The goal of troubleshooting tool and die making is to optimize your tooling investment by balancing tooling costs against the expected return on investment. This program looks at the causes of tool and die failure, and offers a step-by-step methodology to troubleshoot problems and proactively understand their cause to alleviate failure.
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This program shows how Subaru used its lean improvement system to achieve breakthrough environmental performance. The lessons learned can help any manufacturing company become a better environmental steward.
Stamping dies are the tools that shape and cut sheet metal parts. They are commonly developed using computer-aided design (CAD) software and analytical programs to create and prove-out highly accurate, unambiguous designs.
The Composite Fabrication & Joining segment features the use of cutting, machining and drilling to fabricate composite parts, as well as, adhesive bonding and mechanical fastening methods for joining composite components.
This Plastics Machining and Assembly program focuses on the primary machining and assembly processes used for plastics.
A review of the Plastic Injection Mold program content.
The use of compression molding in high volume, high quality composite parts production is featured prominently in this Compression Molding program. The various sheet, thick and bulk molding compounds are detailed as well as mold types used. The transfer molding process, which is a technological extension of compression molding is also highlighted. This program is part of an eight program Composites Manufacturing series.
Manual composite layup and spray up are the most common methods of producing composite parts. This Manual Composite Layup & Spray Up program follows each process thoroughly, detailing each step from molds preparation through to the curing of finished layups and spray ups. The use of vacuum bag molding and autoclave molding to further consolidate layups and spray ups is also presented. This program is part of an eight program Composites Manufacturing series.
This Liquid Molding program encompasses several process variations of typically low-viscosity resin systems which are used in the production of detailed, high quality composite parts. Just a few of the liquid molding processes featured includes: resin transfer molding and vacuum Infusion.