Producing Tiny Parts with a Tiny Workforce on Swiss with Dan Rudolph–EP 111
Today’s interview is an old favorite. It’s a story about a young entrepreneur and his father producing minuscule parts with no other employees than themselves and Dan’s wife. On today’s podcast we continue our season about Swiss machining. Our guest is Dan Rudolph, co-owner and founder of Rudolph LLC. Rudolph
The 6-Spindle Accordion?
Is the National Acme screw machine today the accordion of machining? Are shops staking their future on the Acme the polka bands of manufacturing? As
(Part II) Thinking Like an Artist to Solve Engineering Challenges, With Dr. Onome Scott-Emuakpor—Ep. 181
Today’s podcast episode is the second half of our interview with Dr. Onome Scott-Emuakpor, the founder of Hyphen Innovations, a firm that develops low cost,
$40 an Hour? Are You Crazy?
The malaise of American manufacturing is the shortage of skilled workers. Every few days, I hear the familiar lament, “I just can’t find good people.”
Thinking Like an Artist to Solve Engineering Challenges, With Dr. Onome Scott-Emuakpor (Part I)—Ep. 180
On today’s podcast, we talk about how you can apply the artistic side of your brain to solve engineering challenges. Our guest is aerospace engineer,
Stuff I’ve wanted to write about but didn’t have the guts to. It stinks to feel old. I am well into being 78 years old,
The Recession Boom
There is an economic boom going on in recession predictions. Since COVID-19 hit in early 2020, the brilliant economists and professional pessimists have been predicting