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Manufacturing Engineering

What is Manufacturing Engineering?

Manufacturing Engineering deals with the engineering problems, opportunities and needs related to manufacturing operations. Manufacturing is a $290-billion business in Ontario, playing a vital role in the economy and accounting for over 16-million jobs across the country. Manufacturing Engineering plays a critical role in businesses across many industries, including car and aircraft manufacturers, computer equipment companies, chemical manufacturers, and medical equipment providers.

What do Manufacturing Engineers do?

Manufacturing engineers are usually involved in setting up or improving the design, production and manufacturing of goods and products, as well as the development and application of advanced manufacturing processes and technologies. Examples of these technologies include robotics, automation and intelligent controls.

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