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MANUFACTURED BY MITGI: Continuous Improvement

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Nearly every company we work with has goals tied to continuous improvement. For some that means reducing cycle times on a specific project. For others it means increasing tool life on a long-running job to create significant cost savings throughout the life of the product. In some cases, companies may need to improve tool performance so that fewer operations are needed.

MITGI works with companies every day to help identify the exact needs at hand and offers ways to achieve the goals through cutting tools.

Recently we worked with a medical device manufacturer that was tasked with reducing cycle times during the initial scale-up for production. Learn more about the project and approach >>

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