4/24/2017 | 1 MINUTE READ

Who’s the 2017 Leadtime Leader?

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I can’t tell you yet, but I can drop some clues…

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This Erowa robot system operates inside the shop of our 2017 Leadtime Leader.

 

I can’t tell you yet, but I can drop some clues…

This year’s top Leadtime Leader uses automation to better compete in the markets it serves, as you can see by the image above. This company isn’t large, but it operates “big.” From advanced quoting through engineering, its team works using a lean mindset and optimized systems that help get jobs into the schedule and onto the shop floor more quickly. Automation, inspection and measurement, and Moldflow/DFM capabilities are among the value-added services this Leadtime Leader offers, and its team culture has adopted five fundamentals for success: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control. That’s all for now…

Find out who won the Leadtime Leader Award for 2017 at Amerimold in Chicago! Register today and join us June 14-15 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center. Don’t forget to enroll in our special Additive Manufacturing Pre-Show Workshop, presented by UL, too. This unique workshop will be held on June 13 from 1 – 5 p.m. Register before May 10 and save $50.

Amerimold 2017 is shaping up to be our biggest show yet organized especially for moldmaking!

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