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GM left Lordstown, Ohio. Here's what could replace it.
by Story by Lydia DePillis; Photographs by Maddie McGarvey; Video by Jeremy Moorhead
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7 March 2019
On 7 March 2019 CNN reported:
On the banks of the Mahoning River in Northeast Ohio, not far from where the first steel mill in the area once operated, sits a warehouse where the future of manufacturing is slowly taking shape. It's a far cry from the noisy, belching metal industries that once employed tens of thousands of people here -- but local leaders are trying to make 3D printing technology as important to their economy as the Bessemer steel process was decades ago.
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. . . Unlike Silicon Valley, which has scant experience with heavy manufacturing, this faded industrial hub has all the know-how necessary to reinvent how America makes things in the future.
. . . Rather, the new manufacturing industry will require a smaller number of highly-educated engineers, programmers and machine operators -- the types of skills that today are in short supply not just in the US, but around the world.
. . . The Mahoning Valley's transformation began in earnest in 2012, as the number of manufacturing workers in the area started rising from an all-time low, when the Obama administration put one of its five National Manufacturing Institutes in Youngstown.
This one was focused on a process called 'additive' manufacturing -- i.e., 3D printing. The local business incubator, which had been trying to nurture information technology startups, pivoted to focus on advanced manufacturing. So did Youngstown State University, which lured some of the best faculty in the field with more than $10 million worth of equipment.
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