help ensure more consistent process adherence. Once this consistency is achieved, it is easier for an organization to project outcomes and meet goals and targets. It is also an indispensable way to keep organizations competitive.

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Learning the ropes of the foundry industry

Abhishek Jayaraman has a Bachelor of Technology degree in Production Engineering. After graduating from PSG College of Technology in Coimbatore, he started reading up online about foundries and machine shops. His family owns a foundry business and he wanted to learn the ropes of the industry before joining them. After finding out about THORS courses online, he went ahead to successfully complete the Fixturing Fundamentals for Machining course. Here is an excerpt from our chat with this passionate and dedicated learner.

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5 inventions that revolutionized manufacturing

Nothing in the world is permanent, and this is especially true when it comes to business and technology. Thanks to centuries of human invention and technological advancements in automation and robotics, the shop floor has been transformed from “dark, dirty, and dangerous” to clean, high-tech centers of efficiency offering challenging and highly skilled jobs. It’s a different manufacturing world today.

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All about Electrical Discharge Machining

As per Technavio, the global electrical discharge machine market is anticipated to grow at a steady rate and will post a CAGR of 8% during 2017-2021. This growth for the global electrical discharge machine market is driven by the increasing production rate of light vehicles.

Although the origin of Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) goes back to 1770, this technology has rapidly earned its place alongside milling and grinding equipment as a proactive, mainstream technology. The reason behind its rise is the ability of the EDM process to machine complex shapes in very hard metals. Hence, the most common uses of EDM are in machining dies, tools, and molds made of hardened steel, tungsten carbide, high-speed steel, and other workpiece materials that are difficult to machine by “traditional” methods.