When OEMs prepare to increase production volume of a micromolded component, many focus on multi-cavitation tooling as a strategy to reduce piece part price. While increasing cavitation may be a cost-effective approach for higher volumes of simple thermoplastic parts, it is typically not the best approach for micromolded parts, especially those that are bioabsorbable, or made from other high dollar value materials.
In this downloadable white paper you will find out:
- When higher cavitation doesn’t result in lower cost
- 4 key areas for bioabsorbable production savings
- 4 steps to scaling your bioabsorbable component program
Come see us at Booth 1450 at MD&M West