Here’s a job that is going on in the shop right now. A very cool product!
Santa will be adventuring around the world and down chimneys in a few short weeks. Thinking about the many presents he will bring there are many American made products that will be gifted this year. IMM is proud to build molds for companies like Little Tikes, Step 2, Vitamix and … Continue reading
From the first Thanksgiving to today many things have changed how we celebrate. It has been almost 400 years and Thanksgiving is still a time to give thanks and enjoy in the company of our loved ones. However, plastics have greatly impacted our Thanksgiving day meal.
- First we no … Continue reading
There is a lot of hype surrounding 3D printing today. 3D printing is a layer by layer joining process. The printer can print almost any part that can be modeled using a CAD software. 3D printing is a very cool … Continue reading
Much of what you may think we do here at Industrial Mold is injection molding. What you many not know is we also make blow molds, extrusion blow molds, thermoset molds and compression molds. Here is an example of a cavity for a blow mold. Precision machining and polishing for … Continue reading
Industrial Mold & Machine is celebrating its 25th anniversary. It was founded by Dave Kuhary in 1988. It started in Dave’s kitchen and now IMM employs almost 40 people. Dave attributes IMM’s success to a talented team, hard work and optimism. He sees the future as being very bright for … Continue reading
I remember when I first saw an Apple iPad. “That’s no better than four iphones taped together.” I initially resisted and unfortunately missed the great potential these devices were bringing to all sectors of life. I had no idea how dramatically tablets would change the computing environment. A young man, … Continue reading
In this Webinar from Cimatron and MoldMaking Technology magazine, mold supplier Industrial Mold & Machine describes how it handled what shop management termed the “curse of knowledge” among its production employees.
That curse relates to the difficulty of conveying skilled expertise. In a mold shop, the experts have so much expertise that they forget … Continue reading