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Facility Expansion Advances Manufacturing in the Rockford Area

Mar 01, 2018

Advanced Machine & Engineering’s new facility expansion creates various career opportunities for the Stateline area.

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AME’s Partnership with Community College Promotes Local Manufacturing Careers

Feb 28, 2018

Advanced Machine & Engineering’s partnership with Rock Valley College promotes manufacturing opportunities in the Rockford and stateline areas.

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How to Get Younger Generations Interested in Manufacturing

Feb 20, 2018

There are plenty of apprenticeship programs available to students who are interested in manufacturing. The challenge: Getting younger generations interested in manufacturing.

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How the Need for Skilled Labor Affects the Future of Metalworking

Feb 20, 2018

The rise of manufacturing in the United States is creating an acute need for skilled/trained labor among the metalworking, tooling, and workholding industries.

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New Faces of AME: Thomas Bodocean, AME Technical Intern

Feb 19, 2018

An Advanced Machine & Engineering blog series that introduces new faces of the AME family. Meet Thomas Bodocean!

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New Faces of AME: Meaghan Ziemba, Content Marketing Manager

Feb 12, 2018

An Advanced Machine & Engineering blog series that introduces new faces of the AME family. Meet Meaghan Ziemba!

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New Faces of AME: Slavisa Djukic, Manufacturing Engineer & Programmer

Feb 09, 2018

An Advanced Machine & Engineering blog series that introduces new faces of the AME family. Meet Slavisa Djukic!

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AME’s Top 6 Memories from 2017

Jan 25, 2018

Advanced Machine & Engineering had a lot of great memories from 2017, and we’d like to share our top 6 …

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New Faces of AME: Crystal Meyer, Multimedia Content Creator

Jan 08, 2018

A new Advanced Machine & Engineering blog series that introduces new faces of the AME family. First up, meet Crystal Meyer!

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Measuring Compliance - The Weakness in Your Carbide Saw

Jun 12, 2017

Compliance is defined as the measure of the ability of a mechanical system to respond to an applied vibrating force, expressed as the reciprocal of the system stiffness. In short, it measures the weakness of the system. In a carbide saw, the most critical component subject to torsional and lateral vibration of the saw blade, is the gearbox, commonly called the head. When the blade tooth first contacts…

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