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Does good luck or good intelligence drive a successful supplier tooling transfer?

Tuesday, September 10th, 2013 | Permalink

A typical medical device OEM owns 50 to 500 off-site tools that run constantly, with suppliers that run the gamut from a two-man shop to a top tier multinational molder. These tools get regular routine maintenance, however now they’ve got upwards of a million cycles on them, (like a car with 300,000 miles), and longevity and risk come into the equation. Tagging Options Domain:  All Sites Issue Date:  PT – September 2013 Keywords:  tool transfers mold maintenance read more

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Does good luck or good intelligence drive a successful supplier tooling transfer?

Pruning shear impalement: ‘The pain was so bad’

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011 | Permalink

An 86-year-old Arizona man who survived falling face-first into his pruning shears reflects on the harrowing ordeal.

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Pruning shear impalement: ‘The pain was so bad’