Abbey Dean
Editor

Abbey Dean is the Editor of Manufacturing.net. Before joining Advantage Business Media in February 2015, Abbey held a variety of editorial positions at various magazine publications, including most recently The Oxford American and Vox Magazine. While attending the Missouri School of Journalism, she learned to love Twitter. 

This past week Toyota took CES by storm when they debuted their e-Palette concept vehicle.
1.16.2018
10:42am
The award reflects the needs and preferences of women based on publicly available data.
1.15.2018
10:29am
The editors of Advantage Business Media’s Manufacturing brands wish you a very happy, healthy and joyous holiday season.
12.21.2017
11:06am
With 2017 winding down, here's a look back on the stories you couldn't get enough of this year.
12.19.2017
2:54pm
No other company is quite as keen as e-commerce behemoth Amazon to bring delivery drones into the mainstream.
12.12.2017
11:01am
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The company said market changes and proposed tax policy revisions that would significantly impact the wind industry prompted the closure.
12.7.2017
2:18pm
Earlier this month, Tesla unveiled its aptly named Tesla Semi, a massive electric cargo hauler.
11.28.2017
11:16am
Last month, Lamborghini and MIT unveiled a jointly developed concept car called the Terzo Millennio (or third millenium).
11.14.2017
3:04pm
Perbix designs, builds and services highly-automated, high-volume manufacturing machinery.
11.14.2017
11:09am
Reports indicate that the affected vehicles are at risk of catching fire under the hood even when not in use.
11.7.2017
5:02pm
In the final section of our report, we discuss why manufacturers can’t afford to not invest strategically in long-term flexibility and agility.
10.31.2017
11:02am
Earlier this year, the automaker confirmed plans that it was looking to build a factory in Shanghai.
10.26.2017
11:16am
This report is the third in a four-part series on the state of the manufacturing industry in 2017.
10.19.2017
4:14pm
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Dainese is venturing outside of their core customer market and developing the aptly named Safety Jacket.
10.18.2017
10:17am
To date, the automaker is unaware of any related injuries.
10.16.2017
10:52am
This report is the second in a four-part series on the state of the manufacturing industry in 2017.
10.13.2017
10:30am
In the first of a four-part series, we're looking at what market trends are driving change across the manufacturing industry.
10.6.2017
10:52am
Currently under construction near Charleston, South Carolina, the plant is scheduled to open in late 2018.
9.21.2017
11:03am
John Deere is imagining a future where their farming equipment can do much more.
9.20.2017
10:28am
In this episode, MIT wants to deploy drones in warehouses to track inventory, and worm-like robots inspired by origami.
8.31.2017
2:50pm
The beer giant has a longstanding tradition of providing drinking water and other supplies to communities affected by natural disasters nationwide.
8.29.2017
10:52am
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In this episode, a self-healing rubber and a closer look at Siemens’ eHighway project.
8.24.2017
10:22am
In this episode, advances in 3D-printing technology and Intel’s big bet on self-driving cars.
8.17.2017
10:37am
On Wednesday afternoon via Twitter, President Donald Trump announced he would end his American Manufacturing Council.
8.16.2017
3:28pm
SolarReserve's announcement follows closely on the heels of Tesla's deal to create the world's largest lithium-ion battery storage facility.
8.16.2017
10:59am
More than 180 people have been injured by faulty Takata air bags.
8.15.2017
11:00am
In this episode, a heat-conducting plastic and the winner of Amazon’s robotics challenge.
8.10.2017
10:44am
In this episode, a robotic water snake and 4D robotic vision.
8.3.2017
10:39am
In this episode, a simple wire-based robot and a floating space drone.
7.27.2017
1:06pm
Tesla has decided to discontinue the cheapest variation of its Model S — the Model S 75 RWD.
7.26.2017
11:25am
Local officials also confirmed that two diners tested positive for norovirus in the Sterling, Virginia restaurant.
7.25.2017
11:07am
In this episode, self-destructing electronics and a robot you can speak to.
7.20.2017
10:48am
For the Denver-based chain, this is another in a long series of food safety issues, which began in the fall of 2015.
7.19.2017
10:49am
The Energy Observer uses wind turbines, a hydrogen fuel cell system and solar panels to power its journey.
7.17.2017
10:16am
The Takata air bag recall is the largest automotive recall in U.S. history, with 69 million inflators recalled and 42 million affected vehicles.
7.12.2017
11:10am
In this episode, a tiny one-legged robot and cabin-less tractor trailers.
7.11.2017
10:54am
UPS also plans to hire 750 new part-time package handlers just in time for the high-demand holiday season.
7.10.2017
10:45am
In this episode, an elevator without cables and Oscar Mayer adds drones to its Weinermobile fleet.
7.6.2017
10:39am
According to OSHA, more than 65,000 people seek medical treatment for extreme heat exposure every year.
7.5.2017
3:07pm