Web Seminars
| Industry Seminars
Doing More with Less in a Sluggish Economy Toolmakers around the globe are searching for strategies to help them weather the current financial storm and economic crisis.  If you are looking to do more with less, now is the time to revisit Lean and make sure you practice it in your business.

View this free online seminar and learn:

  • How to eliminate wasted time and effort in your shop
  • How to get more productivity out of your existing resources 
  • How you can deliver every job faster (and at lower cost
  • A Lean CASE STUDY

[More]
Concurrent Engineering for Today's Machine Shop Applying concurrent engineering processes to design and manufacturing can help toolmakers increase productivity and shorten product delivery times--improving responsiveness to customers and your company's bottom-line results. How can you make concurrent engineering a success at your machine shop?
[More]
Keeping the Die Industry Competitive The tool and die industry has seen significant changes over the last half decade. Increasing competition from overseas leads to new pressures from customers to reduce your delivery times, cut costs, and improve overall efficiency.
[More]
Tool Shop Optimization: Lean Mfg. Case Study Manufacturers around the globe and across all industries are turning to Lean Manufacturing techniques to help them stay competitive. EIMO Americas provides a shining example of a toolmaker that has fully embraced lean manufacturing and has the results to show for it: shorter delivery times, lower cost of production, and high quality products that keep customers coming back.
[More]
Tool Shop Optimization: Stepping Up To 5-Axis 5-Axis technology can provide tool shop with new business opportunities and a weapon to battle mounting competition. To help you step up to 5-Axis, we have assembled a panel of speakers that will share thier first hand experiences to guide you in the process.
[More]
Tool Shop Optimization: Technology is Not Enough The tooling undustry continues to experience nounting global competition, placing ongoing business and operational challenges on tool shop. When faced with these challenges, a common reaction is to grab for most immediate solution. Be it purchasing a new machine, extending business hours, outsourcing or adding a new, detected software solution. Despite significant investement in time and money, many of these solutions fail to address the problems at hand, leaving tool shop executives in search for answers.
[More]
Tool Shop Optimization - From Quoting to Delivery Featuring keynote speaker: Alan Christman, Chairman, CIMdata
The tooling industry has seen significant changes over the last half decade. Increasing competition from overseas leads to new pressures from customers in all industries to reduce delivery times, cut costs, and improve overall efficiency.

[More]
Learn to Love Electrodes Many mold makers consider electrodes a necessary evil. Like it or not, electrodes are still required for a good portion of mold making jobs. Toolmakers are constantly seeking new ways to ease the pain of creating electrodes.
[More]
How to Compete: The Real Cost of Outsourcing Manufacturers often turn to overseas shops for lower-cost molds. Looking at the bigger picture, however, reveals that this move may actually increase their cost.
[More]
Tooling for Success The tooling industry has seen significant changes over the last half decade. Increasing competition from overseas leads to new pressures from customers in all industries to reduce delivery times, cut costs, and improve overall efficiency. While some toolmakers see these trends as a threat, others see an opportunity to set themselves apart.

[More]
| Product Seminars
Reduce Die Design and Production Cycles In today's increasingly competitive market, diemakers need advanced CAD/CAM and analysis tools that complement and leverage your experience - not replace it. You need a solution that offers the right balance between automation and full control - enabling productivity without compromising quality.
[More]
Automating the Mold Design Process No two molds are alike. Finding a solution that can handle everything – from non-standard molds, standard molds with inserts, to family molds is a challenge that mold makers face on a daily basis.
[More]
Automating the Electrode Process Mold makers will agree – electrodes are a necessary evil. Fortunately, there is a better way to make electrodes – and one that you can easily use with your existing CAD/CAM package.
[More]