When manufacturers of automotive textiles consider adding or upgrading thermal processing methods and equipment for their facility, they tend to stick with what they know works. But there’s a big difference between the method that “works” and the one ideally suited for specific materials or manufacturing processes. We share this discussion of infrared, radiant, convection […]Read more
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This case study describes an innovative foam manufacturing system custom-engineered to meet a major foam manufacturer’s one-of-a-kind process, product and facility requirements.Read more
Industrial foam manufacturing is tricky. The equipment used to create bulk foam products varies widely depending on what kind of foam is being made and into which application (and there are countless thousands of them) it’s being sold. To that end, there are two kinds of foam manufacturers—those who know exactly what kind of production […]Read more
If you could summarize the reluctance of manufacturers to change the way something is made in a sentence or two, you might say something like this: The equipment we use to meet our customer’s requirements is fine. It’s far from perfect, but it’s good enoughRead more