Cimatron Limited, a leading provider of integrated CAD/CAM solutions for mold, tool, and die makers as well as manufacturers of discrete parts, announced a new Web seminar will be held on February 26, covering the topic of "Doing More with Less in a Sluggish Economy."
Toolmakers and manufacturers are searching for ways to weather the current financial storm and economic crisis. To help them in this quest, Cimatron and American Machinist are holding an educational online seminar exploring how Lean strategies can be used by tooling and manufacturing shops to keep their businesses afloat in this tough economy.
Attending the Web seminar (Webinar) is at no charge but registration is required and available online now at http://www.cimatrontech.com.
"Doing more with less is now a matter of survival," said Bruce Vernyi, American Machinist's editor-in-chief and the session's moderator. "Whether you are already using Lean strategies or not, now is the time to revisit Lean and make sure you make the most out of it."
"While many books have been written about lean, this will be a practical 'how-to' session tailored specifically to the tooling and manufacturing shop environment," added Hari Sridharan, vice president of engineering at Cimatron Technologies Inc. and the Webinar keynote speaker.
Topics to be covered in the Webinar include:
· How to eliminate wasted time and effort in your shop
· How to get more productivity out of your existing resources
· How you can deliver every job faster and at lower cost
· A lean case study
The online presentation will take place Thursday, February 26, 2009 at 2 p.m. EST. Registration is available now at http://www.cimatrontech.com.