Editorial Guidelines: Editorial Advisory Board

The Editorial Advisory Board of MoldMaking Technology is made up of authorities with expertise within their respective business, industry, technology and profession. Their role is to advise on timely issues, trends, advances in the field, offer editorial thought and direction, review and comment on specific articles and generally act as a sounding board and a conscience for the publication.

Editorial Advisory Board

The Editorial Advisory Board (EAB) of MoldMaking Technology (MMT) is made up of authorities with expertise within their respective business, industry, technology and profession. Their role is to advise on timely issues, trends, advances in the field, offer editorial thought and direction, review and comment on specific articles and generally act as a sounding board and a conscience for the publication. Their contributions to the magazine's quality and integrity are invaluable; however, all final decisions on content remain with the publisher and its professional editors. For further explanation on policies and procedures, please contact the editorial staff.

 

2019 Editorial Advisory Board Members


The 2019 Editorial Advisory Board members are:

 

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MoldMaking Technology provides solutions and strategies to moldmaking professionals charged with designing, building and repairing molds. MoldMaking Technology was created by the industry for the industry, and MoldMaking Technology welcomes your abstracts and ideas for editorial content.