Author: Jim Carnes

Fabrication Gets Involved at the R&D Stage

Sourcing the metal fabrication that is involved in bringing a new product to market can be significantly more effective when an OEM goes beyond routine, cost-focused supplier quotes and holds out for a “big picture” production partner.

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Back of a Napkin or in SolidWorks . . . Fun Either Way

When it comes to metal fabrication, the welders and the operators running fiber lasers or 600-ton press brakes claim to have all the fun. But the folks in Engineering have it pretty good, too. There’s nothing like a little research and development (R&D) to get blood pumping in the morning.

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