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Planning Can Save Production Time and Costs: 13 Critical Steps to Ensure Metal Stamping Success (Steps 4-7)

on 6/29/16 11:12 AM | By Tim Lynch | 0 Comments | Secondary Operations Manufacturing
  In the first part in this series, Metal Stampings Can Impact Your Bottom Line, we covered the first three of 13 critical steps to ensure success in metal stamping. In this article, steps four through seven highlight the importance of careful planning between the manufacturer and the metal stamping firm to ensure the most cost-effective production. Both OEM and metal stamping engineers can work together to make sure the new stamping is designed for maximum efficiency in material usage and the OEM’s final assembly process. Estimating expected swings in demand for the product and allowing time for secondary operations are also important.
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