It's important for businesses to take action and
assume responsibility for their own success, and not
sit back waiting for the economy to change, or for
government hand-outs to help. One local shop is
taking an outward approach in expressing its stance
on the Sign of the Times.
Purchasing expensive capital equipment is
always a tough decision, and even more so in today's
economic conditions. However, for those that have
the money available or can get the financing - great
buys are out there. And, as many shops are focusing
on improving their processes, purchasing good equipment
can be on the list.
It might seem a paradox, but as the economy slows
down, it's the quickest that survive and position
themselves for future growth. Rezmin Tool & Die
(ON) and Diamond Tool & Engineering (Bertha, MN)
are two such companies that are thriving in today's
tough times. Learn how they do it by
viewing the recording from this week's webcast
with Modern Machine Shop, "Tool Shop
Optimization Case Studies: Survival of the
With the Mold Business Index
reporting the end of the recession, now is the time for
tool makers to get ready for the up-swing. Revisiting
the basics and covering the fundamental 10 recommended design laws
can be a good first step.
Enjoy the issue,
Director of Marketing
Cimatron Technologies, Inc.