SME posts plastics manufacturing videos on YouTube
The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) has made more than 60 short and informative videos available on the po...
The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) has made more than 60 short and informative videos available on the popular YouTube website.
“Whether you are an engineering student or a practicing engineer, YouTube is a very accessible, user-friendly and viral way to discover manufacturing trends and processes,” said Mark Tomlinson, SME executive director and general manager. “The videos give brief, easy-to-understand snippets of manufacturing’s most in-demand or “need to know” processes.”
According to the SME, the videos have already generated more than 200,000 hits.
SME videos available for viewing on YouTube include: “Lean Manufacturing in a Small Shop”; “Nanomanufacturing (Productive Nano Systems)”; “Liquid Molding”; “Affordable Automation for Small & Medium Facilities”; “Composite Materials”, and “Mapping Your Value Stream”.
New selections will be added monthly, the organization said.
To view SME’s videos on YouTube, go to http://youtube.com/user/e1m1s, or type in “SME” in the search button.