Don’t miss Westminster Tool’s upcoming webinar with Mantle Inc. on the use cases for metal additive manufacturing in injection mold building.
An early adopter of polymer 3D printing for prototyping, Westminster Tool’s design and engineering team is no stranger to the benefits of additive manufacturing for research and development. Exposing our team to the latest technology in additive makes us better mold builders.
That’s why we’ve spent over three years exploring how metal 3D printing can impact our operations. Many of the options we’ve tested just weren’t able to match our tolerancing or stability standards. We specifically were looking for ways we could adopt metal additive in a production environment and weren’t able to find materials or equipment that could take the heat.
Since joining Mantle Inc., metal additive innovator based in San Francisco, Westminster Tool has finally found the technology that has the potential to make an impact on the shop floor. Together, our companies are testing both Mantle’s technology and Westminster Tool’s application of it in real-world mold building environments.
Learn more about Mantle’s TrueShape technology and how Westminster Tool is using it in the Free Webinar, available live or on demand from Moldmaking Technology Magazine. Can’t attend it live? You can access this webinar on demand at any time using the link below.
Westminster Tool Manufacturing Engineer
Eddie Graff joined Westminster Tool in 2019 as a manufacturing engineer and has since enhanced the company’s continuous improvement efforts by leading all company DMAICs and managing the company’s team leaders. Eddie also serves as the aerospace account manager, quality coordinator and has led all of the R&D with Mantle.
Mantle Senior Application Engineer
Scott Kraemer is a senior application engineer at Mantle and is a director on the board of the SPE Mold Technologies Division. For the last eight years, Scott has been at the forefront of applying 3D printing to the tooling industry and has worked with many leading metal and polymer 3D printers.