The most advantageous opportunities of the future will involve digitally powered manufacturing. Innovative manufacturers turn to us to forge that future in the following areas.
Where innovative manufacturers forge their futures
MxD equips U.S. manufacturers with the digital manufacturing tools and expertise they need to begin building every single part better than the last.
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December 17, 2020
When will 5G get here?
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December 07, 2020
MxD Awarded Funding to Identify Benefits and Barriers to Adoption…
December 04, 2020
I get one cyber hire. What should it be?
November 30, 2020
Cybersecurity Careers Require Creativity — and A ‘Devious Mind’
November 20, 2020
My Supply Chain Is a Hot Mess
November 19, 2020
MxD Announces Jon Powvens as Director of MxD Cyber: The…
November 06, 2020
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October 30, 2020
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October 29, 2020
MxD Launches Cybersecurity Steering Committee to Guide Strategy to Secure…
October 22, 2020
MxD Awarded $15 Million to Boost U.S. Manufacturing’s COVID Response
Partners who depend on fresh thinking and bold doing.
In a world where innovation is a ubiquitous ambition, MxD stands apart. We are grounded by a deep understanding of what digital manufacturing transformation requires, and we hold ourselves accountable to the high stakes.
We invite those who recognize that their survival depends on fresh thinking to join our growing digital manufacturing community. Here you’ll discover an ideal environment to find new ways to increase your productivity and win more business.
The Hiring Guide: Cybersecurity in Manufacturing
The nation’s digital manufacturing institute, MxD, has released The Hiring Guide: Cybersecurity in Manufacturing, a ground-breaking guide to help U.S. manufacturers build the workforce they need to protect the industry from growing cyber threats. Read the press release here or download the report for free by clicking the button below.
Making every single part better than the last requires production lines to be embedded with software and sensors, and hooked up to the cloud. Only with this ability to send and receive data can the equipment improve itself and learn from every part produced in real time.
Our 22,000-square-foot research factory is used to test and demonstrate these new digital manufacturing technologies, train the workforce on how to use them, and demonstrate the need for manufacturing cybersecurity to protect the entire process.
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