PVT to Ramp Production:

How to Make the Transition

Tuesday, June 26, 2018
12pm - 1pm
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Ramp production is a critical phase that presents an array of new challenges for hardware companies, including nuanced communication with overseas suppliers, managing production timelines (and delays), and balancing speed, cost, and quality.

All this makes the introduction of new, unproven products to the market a high-risk endeavor. Join us for a live webinar event to discuss strategies to manage this critical transition phase successfully.

Webinar Hosts

Cameron Moore
Director of Overseas Manufacturing | Fictiv

Cameron runs Fictiv’s China headquarters, overseeing operations and the expansion of Fictiv’s Asia Manufacturing Partner program. A Mechanical Engineer by training and a 13 year resident of Guangzhou, China, Cameron brings deep experience in overseas manufacturing to Fictiv. Cameron loves Chinese culture, and is constantly learning the subtle nuances of the language and doing business in China.

Brent Eikanas
Co-founder, CLEBAE Infinique Tooling & Molding

Brent has been building tools for over 30 years and consults on problem solving for plastic injection tooling, injection molding, silicone, sheet metal, die cast, part finishing, assembly and manufacturability. CLEBAE Infinique Tooling & Molding has manufacturing facilities in the US and Southern China to provide a seamless transition from mid to high volume production parts.

During the webinar, Cameron and Brent will discuss:
Options for manufacturing overseas at mid-volumes of 1k - 50k units
Key design and manufacturing considerations to scale overseas
Why steel tooling is (almost) always a better option than aluminum
Tips to manage parting lines, flash, ejector pin marks, and other molding defects

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Join us to discuss how to transition from PVT to Ramp Production

Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Register Now