Crafts Technology Releases Video, Webinar Details
As continued follow-up to the story of rush-producing tungsten carbide core pin tooling to be used in an injection mold to manufacture vials for coronavirus testing, Crafts Technology has now has released a video to visually depict the story.
Crafts Technology is supporting the fight against COVID-19 by rush-producing tungsten carbide core pin tooling to be used in an injection mold to manufacture vials for coronavirus testing. As continued follow-up to the story, the company has now has released a video to visually depict the story.
Jeff Taylor, CEO of Crafts Technology, will be featured on the May 21 episode of the Business As "Un"usual webinar series. The webinar will focus on how the company created its COVID-19 workplace safety best practices, being noted as a "best-in-class" workplace for COVID-19 safety; how COVID-19 has impacted Crafts business along with a phenomenal story on how the company was able to shorten production time by 75% to produce a critical piece of tungsten carbide tooling needed for the production of COVID-19 test vials and positive implications this will have on business; Taylor's leadership philosophy and what he has learned during this time about going against the status quo; and as a bonus, Taylor will share his 80-page playbook with all attendees. Q&A will be available at the end of the session.
The webinar takes place Thursday, May 21 at 12:00-12:45 pm CST. Registration is free.
Recording will be available to those who register to receive the recording. Additionally, the first five registrants will receive free lunch vouchers as part of the webinar's overall effort to support our restaurants which have been extremely hard hit from the pandemic.
A look at how taking the time and data to analyze a mold problem will help you repair it right—and permanently—the first time.
Complex core system design and verification.
A review of the benefits of automating CNC machining by measuring and automatically changing the cutting tools as they wear during the machining process, and what a moldmaker should consider before investing in such a technology.