Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 05/22/17

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Governor Cuomo announces $53 million expansion of Moog Inc. in Western New York

“Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Wednesday announced a $53 million expansion of Moog Inc. in Western New York, adding two high-tech facilities in Elma and Wheatfield, and creating up to 200 new jobs in the local space and defense industries.”

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Genius NY program seeks next six drone companies to compete at Syracuse Tech Garden for $2.75 million in prizes

“The search is on to find the next six drone companies to be part of the $1 million first prize Genius NY program and set up shop at the Syracuse Tech Garden.”

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Demand causes Tesla solar panels to sell out until “well into 2018”

“After first unveiling the product last year, Tesla started taking orders with a $1,000 deposit for the first versions of its solar roof tiles earlier this month.”

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Rochester high school students get manufacturing experience through partnership with Monroe Community College

Students at Vertus Charter High School in Rochester got a taste of the work world Friday.

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SUNY Polytechnic Institute offers free tools to other SUNY schools

“The remnants of SUNY Polytechnic Institute’s Global 450 Consortium clean room in Albany could find their way onto other SUNY campuses.”

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New York State is busy building a high-tech future

“New York is at the forefront of the advanced materials processing industry, a $5-billion sector with a wide variety of manufacturing businesses—from special alloys to engineering polymers, ceramics finishing operations and more.”

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Electricity-generating glass manufacturer eyes closed Jamesville, NY Country Club for factory

“A Florida company is considering the closed LaFayette Hills Golf & Country Club for a factory that would make electricity-generating glass.”

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AIM Photonics to begin construction on new facility this summer

“AIM Photonics is slated to begin construction this summer on the testing, assembly and packaging facility here, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday.”

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