Incremental Automation Investment Perfectly Positions Moldmaker to Produce High-Cavitation, Critical Dimension Molds
Incorporating multiple automation technologies enables Industrial Molds to produce and repair highly complex, precision molds with a very lean team.
Mold builders can reduce the number of iterations required to yield acceptable parts with a new tool, a damaged mold or a copy of an existing tool using modern data collection techniques and advanced surface modeling technologies.
Mergers and acquisitions within the mold manufacturing industry have revealed some positive outcomes. Here, two mold builders share their recent experiences and insights.
A flexible, laser-based hybrid CNC machine makes it practical to produce high-performance molds and dies made from multiple metals.
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