Maker Depot educators print 3-D masks to aid coronavirus response (video)
"If we could 3-D-print a mask that you can replace the filters instead of having to replace the whole mask, then all you have to do is alcohol-swab it down once you put a new filter in it," Frank Cornachiulo, one of the nonprofit's co-founders and operators, told NJBIZ. "In other words, you do not have to throw away the masks."
OPINION: Working toward a better recovery
New Jersey should learn from past mistakes and make investments that will prevent future crises, by NJMEP CEO John Kennedy.
Continuing operations in lieu of disruptions
Amid coronavirus, manufacturers safeguard supply chains.
NJ’s Registered Apprenticeship programs top 1,000
The achievement marks a 64 percent increase since Gov. Phil Murphy took office in January 2018.
DesignPoint acquires Alpha Additive
The deal furthers the Clark-based company's efforts to reach businesses in the New England and Mid-Atlantic regions.
Former J&J exec joins board of Linden-based electrical and industrial distributor
Beverly Jennings spent three decades with the New Brunswick-based name-brand company, most recently serving as head of Global Supplier Diversity & Inclusion.
Subaru of America reports best February in company history
The Forester, Impreza and Crosstrek seller saw increases across all three models.
NJDOL kicks-off regional partnerships to advance manufacturing
The initiative aims to work with businesses to indentify workforce needs, and build support for the industry.
LIXIL Americas names Benevenia chief people officer (updated)
“Beth [Benevenia] has been a tremendous leader throughout her tenure at LIXIL and I am looking forward to working more closely with her to continue to build and enhance our culture,” Steven Delarge, CEO and president in the Americas, said.
The CEO of the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program explains the benefits of the annual Chamber of Commerce train ride to Washington.
Isn’t it good …
Maket Depot in Totowa features wood-working shops, metal shops, 3-D printing, electronics, fabrication and computer numerical control machines. The company also sells and leases equipment to high schools and the Liberty Science Center.
After the fire, Marcal Paper back in business in Elmwood Park (updated)
One year and one day after a fire devastated its facility, the manufacturer will celebrate its reopening on Friday.