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MoldMaking Technology Editorial Director Christina Fuges chats with three team members of Eden Tool Company and Eden Manufacturing to learn the "details" about how this mold builder also became a manufacturer of engineered medical components.
Additive tooling provides limitless options for cooling a mold’s difficult-to-cool areas.
Christina Fuges saw her first 3D-printed hot runner manifold at K 2019 in Germany, but the system did not have a name yet. Fast forward to 2020 and it not only has a name, but it’s been successfully implemented in a number of applications across Europe. And today, it’s ready for the North American marketplace.
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Precise Tooling Solutions shares current capabilities and a glimpse of the changes occurring inside their manufacturing operations when it comes to inspection and measurement.
Manufacturers should focus on recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce to combat the skills gap.
Mold builders must understand fraud so they can reduce the risk and improve profitability and efficiency.
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Indirect tooling methods use the RP process to generate a pattern from which tooling inserts are made. This article describes two such indirect tooling processes - cast resin and sprayed metal tooling.
Why you should be aware of it and where it’s headed.
When it comes to the manufacture of jigs, fixtures and assembly tools, time-to-market for new products can be reduced, overall costs can be saved and the quality of the resulting components/production can increase with the use of additive fabrication—laser sintering and fused deposition modeling.