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What to Expect When You’re Inspecting

Much like raising a child, inspecting a new part doesn’t always come with an instruction manual. Luckily, there are reference guides to help you with both. In the world ...
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Family Matters, Except When It Comes to Family Tooling

As the old proverb goes, “In the time of test, family is best.'' Unless that family consists of different thermoformed parts together on the same tool! Let’s explore ...
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Dear Joslyn: Virgin vs. Regrind Material

Dear Joslyn: My company is launching a new product line and, while researching material options, the terms “virgin” and “regrind” keep popping up. What’s the difference ...
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Best Thermoforming Tooling Choice for Your Product

All custom thermoforming projects begin with the right tooling. Tooling is the most important factor in manufacturing a quality thermoformed product. The right ...
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Dear Joslyn: I’m Launching a New Product

Dear Joslyn: I have a new product that I’d like to put out in the market for testing. I anticipate there will be some design changes, so I don’t want to order a large ...
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How to Have a Successful Product Launch

  • Joslyn Manufacturing
  • 08.27.2019
A successful product launch takes careful research, planning and measuring. If executed properly, you can leave a lasting impression on your customers.
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Dear Joslyn: What Thermoforming Tooling Is Best?

  • Joslyn Manufacturing
  • 08.13.2019
Dear Joslyn:  My company is launching a new product and I’m looking for a thermoformer that fits within our budget. The tooling costs seem to differ with each supplier, ...
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Dear Joslyn: Quote Requests for Thermoforming Plastics

  • Joslyn Manufacturing
  • 07.16.2019
Dear Joslyn: As someone who handles new quote requests, I often find myself interacting with people who aren’t familiar with thermoforming. They tend to know what they ...
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Which Thermoforming Technology Is Right for You?

  • Joslyn Manufacturing
  • 06.11.2019
Whether it’s, vacuum forming, pressure forming or any other type of thermoforming application, quality plastic molded components require proper thermoforming technology.
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Heavy-Gauge Thermoforming vs. Thin-Gauge Thermoforming

  • Joslyn Manufacturing
  • 05.28.2019
Thermoforming, the process of heating and molding plastic sheet using air pressure and vacuum, is an affordable, versatile and reliable process for many applications. In ...
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