Emily Probst, Senior Editor

Emily Probst is a senior editor for Modern Machine Shop (MMS), writing for the brand’s print and digital audience. Recent topic coverage includes women in manufacturing, twin-spindle technology promoted at an industry open house event and machine shop maintenance.

Emily joined the Modern Machine Shop staff in the summer of 2006 as the editorial intern editing product releases for the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS). Hired full-time in 2007 after graduating with a B.S.J. from Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, she edited product releases and columns until 2012, when she moved to editing case studies. In 2016, she became Modern Machine Shop's managing editor, shepherding the production of the monthly print magazine, which is sent to 95,000+ subscribers. In this role, she also managed MMS’s blog as well as its LinkedInFacebookTwitter and YouTube accounts.

In 2020, she became a senior editor, writing feature stories and original case studies for both print and online media channels. She also creates video content, offering behind-the-scenes expertise about how to submit a press release, as well as technical commentary and interviews on topics such as practical approaches to automation.

In these editorial roles, she has been fortunate enough to travel to Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Japan and across the United States visiting machine shops and OEMs while attending trade shows and other manufacturing industry events. 


Ponga a trabajar a sus operarios en la manufactura de matrices

Por: Emily Probst

Al sistematizar la fabricación de matrices en pasos repetibles, Dies Plus, está empleando a sus operarios de máquina para hacer troqueles de manera efectiva. Esta solución se basa en un sistema de codificación de colores sin papel para transmitir las tolerancias que los operarios deben alcanzar para que los fabricantes de herramentales y matrices realicen el ajuste final.

Centros de Mecanizado

Los múltiples beneficios de la estandarización en el taller

Por: Emily Probst

Al enfocarse en colectores, invertir en un modelo de centro de mecanizado horizontal y desarrollar software personalizado que se usa en iPads en cada departamento, este taller se ha preparado para la mejora continua y sus nuevos empleados, para el éxito.


Un taller metalmecánico preparado para la producción aditiva

Por: Emily Probst

Al adelantarse a los hechos, Able Tool está preparado para el día en que los talleres metalmecánicos tengan que producir partes metálicas mediante manufactura aditiva de manera regular.