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Choosing a Deep Drawn Supplier: More than Just Part Cost

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Oct 20, 2015 9:22:34 AM

When looking for a supplier or manufacturer, companies want value and usually that value is determined by cost. Honestly, getting a deep drawn supplier or manufacturer is more than just looking at the bottom line. It’s important to look at what makes up that bottom line, are you looking at all costs associated or just standard part cost don’t make a mistake and understate your bottom line by looking only by having tunnel vision. In terms of deep drawn parts, value is quality of material, workmanship and quality control.

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Top 5 Must-Haves for a U.S. Supplier

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Sep 8, 2015 12:45:03 PM

Although the days when your buyers routinely looked offshore to purchase deep drawn components are fading, it’s essential that U.S. manufacturers keep on top of the game by providing their customers with the best possible combination of service, quality and price. Here are five must-haves for a U.S. supplier.

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Why the Deep Drawn Process Is Perfect for the Medical Industry

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Jun 9, 2015 9:35:17 AM

If you have ever taken a trip to a historical museum, one of the exhibits that you have no doubt found a bit disturbing is the display of medical instruments used through history. At the time, these coarse looking devices were crafted using the most modern methods available. The resulting rugged, forged tools used by surgeons of the past look to us today as if they belong in a horror movie, not a doctor’s office.

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The Best Way to Respond to Unresponsive Deep Draw Suppliers

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on May 28, 2015 8:27:08 AM

The deadline looms closer. You have a reputable deep draw supplier manufacturing a critical part, but to be honest you aren’t really sure if it will be finished in time or not. It isn’t due to a lack of effort. You have sent numerous e-mails to every name on the company’s list, and you are sure the receptionist knows you by first name.

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Why You Should Always Go with a Deep Drawn Supplier Who Offers Value Added Operations

Posted by Rachel Daugherty on Feb 10, 2015 3:16:00 PM

By definition, value added operations include additional processes or features that enhance the product and meet specific customer needs. As a consumer, the perception of value drives our purchasing decisions. This value can be in forms such as lower cost, higher quality, or faster service. When comparing products or services that are similar, a knowledgeable consumer looks at perceived added value in order to make the best decision. Whether the value is real such as lower cost, or more of a perception such as brand name status, it is these added value factors that drive customers to choose one offering over another.

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