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A Commitment to Improvement

Even more so than in other industries, it’s important that manufacturers maintain a commitment to growth and development. As innovators and makers, continuous improvement is the engine that keeps us alive and thriving. At Wilson Tool International, we are dedicated to forward movement, and when you choose a partner with a commitment to improve, everybody wins. See how below.

Meet Our Continuous Improvement Team

Every day on our Continuous Improvement teams, engineers innovate creative ways to increase efficiency, lower costs and produce better products. Those findings are passed to our machine operators, our sales engineers, and our tooling technicians. It’s important to us that a culture of improvement pervades every area of our business, and ultimately translates to you, our customers. These individuals are the ones who get it started.

Some Fruits of the Learning Process

Why offer products that don’t produce results? Every cataloged item is offered for a reason. It’s either a tried and tested problem solver or it holds great promise as the next breakthrough. Here are some of the standouts.

How Testing Can Mitigate Downtime

It’s impossible to prevent all downtime, but it’s a realistic goal to control it. This article looks at how running tests on your tooling can help you do just that. By establishing baselines for tooling performance, identifying tooling failure modes and specifying the performance of different tool steels and coatings, you can achieve greater control over downtime.

Kaizen: A Tool for Growth

“Kaizen” means “improvement” in Japanese. At Wilson Tool International, we hold “kaizen” events as a team to self-evaluate and grow. Kaizens are an effective performance-enhancing tool that any company can implement. This webinar describes how to conduct a kaizen, and the results you can expect from this practice.

Simplify Your Ordering Process

Improvement comes in many forms. If your processes are overly complicated or time-consuming, they’re detracting from a more important task. Make your purchasing process smoother with these two industry-first resources.

Tableting Solutions Catalog

From punch and die selection to tablet defect solutions, this catalog contains all you need to make an informed and accurate choice on your next tooling order.

Easy Ordering Guide

This guide is a simple fill-in-the-blank format for easy tablet tooling order placement. Let this help you simplify and streamline your purchase process.


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