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    Squeeze Casting vs. High-Pressure Die Casting: The Velocity Factor

    At a high level, casting is a manufacturing process in which a liquid material — usually a metal — is poured into a mold that contains a hollow cavity in the shape of the desired product or component. From there, the material is left to solidify.
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    Decades in the Making: The History of VPIC

    For the last 27 years, VPIC Group has been committed to customer satisfaction by consistently listening to customer needs, investing in the latest technology and staying up to date on industry trends. This commitment has allowed us to develop long-term working relationships with many world-class customers in powersports, automotive, healthcare equipment and many other industries located throughout the globe and especially in North America, Europe and Asia.
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    The VPIC Difference: State-of-the-Art Machinery & Tech

    All too often, manufacturing supply companies don’t use industry-standard tech, leading to reduced quality and consistency in components, increased cost of services and decreased productivity. 
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    What Are the Procurement Steps in Supply Chain Management?

    A procurement process is defined as a series of steps that a business or organization creates and follows to obtain the goods, components, products or services that are necessary to complete their goals and objectives. The process is not specific to any one industry, but rather a necessary aspect that aids in the optimization of operations.
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    Supply Chain News: How COVID-19 Is Affecting Manufacturing in Vietnam

    Although smaller than other countries with a strong manufacturing presence, Vietnam plays a significant role in the global consumer economy by serving as a supplier to a number of major corporations, such as furniture for Walmart Inc., sneakers for Adidas AG and smartphones for Samsung Electronics Co. Next to China, Vietnam is the second-largest supplier of shoes and clothes to the U.S. The country also served as a major relocation point for manufacturers during the trade war between the U.S. and China.
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    What Is a CNC Lathe Machine Used For?

    Computer numerical control (CNC) is defined as a method for automating control of machine tools through the use of software embedded in a microcomputer attached to the tool. A CNC machine produces a product using coded instructions, without manual operation of the machine. These machines can be varied in size, function and design, and include lathes, milling machines and multi-axis machines.
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    Quality Issues With Your Manufacturing Supplier? Here's What It's Really Costing You

    The total cost of poor quality is often depicted as an iceberg with some of the costs visible above the water, but most of the costs hidden beneath the surface. This image is an excellent way to illustrate how poor quality management issues in manufacturing likely cost more than you realize. Although many costs are directly attributable to the quality issue itself, many other costs are incidental or secondary and may be hidden and unrecognized. 
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    3 Tips To Improve Your Manufacturing Supply Chain Efficiency

    For any organization, maintaining an efficient supply chain means getting raw materials and products at the right time, in the right quantities, and at minimum costs. Functions such as inventory management, production planning, operations, sales, and distribution depend on a supply chain that is both effective and dependable. 
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    What Is Die Casting?

    Die casting is a manufacturing process that injects molten metal between two mold castings under high pressure. It’s ideal for companies that need a dependable, quality source of high-volume, complex metal parts. The die-casting process is most commonly used to produce light metal original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts for automotive, power vehicles, appliances, motorcycles, plumbing fixtures and other applications. 
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