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3/25/2010

Webinar: Tool Shop Optimization Case Studies

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This webinar from Cimatron describes how winning mold and die makers are able to use their speed to produce high quality tools at lower cost, and respond to customers more effectively.

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This webinar from CAD/CAM developer Cimatron explores how winning mold and die makers are able to use their speed to produce high quality tools at lower cost, respond to customer schedules and last-minute changes, be more aggressive in their quoting, and better position themselves to withstand the pressure of overseas competition. Die/mold shops Rezmin Tool & Die and Diamond Tool & Engineering are among the presenters. Follow this link to view the webinar.

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