Born out of a desire to connect AMBA mold manufacturers with the technical knowledge possessed by AMBA's network of industry suppliers, the AMBA Expert Insights blog is designed to provide AMBA's Premier Partners with a platform on which to share their technical expertise, while in turn providing mold manufacturers with the opportunity to deepen their industry knowledge and industry trends.
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By Brenda Clark, Engineering Manager, HASCO America
While each supplier has their own mold base configurator or building assistant, they all should ultimately function to allow for quick importing of the standard 3D CAD data to get the mold design completed. The faster a mold design is realized at quote stage, into mold building stage, saves companies time and money, allowing for industry professionals to win the quote and build the tooling in the appropriate location for which it's being designed.
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By Shelly Otenbaker, president, Waypoint Communications
As in many industries, the B2B sales and marketing landscape has significantly changed in the last 12 months for manufacturing. Many of the tools and techniques traditionally used to find and convert leads are simply not available or possible now. But one tool – content marketing – has proven to deliver resounding success.
By Amanda Mielke, marketing director, TST Software
Mold manufacturers looking to select and implement a new scheduling system in their shops (or replace an outdated one they have in place) have a critical decision to make right off the bat: is the better decision to go with a large generic ‘ERP’ solution that provides the “one-size-fits-all” type functionality, or a more industry-specific solution that provides the functionality that meets a company’s unique set of standards (especially the ability to have shop floor scheduling)?