This week, OMA staff participated in a ribbon cutting at the headquarters of Cleveland-based MAGNET, which is part of the Ohio Manufacturing Extension Partnership (Ohio MEP). The event marked the official opening of MAGNET’s “Manufacturing Technology Experience.”
Lt. Gov. Jon Husted, who oversees the Governor’s Office of Workforce Transformation, led the ceremony to showcase new “Industry 4.0” technologies — including collaborative robots, AI, AR/VR, machine vision, 3-D printing devices, and more.
Acquired with the help of state and federal funds, these advanced technologies will enhance MAGNET’s consulting and engineering work with Northeast Ohio’s small and mid-sized manufacturers. The new technology will also offer manufacturing executives a hands-on showroom to evaluate these technologies. View pictures of this week’s event, or email MAGNET to schedule your personal tour of the facility. 1/28/2020
Leading this week’s ribbon cutting ceremony at MAGNET were (from left) Ethan Karp, president and CEO of MAGNET; Felix Brueck, MAGNET board chairman; Lt. Gov. Jon Husted; Robert “Bob” Smith, JobsOhio board chairman; and Eric Burkland, OMA president.