Inner motivated training for our sales team

Inner motivated training for our sales team

For improving the motivation for our sales team, We took part in a special training course last week. Our colleagues are very excited during that class. they did do good training there. they got emotional suggestions and proposals form the teacher. they will do work with the way they learnt from that training in future.

Competition Is Heating Up In The Additive Manufacturing Market

It seems 3D printing, long heralded as the “next big thing” for manufacturing, has finally come into its own.

Nowhere is this more evident than in the rise of the little guy, as the number of manufacturers producing and selling 3D printers has grown to nearly 100 manufacturers this past year, up from 62 in 2015 and just 49 back in 2014, according to a new report from Wohlers Associates Inc., the leading additive manufacturing and 3D printing consultancy.

Tags: 3D Printing, additive manufacturing, custom manufacturing, KASO Plastics, short run production
BRIDGE THE GAP FROM PROTOTYPE TO FULL-RUN PRODUCTION WITH 3D FDM PRINTING

Posted on: Mon, Jul 21, 2014
KASO Plastics 3D Printing
3D PRINTED PROTOTYPING
3D Printing has been a popular technique for rapid prototyping for years, but recently end uses for the technology have also expanded, becoming an excellent option for OEMs looking to bridge the gap between prototype and full production.

Tags: 3D Printing, 3d printing prototyping, FDM printing, KASO Plastics, plastic injection molding, plastics manufacturing, Rapid Prototyping, short run production
NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR 3D PRINTING AND SHORT RUN PRODUCTION

Posted on: Thu, Jun 26, 2014
3D Printed Plastic Part
Rapid prototypers around the globe have been utilizing 3D printing to create manufacturing prototypes that help prove out design concepts and test part functionality. But rapid prototyping is only the beginning when it comes to the opportunities that are now available for 3D printing.

Design For Manufacturing

DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING: A CRUCIAL STEP TOWARDS PRODUCT SUCCESS
Design for Manufacturing is a crucial element of any successful push towards launching new products, ensuring designs are optimized for the manufacturing process.

That’s because no matter how brilliant a design is, certain production constraints can take a promising design and turn it upside down fast. If these constraints are not addressed early in your product’s development, they can turn into much larger problems by the time you move into production, leaving you in the unenviable position of having to choose between two similarly unpleasant alternatives – sacrificing product quality or blowing your production schedule. Either choice can leave you with additional costs.

Some of the risks associated with skipping Design for Manufacturing include:

Unstable production processes
Unstable part dimensions
Part variability
Poor quality finished parts
DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING: WHAT’S INCLUDED
An experienced Engineering team can provide plenty of DFM assistance to address design complexity, provide suggestions to help simplify product designs, and make them easier to manufacture. This reduces unnecessary design iterations as well as reducing the risk that products designs will be too complex and therefore cost prohibitive to produce.

At KASO, we believe Design for Manufacturing is an invaluable tool for our customers. That’s why KASO’s Engineering team goes even further to guide customers through the process, sometimes going so far as to provide on-site design assistance when needed, working closely with your team to ensure product designs are 100% ready for production.

WHY MATERIALS SELECTION IS SO IMPORTANT
The right materials can make all the difference when it comes time to manufacture. When you work with a knowledgeable manufacturer, you will have the opportunity to review all possible material options. Here at KASO, our team is often able to suggest substitutes that help customers reduce their costs and even improve the quality of finished products.

So remember: Making necessary changes to your products is much easier, more efficient, and more cost effective the earlier you do it. Design for Manufacturing makes successful manufacturing a reality.

How Today’s Manufacturing Tools Will Help You Stay Competitive?

THE EVOLVING MANUFACTURING LANDSCAPE
The plastic injection molding market continues to evolve, creating greater specialization and more technological advancements than ever before.

But alas, it seems some pressures never change.

Lower costs! Higher quality! Greater productivity! The refrain remains the same but the pressure only increases. That’s why you need a plastics manufacturer with plenty of tools to help you combat these challenges and stay competitive. How do we do it here at KASO?

MANUFACTURING AUTOMATION
Automation is a tool that KASO increasingly employs to help speed up manufacturing and improve product quality. Our dedicated staff are always on the lookout for new opportunities to speed up production and improve part quality by automating various production tasks. Starting by clearly defining YOUR parameters for success, our team can help you find new automated solutions that will get you to your end goal faster.

EARLY SUPPLIER INVOLVEMENT
Are you someone that thinks meetings are a bore? Maybe that’s because you haven’t taken advantage of the Early Supplier Involvement process before. Early Supplier Involvement is a process that helps you get the very most out of your product development partner by combining our companies’ strengths earlier in the design and prototyping stages of your development. By doing so, we are able to provide suggestions that will improve your manufacturing and reduce your manufacturing costs wherever possible.

RAPID PROTOTYPING WITH 3D PRINTING
3D printing has received its fair share of buzz in recent years, and for good reason. Not only can 3D printing provide functional prototypes that are up to 80% as strong as the actual finished parts will be, but it means we can create these prototypes in a matter of hours in-house. What does that mean for your products? Faster design iterations, greater design flexibility, and less time to market for your products. Testing your parts prior to full run production has never been easier!