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Overview WHAT IS MANUFACTURING? PRESENTATION The FLATE Center for Manufacturing Education wishes to make available, for educational and non-commercial purposes only, materials of the “WHAT IS MANUFACTURING” presentation comprised of images, texts, facilitator’s notes, and other WHAT IS MANUFACTURING” presentation demonstration materials. This instructional resource forms part of FLATE’s outreach efforts to facilitate a connection between students, teachers and manufacturers throughout the State of Florida. We trust that these activities and materials will add value to your teaching and/or presentations. Please visit our website for additional resources, including our Made in Florida Video, a unique behind-the-scenes visit to modern manufacturing plants in the State of Florida. FLATE Center for Manufacturing Education Hillsborough Community College - Brandon 10414 E Columbus Dr. , Tampa, FL 33619 (813) 259 -6575 www. fl-ate. org and www. madeinflorida. org See the Notes Page for additional information This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0402215. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
What is Manufacturing? Discovering great careers in Florida
Everything is manufactured Almost Ask Carlos Santana Cool shades Natural talent Strings Lights Gel Microphones Electric guitar Jeans Trumpets Speakers Keyboards
What is manufacturing? 1. Making something. 2. Making a lot of them. 3. Making money (a profit) on what you make.
Who works in manufacturing? Over 16, 000 manufacturing companies and 400, 000 Floridians work in this industry statewide. A production technician creates guitar strings at Black Diamond in Sarasota, Florida.
Some manufacturing sectors Biological and medical Leisure & Entertainment Systems Engineering Electronic Devices Aviation and Aeronautics Metals and Plastics Food, Paper, Beverage & Cosmetics Transportation Processing
The Manufacturing Cycle Innovate 1 Distribute Design 6 2 Market Barcode Printer 5 Fabricate 3 Test 4
The Manufacturing Cycle Innovate 1 Practical uses for barcode labels 2 3 4 5 6 In response to a market need or invent a new idea to solve a practical problem. OTHER
The Manufacturing Cycle 1 Design 2 3 4 5 6 Try your ideas about what to make, what it will look and feel like, how it will perform and how it could be built.
The Manufacturing Cycle 1 2 Fabricate 3 4 5 6 After the design is done, it is time to make things happen. Skills, technology and teamwork turn ideas into real products.
The Manufacturing Cycle 1 2 3 Test 4 5 6 Quality is important. Components and final products need to be tested to make sure they perform as designed.
The Manufacturing Cycle 1 2 3 4 Market 5 6 Once the products are designed and built they need to be offered to potential consumers.
The Manufacturing Cycle 1 2 3 4 5 Distribute 6 To conclude the manufacturing cycle, products need to be packaged and shipped to consumers.
What interest you? Fabricate Design 3 Test 4 5 2 Innovate 1 Sample careers Market • • • • Product design Production process and tool design Manufacturing Associates/Operators Equipment and Process Technicians Facilities Maintenance Technicians Automation Technicians Materials Handling Quality control Information technology (IT) Sales and Marketing Customer service Finances Packaging Design and Production Distribute 6
How do you get there? Middle School Prerequisites High School Career Track Community College Academic Track Certificate AAS degree College/ University AS degree B. A. S/B. A. /B. S. Special technology or craft training (Possible certification) The World of Manufacturing (Business + Production) Master Ph. D.
Do what you love Right here in Florida More than 16, 000 different companies and 400, 000 Floridians work in the manufacturing field. This means that not just jobs, but manufacturing careers are being Made in Florida, by people like you. If you get satisfaction by making something, get excited about using new technology, or you work well with teams of people, then the manufacturing industry may be the place for you, with a challenging job, great pay, and excellent benefits. For more information visit ww. madeinflorida. org.