Month: July 2018

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Preventing Design Challenges in Micro Mold Design

As medical and wearable devices reduce to sizes and weights previously thought to be impossible, engineers and designers are shifting their design chops to micro mold design of complex components. This new direction, however, hasn’t come without a hiccup. These micron tolerance considerations are presenting some common mistakes. As engineers are asked to fit more…

How We Cultivate The Future Work Force

For Accumold to continue to grow in technical expertise and maintain our strategic edge, it is within our best interest to support students in our community. In order to strengthen our future workforce, companies can fear a lack of talent in the future, or simply choose to grow it themselves. This is why we continue…

IT Manager, Tysen Landmesser Interviewed In Inc. Magazine

When thinking about niche high-tech manufacturing and critical components in medicine, optics, automotive, wearables and emerging technology no one really thinks about the massive IT operation that goes along with it. Inc Magazine had a few questions for our own IT Leader, Tysen Landmesser on how to manage such a large IT system in a global…

June Was A Busy Month In Our Community

When we made our 4th expansion in the community of Ankeny, Iowa we made sure to add event and training space for employee training, meeting space, but importantly, community outreach events. This month was confirmation that this space has been well used. On top of our regular customer visits, training, and employee events, we also…

Wearable Tech Companies Look To Niche Process

The wearable market is projected to exceed 51 Billion dollars in revenue by 2022, therefore, if you are a product designer or engineer, it’s likely you are creating the next generation of wearable technology. At the very least, you may be feeling pressure to launch something in this space, but before you decide your design can’t…