Buffalo Manufacturing Works updated their business hours.
Buffalo Manufacturing Works, operated by EWI, helps innovation-driven organizations excel by partner
Buffalo Manufacturing Works updated their business hours.
Shift is a new program developed specifically for small and medium-sized manufacturers in Western New York to assist them in identifying and implementing mission critical technology to help them better operate, compete and grow. www.shiftmfg.com
Meet Shift! It’s a new program we just launched with our partners at Insyte Consulting and Next Street that will help small & medium-sized manufacturers in WNY who recognize they need to innovate but are unsure of where to start. There is no cost to participate. Ready to learn more? Visit our new website www.shiftmfg.com
Designed for small to mid-size manufacturers, Shift provides access to unparalleled expertise and assets. Find out about what we do here.
Our partners at Insyte Consulting created a photo contest to showcase the modern day manufacturing floor in honor of National Manufacturing Day. The submission deadline is September 8th and the winner gets $500!
Insyte Consulting, located in Buffalo NY, provides business and management consulting services to the Western New York area including Allegany, Niagara, Erie, Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties.
We wrapped up two great weeks of STEM camp today with our capstone event. Students presented on careers they are interested in and showed family and friends the prosthetic hands they made during the camp. Thanks to everyone who helped make these two weeks possible including , Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, Unyts - Donate Life UB Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences.
We are kicking off our summer Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus ACES Camp. Students from Buffalo Public Schools & other WNY school districts are spending two weeks 3D printing & assembling prosthetic hands. They are also learning about different careers right here on the BNMC. A big thanks to our partners UB's NYS Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics & Life Sciences, National Grid, Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus and Unyts - Donate Life for making this camp happen.
We are proud to partner with the University at Buffalo to help local manufacturers innovate and grow - watch this great video that UB put together after a recent visit to our facility. Read more here - http://bit.ly/2huVz2q
Buffalo Manufacturing Works brings top-level expertise and equipment to companies large and small. Explore on Social Media: - Facebook: http://face...
We were all inspired by the students who participated in our 2nd Annual 3D Print Competition. Students made wind turbines and rockets and had a great time testing them. Thanks to all the sponsors and partners who helped make this possible today: Praxair , National Gridi, Sherex Fastening Solutions LLC , Pfannenberg Incorporated, Staub Manufacturing Solutions, Rippl3D and Buffalo Museum of Science.
We were honored to accept the STEM Educator Award today at the Buffalo Business First 2017 Manufacturing Awards. Congrats to all the winners that are making a positive impact in our community and beyond. We're proud to play a small role in showing the next generation what a career in advanced manufacturing looks like!
Join the University at Buffalo's Department of Materials Design and Innovation at the Erich Bloch Symposium on May 31 - June 1. The meeting will explore grand challenges in engineering through interdisciplinary materials science research and education. Registration info is in the link below.
WELCOME from Dr. Krishna Rajan, Erich Bloch Endowed Chair of the University at Buffalo’s Department of Materials Design and Innovation (MDI)
BNMC Student Open House
Our team is hard at work setting up our new Sciaky and getting it ready to start client work later this spring. This massive industrial metal 3D printer is an electron-beam, wire-fed, directed energy deposition system for additively manufacturing large parts. We’re looking forward to showing you what it can do!
We're excited to share this new Paget Films video that shows you how we worked with Bak USA to integrate cobots into the company's production floor.
Buffalo Manufacturing Works was proud to work with Bak USA to integrate advanced automation, in this case dual-arm collaborative robots, into their productio...
We are adding new equipment and new team members as we continue to build our technology focus areas to help our clients innovate and grow!
Buffalo, NY – EWI announced that it has added three new team members at Buffalo Manufacturing Works. Two of the new employees, Ron Aman and Ryan Hurley, will support the rapidly growing additive manufacturing team as customer demand grows for EWI’s expertise in this technology focus area. Ron Aman j...
“It’s a fantastic example of how a company can leverage technology while enabling – and not hurting – the workforce,” said Michael Ulbrich, president of Buffalo Manufacturing Works. Read how we are helping Bak USA integrate advanced automation into the production floor and how this innovative company and its employees will benefit from cobots.
J.P. and Ulla Bak aren’t ordinary business people. They’re business people who want to do good at the same time. It’s a novel concept – a business with a social conscience that puts people on par with profits – and the Danish-born Baks have put Buffalo at the heart of their unusual vision. Their tab...
The Sciaky has arrived! It is an electron-beam, wire-fed, direct energy deposit machine for additively manufacturing large parts. Our team is looking forward to getting it up and running this month.
It has been a busy few months at Buffalo Manufacturing Works. How busy? Read about what we've been up to and some plans for the future in this The Buffalo News article - and you may even see a few new faces in the photos. We're up to 21 employees now!
Buffalo Manufacturing Works could be headed to a new home – and a bigger role in helping the region's companies become more innovative and more productive. The second phase of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's Buffalo Billion plan would move the innovation hub from Main Street to the Northland Corridor on the…
We're proud to work with Bak USA, an innovative company making an impact in Western New York and beyond!
EWI welcomes Bak USA as a new member company. Bak seeks to make mobile technologies accessible to every person on earth, a mission put into motion through infrastructure work in Haiti after the catastrophic earthquake in 2010. Today Bak, headquartered in Buffalo, NY, employs a local workforce to bui...
Our team was in Chicago checking out the new Sciaky system that will be arriving at Buffalo Manufacturing Works in March. Wait until you see what this Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM™) system can do!
We are proud to call the BNMC home, it has been a great place to launch Buffalo Manufacturing Works. Check out this new video to see what makes this campus so unique!
Follow the progress of the collaborative Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus from its formulation in 2002 to today and its significant positive social and economi...
Our new Additive Manufacturing Leader, Frank Medina, is going to be a busy guy for the next few months! Here is a rundown of some of the presentations he will be giving across the country.
If integrating or optimizing additive manufacturing processes in your company’s operations is important to you, then you want to spend some time with Frank Medina, Additive Manufacturing Technology Leader at EWI. Frank directs a team of solution-focused AM experts who work to help manufacturers with...
We're honored to work with Bak USA - an innovation-driven company with a double bottom line that calls Buffalo home.
Bak USA has built a highly diverse workforce in Buffalo of 75 people, from 14 countries who speak 22 languages.
Buffalo Manufacturing Works updated their phone number.
We are pleased to announce that Francisco Medina Jr, Ph.D. has been promoted to Additive Manufacturing (AM) Leader and will oversee the AM technology focus area for EWI across its three locations. We are proud to have this nationally known AM expert leading our team!
Buffalo, NY – EWI is pleased to announce that Francisco Medina, Jr. Ph.D. has been promoted to Additive Manufacturing (AM) Leader and will oversee the AM technology focus area for the company across its three locations. He will continue to be based at Buffalo Manufacturing Works. Medina joined EWI i...
"We're really excited about the companies we're working with, and it continues to pick up every single week." Michael Ulbrich, President of Buffalo Manufacturing Works. Read more about our plans for growth in Buffalo Business First.
The entity – which opened its doors nearly two years ago — is set to serve as an anchor tenant for a state-funded manufacturing hub on Buffalo's East Side.
Buffalo Business First offers some insight on what manufacturers can expect in 2017. Our president, Michael Ulbrich, shared his thoughts for the article.
Manufacturing companies in Western New York will enter 2017 as part of a fast-changing industry.
Great update on our friends at Postprocess Technologies! We're excited to see what 2017 brings for this Buffalo startup.
The wonder of 3-D printing has a dirty little secret: It can be very tedious to clean away the support structures and extra material once an item is printed. And getting the item smooth and polished is another hurdle.
Thanks to our partners at Insyte Consulting for highlighting our Technology Roadmapping service in the Fall 2016 newsletter. Read more on the Insyte blog.
Technology Roadmapping By Ben Rand It's that time of year again: Budget season. But in this day and age, you need to be thinking about much more than just a budget. Manufacturing owners, CEOs, presidents and boards are in the midst of ...
Great news for EWI member GM Powertrain Tonawanda Engine today!
General Motors officials and elected leaders will gather at GM's Tonawanda engine plant on Wednesday for an announcement related to that plant and the automaker's facilities in Lockport and Rochester. GM did not disclose details, but the announcement could be tied to the investment pledges GM made f...
Welcome Mike and Brendan to our growing team in Buffalo!
A great article about one of EWI's newest clients, Worldwide Protective Products. The company is creating innovative new products to protect the hands and bodies of workers to prevent injuries.
The Hamburg-based company makes gloves, sleeves and specialty garments worn by workers around the globe in industries ranging from automobile manufacturing and food processing to glass handling, construction, aerospace and the military.
Thanks Fuzehub for the great Q & A with Michael Ulbrich, president of EWI's New York operations. Read about how our team has helped a client in the aerospace industry make innovation a core foundation of its business strategy.
For this edition of our “Ask an Expert” series, we interviewed Michael Ulbrich, president of EWI’s New York operations. In this role, Michael heads up Buffalo Manufacturing Works, a state-of-the art center operated by EWI that works with manufacturers to develop, validate, and implement leading-edge...
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