Profiles in Manufacturing: Al Albrecht
Why is 94-year-old Al Abrecht passionate about today’s manufacturing? Not only has he witnessed the transformation of the 1950s stand-alone, one-person-per-machine-tool into today’s smart factory connecting multiple unmanned advanced technologies, he’s experienced the thrill of innovation to do better, do it correctly, and get it done. You can’t help but be inspired as Mr. Albrecht shares highlights of his career, the vital importance of manufacturing, and why more students ought to consider a career in manufacturing technology!
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