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How 3D Printing Is Empowering SMBs in Manufacturing’s Digital Transformation

September 17th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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Written by: Jon Wayne Advancements in technology continue to democratize and level the playing field for consumers and small businesses by providing access to markets and materials previously unavailable outside of large enterprises and institutions. For example, the microchip – now more than 60 years old – first debuted on the market in 1961 at $32 per […]

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3 Trends Driving Modern Manufacturing Innovation

September 17th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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By: Brian Hughes The world of software is coming full circle to cater to the physical needs of modern manufacturing, culminating in a new movement called Industry 4.0. Industry 4.0 is the integration of manufacturing automation and data exchange, to create what has been dubbed as a “smart factory.” These factories will be controlled by a […]

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Tesla Promises OTA Update to Fix Model 3 Autopilot After Breaking It With an OTA

September 17th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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By Ryan Whitwam Tesla has made a number of amazing innovations in automobile technology over the last few years. It makes cars that can travel hundreds of mile on a charge, see where other cards and obstacles are, and even receive critical over-the-air updates via LTE. That last item has proven to be a sticking point […]

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ABC West Michigan Announces Excellence in Construction Award Winners

September 14th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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Written by  Nick Manes The Associated Builders and Contractors West Michigan chapter (ABC) held its 32nd annual Excellence in Construction Awards on Thursday evening at 20 Monroe Live. The annual event aims to highlight the region’s best people and projects in a wide variety of categories, ranging from glazing to concrete to new overall construction and renovations […]

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Snyder May Intervene in Michigan Highway Labor Dispute

September 14th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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Paul Egan and Meira Gebel, Detroit Free Press The eastbound lanes of I-696 in Macomb County — one of the busiest stretches of highway in Michigan — have been sitting torn up and untouched for 10 days amid a labor dispute that began Sept. 4. There are no talks scheduled and no end in sight to the dispute between the […]

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Gordie Howe International Bridge to Start Construction This Year

September 14th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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By Robin Runyan  Actual construction will start later this year on one of the largest developments in the Detroit region. The Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority named its preferred proponent today—Bridging North America—along with more details on the cable bridge. The new bridge between Canada and the U.S. will have an A-shaped design, with six lanes of traffic (three each […]

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New 20-Story Building to Rise Across from Comerica Park

September 14th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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By Robin Runyan Early today, the City of Detroit announced that Michigan-based Chemical Bank will be the city’s primary banking partner. Soon after, the bank announced a major new build in Foxtown. The bank announced that it would build a new headquarters in downtown Detroit at 2047 Woodward, at the intersection of Elizabeth Street near the […]

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NHTSA’s Policy on Automated Driving Systems Provides Guidance for Industry

September 14th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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This article appeared in the August 2018 issue of MiMfg Magazine. Read the full issue and find past issues online. Many new motor vehicles have driver-assisting technologies that help drivers identify safety risks and make roads safer. Eventually, fully autonomous cars and trucks will become the norm. Self-driving vehicles will integrate onto U.S. roadways through six levels […]

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Why Homeowner Insurance Deductibles Vary by State

September 10th, 2018

Chris Larmore

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By Ann Carrns May 29, 2015 As with most types of insurance, you can lower the monthly premium on your homeowner’s policy by raising your deductible. But whether it makes sense to do so can vary by state, a new report finds. The deductible is the amount of a loss you must cover out of pocket. Deductibles […]

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Death in Airbnb Rental Raises Liability Questions

September 10th, 2018

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By Ron Lieber Nov. 13, 2015 There is no better — or sadder — way to explain how Zak Stone’s father died in a vacation rental than how he did himself this week, so this is how he began the essay he wrote for the online magazine Matter. “The rope swing looked inviting. Photos of it on Airbnb […]

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