Archive for January, 2007

Jan 05 2007

Being Too Valuable

Published by under Uncategorized

Have you ever come in contact with company genius – the guy/gal who knows “everything”?  Here’s some advice: Continue Reading »

No responses yet

Jan 05 2007

Controlling Warp

Published by under Uncategorized

Warp is a big deal.  It’s also one of those “Prairie Dog” defects: It pops up then on the next production run everything runs perfectly without any obvious reason. Actually there are reasons but most of us tend not too look too closely until it’s too late. Continue Reading »

No responses yet

Jan 05 2007

Common Sense, It Ain’t So Common in Molding Either!

Published by under Uncategorized

There is a very good argument for simple common sense.  However, there’s a culture that somehow prizes complexing things with buzz words, equations, PowerPoint presentations etc. Brent Borgerson of Matrix Tool has defined this perfectly. It’s worth reading. Continue Reading »

No responses yet