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Every week, we cover the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:
When Ford was looking for a place to test its new 500-horsepower Mustang Dark Horse, the company decided to build a unique facility that will likely play a key role in future vehicle development.
Oily Rags Sink Million-Dollar Yacht - @13:04
On July 15, 2022, the Pegasus, a recreational yacht, caught fire while moored at the Peninsula Yacht Basin in Gig Harbor, Washington.
Two years ago, a Georgia man quit his job at A OK Walker Autoworks in Peachtree City. After he told his boss that he can take this job and shove it, his boss responded by telling him to take his last paycheck and shovel it.
Last December, a third shift employee was working under Miracapo Pizza Company's supervision at a sheeting facility in Gurnee, Illinois. The 29-year-old woman was using compressed air to clean a spiral conveyor when her head became entangled in the machinery.
Bud Light was America's best-selling for more than 20 years, but Mexican lager, Modelo Especial, is now the top dog of U.S. retail sales.
In Case You Missed It
element14 and Hackster, which are owned by electronics distributor, Avnet, recently launched the “Little Free STEM Library Design Challenge.” The competition is challenging makers, designers and engineers to upgrade Little Free Libraries with a STEM experience.
Auto tycoon Carlos Ghosn filed a $1 billion lawsuit against the automaker for misinformation spread against him.
Small Sensor Smells Out Epileptic Seizures - @1:10:13
Sandia National Laboratories and Know Biological have developed a miniaturized sensor system that can detect the specific gases released from the skin of people with epilepsy before a seizure.
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