A dedicated, cross-functional Vention team worked closely with the customer to manage the project, tracking progress weekly and quarterly.
Vention’s tooling and technical expertise was critical for support of this program, starting with seasoned tool and die makers and tooling engineers, including a master molder process engineer. In addition to troubleshooting routine transfer issues, the team used design of experiments (DOE) and scientific injection molding process development to identify and solve a cooling problem. Vention also developed programs for preventive maintenance, tool repair, and spare parts management designed to optimize the customer’s tool assets.
As part of the transfer, the customer had established stringent new validation system requirements. Vention was the only company at the time that could meet these high demands. Vention’s skilled engineers and supporting managers executed these protocols flawlessly, meeting the customer’s timeline and ensuring high-quality production.
To meet the customer’s rigorous quality requirements and high-volume production needs, Vention created 6 dedicated, state-of-the-art molding cells. The team invested in equipment tailored to the customer’s needs for 3 new cells and upgraded 3 existing cells with more powerful thermolators and servo motor robotics.