Carcinogens Found in Sunscreen, 'Elon' to Lead Mars & Explosion Rocks Plant | Today in Manufacturing Ep. 20
Also on the podcast, reshoring reaches record high, Stellantis faces fraud charges and Germany has an abandoned beer problem.
IBM Suing Chipmaker for $2.5B, Smelly Chicken Plant Blocked, Lordstown Motors Might Not Last | Today in Manufacturing Ep. 19
Also in the podcast, Walmart is giving away smartphones and plant accident nets widow $222M.
Jun 14th, 2021
US Accidentally Invades Factory, Rogue Drone Hunts Human, Ford Cuts Production | Today in Manufacturing Ep. 18
Also on the podcast, disaster as ship sinks, strike at Smithfield, Bill Gates builds a salt reactor and the highest paid CEOs in the U.S.
Jun 7th, 2021
Aerion Supersonic Closes Suddenly, Tesla Faces Fines, Water Recall After Death | Today in Manufacturing Ep. 17
Jun 1st, 2021
Jeep Layoffs, Driverless Car Problems & Mexico City Is Sinking
May 24th, 2021
3-Wheeled Cars, Backseat Tesla Drivers, Crack Closes Major Bridge
May 17th, 2021
Jet Suit Impresses, Screw Causes Ship Crash, Tesla Solves Hate Crime | Today in Manufacturing Ep. 14
May 10th, 2021
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Mar 19th, 2021
3D-Printed Gun Shop Busted, Harley Faces Massive Tariffs & Stolen Chips Lead to High-Speed Boat Chase | Today in Manufacturing Ep. 12
Also on the podcast, Busch hires a dog beer tester, arson blamed for factory fire and Tesla crash didn't have a driver.
Apr 26th, 2021
Electric Mustang Problems, Ever Given Impounded, Boeing Sues Subcontractor | Today in Manufacturing Ep. 11
Also on the podcast, Segway's hydrogen motorcycle, automotive industry suffers rubber shortage and the sudden sanitizer surplus.
Apr 19th, 2021
Today in Manufacturing Ep. 10: Hottest Concept Car in a Decade, America's Ketchup Packet Crisis & $244M Ghost Cattle Scheme
Also on the podcast, a factory worker's active shooter prank goes really bad, a ship carrying boats nearly sinks and SpaceX debris lands on a farm on the other side of the country.
Apr 12th, 2021
GM’s $9K Pickup, Another SpaceX Failure & Americans Won't Buy American
Also on the podcast, VW's hoax, massive ship freed and Boston Dynamics made a new robot.
Apr 5th, 2021
Worker Paid in Pennies, Flying Car Prototype Tested & Skyscraper-Sized Cargo Ship Blocks Canal
Also on the podcast, China flexes on eavesdropping Teslas, major automaker closes factory toilets and Grape Nuts are back (phew).
Mar 29th, 2021
Today in Manufacturing Ep. 7: Tesla Crashes, Amputations at Fairbrook & Preparing for 'The Big One'
Also on the podcast, Real Water causes liver problems in kids, GM pickups get less efficient and legitimately good news out of Mack Molding in Vermont.
Mar 22nd, 2021
Today in Manufacturing Ep. 6: Scooter Megafactory, Lunar Ark, Engineer Espionage, Engine Cracks & OSHA's Top 10 in 2020
Also on the podcast, VW's a la carte menu, Lego sales surge and contact lenses that monitor your eyes.
Mar 15th, 2021
Today in Manufacturing Ep. 5: Another SpaceX Explosion, Lockheed Closes Old Plant, DARPA's New Weapon & Hyundai's Expensive Recall
Also on the podcast, a manufacturer burns down in Iowa, disturbing deep fakes, banning gas stations and the all peanut butter cup.
Mar 8th, 2021
Today in Manufacturing Ep. 4: Boeing's Engine Explosion, Digital Immortality, New Warships, Musk's $15B Tweet & Gunpowder Plant Explosion Update
This week on the podcast, brain implants and digital telepathy, Boeing's persistent problems, smaller warships for the U.S. Navy, and more.
Mar 1st, 2021
Today in Manufacturing Ep. 3: Texas Power Failures, Air Force One, VW Battery Spat, Jetpack Mystery & Hipster Shotguns
This week on the podcast, the president's new plane, problems with unchecked drones and making firearms for millennials.
Feb 22nd, 2021
Today in Manufacturing Podcast: Flying Car Order, Apple Car Fallout, Water Plant Poisoned, Shadow Factory Floods & Aunt Jemima's New Name
In each episode, our editors discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward.
Feb 15th, 2021