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.
View this free online seminar and learn:
- What business trends are impacting the tooling industry.
- How leading toolmakers are answering the challenge.
- How technology is used to stay ahead of the competition.
Alan Christman, CIMdata
CIMdata provides world-class knowledge, expertise, and best-practice methods on PLM business processes and enabling technologies, including product data management (PDM), visualization, collaboration, digital manufacturing, computer-aided design/manufacturing (CAD/CAM), and numerical control (NC).
Chris Skinner, TNT EDM
Long regarded as one of the most progressive shops in the industry, TNT has grown and expanded from its origin as a tool and die shop into a production-machining contractor for the medical, automotive and aerospace industries.
Paul Carlson, Starbase Technologies
Starbase specializes in custom manufactured molds, tooling, and mold bases for the plastics industry, providing complete solutions from design, prototyping, and testing to production-ready tooling.