You Can “Manufacture” That? A Look at How Tea Is Made

This post is the first in a series we’ll be doing on products that aren’t commonly associated with manufacturing in its most traditional sense. When we think of manufacturing, we often think of dirty, dusty factories with industrial workers like Lucille Ball churning out product faster than their bodies can actually move. In reality, manufacturing […]

3 TV Shows for the Maker-Minded

Television these days is sometimes like a madhouse: There’s Netflix, there’s HBO, there’s cable, there’s satellite, and more. While we sometimes long for a return to a simpler time without the oversaturation of television markets like we see today, it means that more information is able to circulate than ever before in the history of […]

Broken Bow Manufacturer Sargent Pipe Company Wins Award, Will Be Featured In “How It’s Made”

2015 is shaping up to be a pretty good year for Broken Bow, Nebraska manufacturer Sargent Pipe Company. This week, the company was one of two Manufacturers of the Year named by the Nebraska Chamber of Commerce at the annual Manufacturers and Distribution Executive Summit. Lozier Corp. of Omaha, a store fixture and shelving systems […]

Product by Process: It’s Not What It Is, It’s How It’s Made

It’s no surprise that we love talking about manufacturing here at NeMAC. And in terms of showing you things about manufacturing, we’ve given you a behind the scenes look at making a Viper and a series of local manufacturer profiles. But short of flipping through How It’s Made reruns on the Science Channel, how can you find videos […]

Cool Stuff Being Made: 5 Looks Behind the Scenes of Manufacturing

Wednesday, we brought you a list of 10 things that are made in the U.S.A. in order to give you a better idea of just how many products are actually manufactured here in America. And today, in an effort to show you what actually happens behind the scenes in modern factories, we’re going to show you […]