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Oct 2015  
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Better to have a degree
Author: Michael Deren
Published: October 2015
If you have aspirations for being an engineer or programmer, but do not have a college degree, this column is for you, according to the Machinist's Corner column in the October issue of Cutting Tool Engineering magazine.

Walk on the lean side
Author: Michael Deren
Published: September 2015
Take a Gemba walk. If you're not familiar with what a Gemba walk is, let me fill you in.

Quest for tool knowledge
Author: Michael Deren
Published: July 2015
Quest for cutting tool knowledge leads Machinist's Corner Columnist Michael Deren to attend cutting tool seminars provided by Sumitomo Electric Carbide Manufacturing Inc., New Berlin, Wis.

Is your next robot a cobot?
Author: Michael Deren
Published: May 2015
In this month's Machinist's Corner column, Michael Deren discusses his research into robots for one application and noticed other applications that also appeared suitable for automation.

Plan to replace retirees
Author: Michael Deren
Published: March 2015
What is your company doing to replace its retiring workforce?

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