MoldMaking Technology Senior Editor Cynthia Kustush chats with Brendt Holden, president of Haimer USA, about Industry 4.0 and how moldmaking companies can embrace and prepare for using the tools of connectivity to increase machine utilization and overall productivity.
As welding technologies advance, moldmakers have more options for repairing molds faster, cheaper and with minimal training required.
MoldMaking Technology Editorial Director Christina Fuges teamed up with Modern Machine Shop Editor-in-Chief Pete Zelinski onsite at Westminster Tool in Plainfield, Connecticut to experience live the company’s unique culture, and then digitally capture the spirit of the environment to share with the rest of the manufacturing community.
A mold builder uses a solid onboarding program, personality profiles and learning styles to quickly and effectively grow its own skilled workforce.
The Impact of Emotional Intelligence, Personality Profiles and Learning Styles on Training and Productivity
MoldMaking Technology Editorial Director Christina Fuges chats with Rich Oles president of Alba Enterprises about thermal imaging and how it communicates thermal dynamics in a hot runner system, how it picks up problems that other approaches cannot pick up at all or not as quickly, and how it will advance in the future.
A coupler helps provide a faster, more reliable way to tie positive return ejection into a mold.
This builder of injection molds and die cast dies has doubled the number of its employees over the last eight years, boasts an average age of 44 and has 18 apprentices.
MoldMaking Technology Editorial Director Christina Fuges chats with Jamie Sciturro, Technical Solution Executive for Autodesk about connected design and manufacturing, what it means to the OEM, molder and mold builder, how it is disrupting traditional manufacturing and future advancements.