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“It’s all about the people,” Don Dumoulin, CEO/Owner of Precise Tooling Solutions says. And by people, he means the employees and the customers.

Vision Statement: We will build upon a talented team, cutting-edge technology, and superior efficiencies to deliver only the highest quality products to delight our customers while continually increasing profitability.

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Congratulations to the Precise Tooling Solutions Team!

Each year, the moldmaking industry recognizes excellence in mold manufacturing with MoldMaking Technology’s Leadtime Leader Award. It’s not just about being the shop with the shortest delivery times. It’s about what you do with what you have. And this year’s winner does a lot with what it has!

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Popular Posts: May 2020

It’s the end of May, and you know what that means—Amerimold Connects is right around the corner! For those who haven’t heard yet, this free remote event is the answer to this year’s Amerimold in Novi, MI, being cancelled by bringing the moldmaking community together in a virtual space. Be sure to check it out!

But before we launch into all the great education sessions, virtual exhibitor booth visits and latest technology updates that Amerimold Connects has to offer, let’s take a moment and reflect—by catching up on the most popular articles that readers like you have been reading.

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A mold design almost always involves a certain amount of compromise. The part design may include features that could make the mold either difficult to construct or difficult to operate. So, the part designer, the molder and the moldmaker need to do the best they can to resolve areas of conflict or disagreement, and this usually requires compromise. It is the same with robots and automation.

There are eight specific areas of mold design during which the right decision can avoid problems for the robot or automation supplier and possibly save money on the purchase, installation or operation of the equipment. But compromise is always going to be necessary, so each of the following tips can be read with the assumption that they are preceded by the phrase, “If possible.” 

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