When I was about 10 years old, I knew a lot about geography. I memorized capitals of countries, read the atlas and looked up at map of the world beside my bed every night that was given to me by my grandfather. When I was 13, I was selected to take a geography test to see if I would qualify for The National Geographic Bee, a national competition. The results came back, and I was off to the state capital to compete. Unfortunately, I didn’t make it beyond the first round after missing questions that were well outside my area of expertise. On the long drive home, I was painfully aware that geography was a much larger field than the color-coded countries and political boundaries that I knew so well.
Archive for month: April, 2016
On behalf of our colleagues in Europe, we are proud to announce that CMT Europe BV has just moved to a new, larger building (click here for map of new location). Since the opening of the Netherlands operation, we have seen tremendous growth thanks to the dedication and hard work of Luc and his team. Full inventory, custom-cut capabilities and same-day shipping ensure that CMT Europe continues to deliver maximum customer service across the European continent.
It was waaaay back in May 2013 when we first published a blogpost about polishing plugs and why it is such an important concept. After some recent discussions with toolmakers and thermoformers about different plug materials and geometries, we figured this would be a good time to revisit the topic of polishing. Looking back in the archives, our original technical guide was titled “Polishing Guide.” The updated version is more precise: “Tips for Modifying Plug Surface“. The distinction is important as we shall see.