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  • Water jetting vs. Standard machining for flat composite materials

    Water Jetting Vs. Standard Machining For Flat Composite Materials

    When it comes to shaping materials such as composites, which require high mechanical strength, choosing the right cutting method is crucial. Two common methods are water jet cutting and machining. Incorporating water jet cutting into your manufacturing processes can lead…Read more ›

  • Prototyping vs. Hard tooling: which makes sense for your business

    Prototyping Vs. Hard Tooling: Which Makes Sense For Your Business

    In the metal stamping industry, one critical decision that can significantly affect both the financial bottom line and the production outcome is choosing between prototype tooling and permanent hard tooling. This choice not only impacts the initial investment but also…Read more ›

  • Larson tool makes a major investment in the future of tool-building

    Larson Tool Makes a Major Investment in the Future of Tool-Building

    Using Lean Principles to Create Efficiencies that Benefit Metal Stamping Customers Our customers come to us for high-quality metal stamped parts—and our reputation for deep draw stamping precedes us. Well-built tooling lays the foundation for this high quality and is…Read more ›

  • What’s changed in the materials market for manufacturers

    What’s Changed in the Materials Market for Manufacturers

    Outlook for the Future from a Precision Metal Stamper’s View  When I last wrote, we were experiencing much uncertainty in the industry: steel price increases, supply chain delays, workforce and transportation challenges, among the many factors we’ve been juggling these…Read more ›

  • The current state of materials in manufacturing

    The Current State of Materials in Manufacturing

    How Transportation, Labor, and Economics Play a Role in the Supply Chain Predicament  The increase in materials pricing and supply chain interruption continues to impact virtually every sector of the economy—from consumer goods, such as furniture and cars, to raw…Read more ›

  • Moving manufacturing back to america

    Moving Manufacturing Back to America

    Factors for Deciding to Reshore, and Ways to Make It Easier There has been increased talk about the risks of doing business with China, and the recent pandemic has shown a spotlight on the need for less dependence on supply…Read more ›