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How to Make Continuous Improvement a Priority

By Cory Arbogast on Feb 14, 2018 3:18:50 PM

At Pleasant Precision, we know that continuous improvement and development is necessary for being a successful manufacturer. For continuous improvements to be made, every employee has to be on board. It’s not just random bursts of improvement efforts, it’s a mindset for what you and your company do every day. Sometimes it sounds like a good idea on paper, but getting each and every employee on board can be a struggle.

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Topics: injection molding, plastic, quality, improvement, certification, systems, plastic molding'

The Four Plastic Variables

By Ken Jenkins on Mar 29, 2016 9:31:40 AM

When building plastic parts, consistency is key. Variables need to be recognized, so that a quality product is created, every time. A good part is made up of four things: the part design itself, the mold design, the material, and how it’s processed.

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Topics: plastic

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