Dennis McGuigan

Dennis McGuigan
A seasoned sales professional, Dennis focuses on how Kaysun is uniquely able to provide innovative engineering and manufacturing solutions to complex injection molding challenges for partners around the globe.

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Injection Molding Process Steps: How Are Plastic Parts Produced?

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How Injection Molding Engineers Help Bridge The Design Skills Gap

The impact of the widening skills gap is of ongoing concern for manufacturers. The 2018 Deloitte skills gap and future of work in manufacturing study reports that the average time to fill skilled production worker positions jumped from 70 days to 93 days between 2015 and 2018, surpassed only by finding engineers, researchers, and scientists which bounced from 94 days to 118 days over the same time period.

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3 Educational Sessions You Need to Attend at MD&M Minneapolis 2019

Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) Minneapolis (MD&M) is returning to the Minneapolis Convention Center on October 23-24 and you don’t want to miss your chance to connect with leaders across every link in the supply chain!

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Medical Device Product Development Timelines: 6 Best Practices

When working on a plastic medical device that could potentially save lives, it’s crucial to get that device to market quickly. Every day you save during a medical device product development timeline is an extra day people who need your device have access to it. Plus, if a competitor releases a similar device before you, they reap the rewards of being the first to market.

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Green Energy from Plastic? OEMs, Eco-Initiatives, and the Future

Nearly half of all plastic ever manufactured has been made since the year 2000. In a scant two decades, production went from 250 million tons to 448 million tons1 and the race is on to shift the burgeoning over-reliance on plastic to ways that promote plastics’ use as a green energy source.

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Why OEMs Choose Polyether Ether Ketone (PEEK) Material

North American resin production topped out at nearly 28.7 billion pounds April of 2019, a 2.9% increase compared to the same time period in 2018.1 The uptick suggests that engineered resins continue to find their place as preferred materials within industries requiring precision injection molded parts and devices such as in the medical, automotive, and defense & public safety markets.

Polyether ether ketone (PEEK) resin is regarded as ideal for many complex applications due to its inherent characteristics and injection molding versatility. Is this thermoplastic right for your project?

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4 Factors That Determine Resin Selection for Medical Applications

Medical device performance is inextricably linked to the characteristics of the plastics used. Enhanced properties such as strength, flexibility, transparency, biocompatibility, and temperature and chemical resistance ensure patient safety. They are also mandated by the stringent regulations and classifications of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and The U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention (USP).

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5 Reasons Automotive OEMs Use Plastics In Electric Vehicles

Worldwide, sales of electric vehicles rose by 73% in 2018 — a banner year by any measurement, but all the more remarkable given it followed sales growth of 86% in 2017. The sales figures are more than impressive; they reflect a shift in consumer demand for affordable, eco-friendly transportation options and the bellwether of change in the automotive industry.

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Choose Wisely: Overmolding vs. Insert Molding

Manufacturers tasked with making products that serve a wide range of functional and aesthetic purposes often turn to multi-material injection molding for solutions – more specifically, to insert molding and overmolding. Since the two processes bear some similarities they’re often thought of as interchangeable, but there are some key differences.

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The 5 Types of SPI Mold Classifications and Standards

When you approach a custom injection molder to produce complex plastic parts or components, determining if the product is suitable for a streamlined injection molding process is one of the first steps.

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