In tiny settlements sprinkled throughout the world’s Stone Age landscapes, early humans had a problem: Their tools were terrible.
After millennia of people using humble stone, bone, wood, and copper tools, the development that happened next–sometime before 3000 BC–would change everything. It was a technological and material science advancement called bronze.
Bronze, of course, is a copper alloy first made with arsenic and, later, with lead. It was the most sophisticated material of its time and still was widely used in the later Iron Age. Unsurprisingly after five millennia, today’s tools are on another level altogether. They are digital.
A new web-based instructional tool has just launched that aims to help manufacturers solve both their everyday “I run a busy shop” problems, as well as aid in bigger-picture executive skills development. It’s expert advice and training developed just for manufacturers.
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