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A Guide To Tooling Management & Risk Reduction For Buyers [Podcast]

A Guide To Tooling Management & Risk Reduction For Buyers [Podcast]

In this episode…

Are you developing a new product which has plastic parts? If so, you’ll need tooling made which including the mold for making the parts and you’re not going to want to miss this episode where we explain how to manage tooling and reduce your risks!
Typically, the tooling (mold) needs to be designed, fabricated, tested, and stored and moved correctly. But how do you manage all of these efficiently and reduce the risks of things going wrong?

Renaud and Adrian from the team discuss the ins and outs of tooling management here.

Renaud will explain what’s involved in tooling management, key risks you face and what to do to overcome them (such as relying on a supplier to fabricate the tooling only to then be told that you don’t own it or its design, or the threat that a supplier that will use your tooling to produce your products and compete with you in your own market if you leave it with them between productions), and what to include in the contract you agree with the tooling fabrication shop in order to keep control of the project.

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🎧 A Guide To Tooling Management & Risk Reduction For Buyers 🎧

Show Notes

Defining ‘tooling management.’ Basically, tooling management is setting your expectations, review what the supplier/tooling shop is doing and confirm it makes sense, double-check and confirm that the tooling reaches your requirements, and…

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