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Japan’s Rinnai to Assemble Water Heaters in US

NAGOYA, Japan—Japanese appliance manufacturer Rinnai will start producing gas-powered tankless water heaters in the United States. The company will initially lease a plant in Georgia and later build its own assembly plant there. Investment will total some $79 million....


What’s New With RFID

Manufacturers of complex products, such as engines and transmissions, have long been using radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to error-proof their processes, document quality, and deal with high-mix production. ...


Using Urethane Adhesives

One of the tricky parts of assembling an audio speaker is bonding the cone and surround—the parts that produce sound—to a metal frame. ...


Advances in Impact Riveting

If poet Gertrude Stein had also worked as an assembly machine operator, could she have ever written the line, “a rivet is a rivet is a rivet” No one can say for sure, but it’s highly unlikely since operators know that rivets are distinctive in their design and function, as well as how they are installed. ...


Debate over steel tariffs pits producers against consumers

In April, President Donald Trump made good on a campaign promise and ordered the Commerce Department to conduct a “Section 232” review of steel imports. A provision of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962, Section 232 authorizes the gov-ernment to take action to limit imports of products if they threaten national security. ...


Samsung to Build $380 Million Appliance Assembly Plant in South Carolina

NEWBERRY, SC—Samsung Electronics will build a $380 million assembly plant here to make home appliances. ...


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