Properly made molds provide payback to processors


Richard Gane, project manager at Swiss firm Kebo AG, outlines the importance of finding the right molds and tooling for production of disposable medical devices in this clip from the recent Plastics in Medical Devices 2010 conference.

Gane explains in the video that if a tool for a medical part is made right, it will pay the molder back with faster cycle time, less waste and greater efficiency. He stressed the importance of molders finding a partner — not a vendor — that has experience in the medical market.

After completing his apprenticeship in England, Gane began his career as a toolmaker for a couple of British engineering firms...
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