Articles & Presentations

Articles Published

  • The final mold payment: How to Get it
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND AUXILIARIES – Tooling Corner November/December 2006
  • Venting: The little bits and Problems we tend to forget
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND AUXILIARIES – Tooling Corner September/October 2006
  • THE CONTRADICTION
    • MODERN PLASTICS MAGAZINE E-SHOTS – September 2006
  • THE QUALITY MYTH
    • MODERN PLASTICS MAGAZINE E-SHOTS – July 2006
  • THE LITTLE BITS: THOSE THINGS YOU SHOULD SPECIFY BUT DON’T
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND AUXILIARIES – Tooling Corner July/August 2006
  • RIGHT SHORING DESIGNS
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE – July 2006
  • E-shots Web-exclusive: SAVING A SECOND MEANS PROFIT (Cycle time) PART 5
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE E-SHOTS – May 2006
  • Got Hoist Rings?
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND AUXILIARIES – Tooling Corner May/June 2006
  • E-shots Web-exclusive: SAVING A SECOND MEANS PROFIT (Effects of yield) PART 4
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE E-SHOTS – April 2006
  • E-shots Web-exclusive: SAVING A SECOND MEANS PROFIT (Minimizing regrind) PART 3
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE E-SHOTS – March 2006
  • E-shots Web-exclusive: SAVING A SECOND MEANS PROFIT (Part weight) PART 2
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE E-SHOTS – February 2006
  • AS I SEE IT – Last in the lifeboat
    • MODERN PLASTICS MAGAZINE E-SHOTS – March 2006
  • E-shots Web-exclusive: SAVING A SECOND MEANS PROFIT, Part 1: set up time
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE E-SHOTS – February 2006
  • To Block or Not to Block
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND AUXILIARIES – Tooling Corner January/February 2006
  • “Strangle the Flow, strangle you profits.”
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE E-SHOTS – February 2006
  • E-shots Web-exclusive: Saving seconds means profits, Part 1: Minimizing setup time
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE E-SHOTS – January 2006
  • “Strangle the Flow, strangle you profits.”
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND AUXILIARIES – Tooling Corner November 2005
  • Your Personal Image – how to write an E-mail
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – November 2005
  • Premature Mold release – problems to solve
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – November 2005
  • Universal Method of Troubleshooting
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – November 2005
  • Secrets of Success (survival) in today.s economy
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – November 2005
  • E-shots Web-exclusive: A simple weldline solution
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE E- shots Newsletter October 2005
  • “Nine customer evaluation questions that will stack the deck in your favor”  YOUR ACE IN THE HOLE
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE October 2005
  • Vendor Consolidation
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – October 2005
  • How to Move a Mold
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – October 2005
  • E-shots Web-exclusive: A simple weldline solution
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE E- shots Newsletter October 2005
  • 19 reasons why you can’t predict tooling delivery times
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE September 2005
  • Rust and Condensation
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – September 2005
  • Part Shrinkage
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – September 2005
  • “The Final Inspection.”
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND AUXILIARIES – Tooling Corner September/October 2005
  • “Cooling with Baffles or Fountains.”
    • MY PLASTICS JOURNAL – A journal for Plastics Professionals – My Plastics Recruiter July 2005
  • The competitive edge – short supply chain
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – July 2005
  • Upgrading the Tao of the Estimator
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – July 2005
  • “How to establish a tooling budget.”
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND AUXILIARIES – Tooling Corner July/August 2005
  • “How to sink your business ” 11 sure steps to putting yourself out of work”
    • MODERN PLASTICS INTERNATIONAL June 2005
  • Changing CpK for Profit
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – May 2005
  • How to succeed in your job
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – May 2005
  • “Cabling: The Devil is in the Details.”
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND AUXILIARIES March/April 2005
  • Gotchas that Getcha where it’s like you’re throwing money into a fire every day
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – March 2005
  • How many cavities should you ask for on a quote?
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – March 2005
  • “Why it is Almost Impossible to Calculated Tool Delivery Times”
    • THE AMERICAN MOLD BUILDER Winter 2005 Vol. 19 No. 2
  • “Words of Wisdom -“Project Engineering in a perfect world.”
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND AUXILIARIES January/February 2005
  • “The Fastest Time to Market”
    • MY PLASTICS JOURNAL – A journal for Plastics Professionals  My Plastics Recruiter February 2005
  • Tips for processors
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – Feb 2005
  • Side by Side – Using statistical techniques to test your theories.
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – Feb 2005
  • Parts on the Floor – leaving money on the table.
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – Feb 2005
  • The price of tools – Hot runners or conventional?
    • WJT ASSOCIATES NEWSLETTER – Feb 2005
  • Tooling Corner “Using the science you have?”
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND AUXILIARIES March April 2004
  • Words of Wisdom “Is your company ready for the future?”
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND AUXILIARIES January/February 2004
  • Words of Wisdom “The benefit of the deal”
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND AUXILIARIES March/April 2003
  • Moldmakers: Forming smart Partnerships
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND AUXILIARIES Vol. 7, No.1 January/February 2003
  • “Ball parking tool and part costs”
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE October 2002
  • Words of Wisdom “Or Equivalent?”
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND AUXILIARIES July/August 2002
  • Tooling Corner “Preventing Fires, reducing premiums?”
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND AUXILIARIES July/August 2002
  • Up in Smoke: When your molding facility burns
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE June 2002
  • “The Ouch Factor”
    • AMBA News and Views Vol. 16, No.2 Spring 2002
  • “Pricing Games: Building a winning hand”
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE May 2002
  • “Coping with sprues: Trivial or critical”
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE April 2002
  • “Rules to Remember, Rules to Forget”
    • SPE Injection molding news letter first quarter 2002
  • “Lowering your fire insurance premiums”
    • Plastics Machinery and Auxiliaries January/February 2002
  • “Why all these Resins?”
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE December 2001
  • Don’t play banker to your customer
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE November 2001
  • Care and feeding of dysfunctional clients
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE October 2001
  • Is there a best practice for costing parts?
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE September 2001
  • Mold Optimizing for Speedy Setups
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE August 2001
  • Societies need to regain focus
    • PLASTICS NEWS August 6th, 2001
  • Mold Warrantees: Proper care and feeding requirements
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE April 2001
  • Going Off Shore? Again?
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE March 2001
  • Troubleshooting: The Questions to Ask
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE February 2001
  • Your Money is in the mold – Care for it
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE January 2001
  • The Final Inspection
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE September 2000
  • Water Basics
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE July 2000
  • Why Good Employees Leave
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE May 2000
  • Transitioning A Tool Part 2
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE April 2000
  • Transitioning A Tool Part 1
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE March 2000
  • Understanding Molds That Form Threads
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE February 2000
  • How Strong Are Your Cavities?
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE December 1999
  • Waterlines 101
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE November 1999
  • How Robust Are Your Molding Machines?
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE September 1999
  • Hidden Profits are Waiting to be Unearthed in Molder’s Shops
    • MODERN PLASTICS MAGAZINE APRIL 1999
  • Melt Filter Pays Off
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE March 1999
  • Slow Mold Changes? Try a Taco Cart
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE January 1999
  • Why won’t This part run in That machine?
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE December 1998
  • Crunching your mold
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE November 1998
  • Eliminating expensive dead time
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE October 1998
  • The meaning of commercial tolerancing
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE June 1998
  • When your customer reneges on his order
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE May 1998
  • The game of Inventory Control: JIT by reject
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE April 1998
  • Pulling Your Molds? Advice to the buyer of plastic parts.
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE September 1997
  • The Business of Molding #17 Games Customers Play part 2
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE September 1997
  • The Business of Molding #16 Games Customers Play part 1
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE August 1997
  • The Business of Molding #15 Quoting off the print
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE June 1997
  • The Business of Molding #14 Renegotiating Part Prices
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE May 1997
  • The Business of Molding #13 Machine Rates and Material Mark-ups
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE April 1997
  • The Business of Molding #12 Quoting with profit in mind
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE March 1997
  • The “it’s not my job” Syndrome – How to keep your employees involved.
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE February 1997
  • The Business of Molding #11 Manufacturing: Shot Inventory, or, if this is a 24-oz machine why can’t I run a 24-oz shot?
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE January 1997
  • The Business of Molding #10 A Second look at JIT
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE November 1996
  • How to be Competitive
    • The SPI Mold Maker Journal November 1996
  • The Business of Molding #9 Profit and True Costs
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE October 1996
  • Communicating with Long-Distance Customers
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE September 1996
  • Understanding the Apparent Viscosity Curve
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE August 1996
  • What To Look For In A Granulator
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE July 1996
  • Six Tools No Molder Should Be Without
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE June 1996
  • The Mission Statement
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE May 1996
  • Why Cavities Crack
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE April 1996
  • The Business of Molding #8 The Ridiculous RFQ
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE April 1996
  • The Troubleshooter Part #1 How to avoid multiple ejection strokes
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE March 1996
  • The Business of Molding, #7 The $300,000 mistake
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE March 1996
  • The Business of Molding, #6 Why Blocking Off Cavities is a Bad Idea
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE February 1996
  • What is your true cost?
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE March 1998
  • The Business of Molding #19 Games customers play: Part III
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE November 1998
  • The Business of Molding #18 The Myth of Optimum Cycle Time
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE October 1997
  • The Business of Molding, #5 Who Pays for Mold Maintenance
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE January 1996
  • The Business of Molding, #4 Choose Your Quoting Style
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE November 1995
  • The Business of Molding, #3 ESI, Cycle Time and Mold Tryouts
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE October 1995
  • The Business of Molding, #2 Coping with Demands for Price Decreases
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE September 1995
  • The Business of Molding, #1 Quoting Parts is like making pizza
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE August 1995
  • Regrind allowances: What your Customer Really wants
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE July 1995
  • The Slam Dunk Engineering Change
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE June 1995
  • Capacity Planning How to Manage your plant Load
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE May 1995
  • The Molder’s Bill of Rights
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE April 1995
  • Customer / Supplier evaluations
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE March 1995
  • The 5% solution #9 Managing Scrap part #2
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE February 1995
  • Engineering Changes: How to protect yourself
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE January 1995
  • The 5% solution #9 Managing Scrap part #1
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE January 1995
  • The 5% solution #8 Using what you’ve learned
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE December 1994
  • Thinking About Pulling Your Molds?
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE December 1994
  • Customers in line
    • PLASTICS NEWS November 21, 1994
  • The 5% solution #7 Savings on electrical costs
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE November 1994
  • The 5% solution #6 The importance of a cushion
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE October 1994
  • The 5% solution #5 Eject the part properly
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE September 1994
  • The 5% solution #4 Determining the proper Packing time
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE August 1994
  • The 5% solution #3 Use the proper melt temperature
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE July 1994
  • The 5% solution #2 Determine the proper clamp pressure and machine size
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE June 1994
  • Specifications a Virtue When Quoting Jobs
    • Perspective, PLASTICS NEWS June 9, 1994
  • Tooling Standards, Why we need them for ISO 9000
    • THE MOLD MAKER JOURNAL, Quarterly news letter for the Society of the Plastics Industry Mold Maker’s Division May 1994
  • Mold sourcing: Imports are flourishing
    • MODERN PLASTICS MAGAZINE April 1994
  • The 5% solution #1 Don’t let the sprue control the cycle time
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE April 1994
  • Training Set Up Technicians Part 2
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE March 1994
  • Training Set Up Technicians Part 1
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE February 1994
  • Mold Cooling, It’s not how cold, it’s how much
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE January 1994
  • Profit Eaters, Packaging Mistakes that can be prevented
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE Oct. 1993
  • Can You Live without the tooling Engineer?
    • INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE Sept. 1993
  • Tooling Agreements, What to Expect from Custom Molders
    • Extensively quoted INJECTION MOLDING MAGAZINE Sept. 1993
  • Rethinking Design process can Upgrade Mold Quality
    • Extensively quoted MODERN PLASTICS September 1993
  • Redesigning Injection Molds to improve productivity
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT May 1993
  • How many Cavities, Maximizing Profit, Minimizing risk
    • PLASTICS DESIGN FORUM September/October 1992
  • Snubbing `girl’ is bad news
    • PLASTICS NEWS June 22 1992
    • MACHINE DESIGN August 1992
  • MOLD MAKING AT NPE 91
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT August 1991
  • MOLD VENTING
    • SOCIETY OF PLASTICS ENGINEERS Mold maker’s Section News letter May 91
  • PROTOTYPING The first step to market
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT March 1991
  • Minimizing project risksPLASTICS DESIGN FORUM September/Oct. 1990
    • The Unanswered Questions of Business Travel
  • JOURNAL OF IRREPRODUCIBLE RESULTS March/April 1990, Vol. 35, No 2
    • Venting from the inside
  • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT February 1990
    • World Class…. Is it That Hard?
  • PLASTICS DESIGN FORUM November/December 1989
    • SMALL BUSINESS REPORTS December 1989
    • QUALITY DIGEST May 1989
  • Design Detailing: What you should/should not include on the print.
    • PLASTICS DESIGN FORUM August/September 1989
  • MOLD COST ESTIMATING Making science of an art
    • interviewed and extensively quoted
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT June 1989
    • MILBLAB, GOVWRITE AND CORPSPEAK — 20th Century Languages
    • PEDANTIC MONTHLY Vol. II No. 6
    • VIEWPOINT: A Plea For Common Sense (guest editorial)
    • TRAINING Magazine March 1989
  • Let the air out — Practical venting for molds
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT March 1989
    • QUALITY CONCEPTS — Reality
    • QUALITY DIGEST, February 1989

    Please Quote! [for budgetary purposes only…]

    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT December 1988
  • (Quote this) `For budgetary purposes only’
    • PLASTICS DESIGN FORUM November/December 1988
  • The low bidder: A word of caution
    • PLASTICS DESIGN FORUM September/October 1988
  • Gallery of Goofs Chapter 19 Is it inches? Or What?
    • PLASTICS DESIGN FORUM July/August 1988
  • Mold-import Growth unabated — Merle Snyder, senior editor
    • Interviewed and extensively quoted
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT June 1988
  • Design By The Numbers
    • PLASTICS DESIGN FORUM March/April 1988
  • The Alphabet soup problem in Quality Control
    • QUALITY DIGEST February 1988
  • Report on Mold Makers: The offshore tooling decision
    • A review from the Toronto SPE Technical Conference
    • PLASTICS BUSINESS December 1987
  • Meeting The `Impossible’ Schedule
    • PLASTICS DESIGN FORUM November/December 1987
  • Fast Track Tooling Design
    • AMERICAN MACHINIST November 1987
  • Predicting Tooling Delivery
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT November 1987
  • Doing business with the Business Machine Industry
    • PLASTICTRENDS October/November 1987
  • Tool Ownership – Whose Mold is it?
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT September 1987
  • Painting Plastics
    • PLASTICS DESIGN FORUM September/October 1987
  • How to select a custom molder — Outsourcing
    • PLASTICS DESIGN FORUM July/August 1987
  • Gallery of Goofs Chapter 17 … product liability
    • PLASTICS DESIGN FORUM May/June 1987
  • Making it work, and SQC Success story
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT May 1987
    • (Reprinted) QUALITY CIRCLE DIGEST July 1987
  • Why Products Fail
    • PLASTICS DESIGN FORUM January/February 1987
  • The Offshore connection: Molds built in the Pacific Rim
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT February 1987
  • Practical part costing for custom molders
    • PLASTICS MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT December 1986
  • How well do you blueprints communicate?
    • PLASTICS DESIGN FORUM May/June 1986
  • The five methods of Quality Control
    • PLASTICS DESIGN FORUM November/December 1985
  • From idea to production…without catastrophe
    • PLASTICS DESIGN FORUM March/April 1985
  • Zero defects in molded parts; here’s proof it can be done
    • MODERN PLASTICS March 1984

Professional Presentations

  • “Save 500,000 seconds per mold in your shop!”
    • Rocky Mountain Chapter SPE, Denver CO January 2005
      Dallas Chapter of SME and SPE, Dallas TX February 2005
  • “Profitable mold techniques”
    • Rocky Mountain Chapter SPE, Denver CO may 2004
  • “Succeeding in the molding business in troubled economic times”
    • Rocky Mountain Chapter SPE, Denver CO April 2003
  • “Jumping through the productivity curve.”
    • Society of Plastics Engineers Supersession, Cleveland, Ohio, October 1997
  • “What do Molders really want from tool builders?”
    • American Mold Builders Fall Conference, Traverse City, Michigan, October 1997
  • “Tooling: Building, Qualifying and Maintaining tools for the Medical Market”
    • Medical Design and Manufacturing East Conference, New York City, June 1997
  • “Capacity Planning and Costing for Injection Molding”
    • Rocky Mountain Chapter SPE, Denver CO May 1997
  • “Tryouts Startups and Qualifications, the Key to Productivity”
    • 42nd Annual Thermoset Conference, University of Wisconsin, Madison Wisconsin, Oct. 1996
  • “Tooling standardization for Thermoset molds”
    • Square-D corporation technology conference Lincoln, NE May 1996
  • “Perfect parts on time all the time every time.”
    • Society of Plastics Engineers, Regional Technical Conference, Cleveland OH September 1995
      Thermoforming Super session, ANTEC 1996, Philadelphia June 1996
  • “Everything you wanted to know about purchasing molds, and other tips.”
    • Injection molding conference, Chicago Ill September, 1995,96,97
  • “The Future of Injection Molding in the next century.”
    • The International Conference on Plastics, Canadian Plastics Institute, May 1995
  • “Tooling Standards, Your unfair competitive advantage.”
    • American Mold Builders Association annual conference, Nassau Bahamas, March 1995
  • “Tooling: what the experts tell you.”
    • Society of the Plastics Industry annual conference, Mold Maker’s division, Phoenix AZ February 1995
  • “Tooling: How to buy and specify, make sure you get what you pay… and other tips.”
    • Injection Molding Conference, Orange CA, January 1995
  • “Improved product delivery through design, tooling and production”
    • Plastics Product Designer’s forum, Boston MA, September, 1994
  • “Tool Buying Decisions. What to Look For, how to Solicit a Quotation
    • National Plastics Exposition Chicago, 1994
  • “Mold Evaluations –Knowing the mold will deliver what you want”
    • National Plastics Exposition Chicago 1994
  • “Fast Track Construction” Getting what you want when you want it.
    • Plastics Product Designer’s Forum 1994-present
      Presentations, continued
  • “Mold Buying Decisions: What the experts Tell you customers”
    • Society of the Plastics Industry, February 1994
  • “Tooling Standards”
    • Society of Plastics Engineers RETEC March 1994
      National Plastics Exhibition June 1994
  • “Mold Evaluations”
    • National Plastics Exhibition June 1994
  • “Fast Track Tooling — Starting the tooling before the prototypes”
    • Plastics Product Designer’s Forum 1992, 1993, and 1994
  • “How to give Expert Witness testimony”
    • Society of Plastics Engineering Rocky Mountain Chapter, Denver CO, May 1993
      ANTEC, Society of Plastics Engineers, New Orleans, LA May 1993
  • “The myth of quality control, and other management philosophies”
    • APICS annual meeting, Fort Collins CO, Feb. 1993
  • “Training — the competitive edge in the 90’s for the plastics industry”
    • National Plastics Exposition McCormick Place Chicago, IL, June 1991
  • “Optimizing cycle times”
    • Rocky Mountain Chapter, Society of Plastics Engineers Denver, CO May 1991
  • “The Basis Point System”
    • American Society for Production Control Fort Collins, CO April 1991
      Harley Davidson Corporation, Milwaukee WI June 1990
  • “Tooling Options — another way to introduce products”
    • Plastics Designers Forum Boston MA, Oct. 1990
  • “Fast track project”
    • Plastics Designers Forum Boston MA, Oct. 1990
  • “From Idea to market place without catastrophe”
    • American Society for Production Control Fort Collins, CO April 1991
      Rocky Mountain Council for Competitive Products Louisville, CO January 1991
      Society of Manufacturing Engineers Denver, CO November 1990
      Society of Plastics Engineers Denver, CO October 1990
  • “Avoiding Product Failures By Design”
    • Society of Plastics Engineers Annual Technical Conference Dallas, TX, May, 1990
  • “Accelerating Tooling Deliveries”
    • Plastics Designer’s Forum Long Beach, California February 1990
  • “Tooling Options in Fast Track Programs”
    • Plastics Designer’s Forum Long Beach, California February 1990
  • “Product Liability, how to avoid it”
    • Guest Lecturer, Society of Plastics Engineers, Annual Conference New York City, NY, May 1989
  • “Basis Point — Measuring Supplier Performance”
    • WORLD WIDE MANUFACTURING COUNCIL
      Third Annual HP Plastics Symposium Palo Alto, CA, April 1989
  • “World Class Manufacturing — the way of the 90’s”
    • Keynote Speaker, American Mold Builders Association Annual Conference
      Bal Harbour, Florida March, 1989
  • “Advances in Design and Manufacturing”
    • Guest Lecturer, Plastics Institute of America
      Stevens Institute, Newark, New Jersey April 1988/April 1989
  • “Project Engineering and Materials Selection”
    • Plastics Manufacturing Symposium, Guest Lecturer
      Colorado State University, Department of Engineering, March 1988
  • “The Off-Shore tooling decision; choices for the 90’s”
    • Society of Plastics Engineers Mold Makers Regional Technical Conference
      Toronto, Ontario CANADA, September 1987
  • “Do you really own your tooling?”
    • WORLD WIDE MANUFACTURING COUNCIL
      Hewlett Packard Plastics Symposium Boise, ID July 1987
  • “On-Shore tooling, reasons to stay in the USA for mold build”
    • WORLD WIDE MANUFACTURING COUNCIL
      Second Annual HP Plastics Symposium San Diego, CA, February 1987
  • “RFI shielding in Business machines”
    • National Plastics Exhibition Chicago, IL, June 1985
  • “Secondary finishing of Plastic Parts”
    • Society of Plastics Engineers Rocky Mountain Section Denver, CO, March, 1984
  • “Zero Defects: Productivity improvement in Plastic Molding”
    • Hewlett Packard Annual Plastics Symposium San Francisco, CA July 1983
    • Society of Plastics Engineers San Francisco, CA July 1983
  • RFI Shielding Media — a new means of testing”
    • Society of the Plastics Industry Annual technical conference Atlanta, GA, April, 1983
  • “I upped my productivity …. Up Yours!!”
    • Society of Plastics Engineers Pacific Annual Technical Conference Anaheim, CA, February, 1983

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