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...to support the desire of metalformers to do more work--and more complex work--in the die, and avoid costly secondary operations. Design and simulation software increasingly is the tool die shops use to meet the needs of their stamper customers; here's one shining example.
A plating expert shows how metalformers can help ensure proper part coating and why open lines of communication between metalformers, platers and coaters are musts.
As an industry we have done a horrendous job of promoting careers in manufacturing. We have allowed people to hold a negative perception of these careers, rather than dispelling myths by sharing the truth. It's time to turn the tide.
Tooling now is just the tip of the iceberg for Reich Tool & Design. Since its founding in 1965, the Wisconsin company has successfully added precision contract machining and, most recently, cleanroom assembly to its roster of capabilities.
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