EVP – Sales
The most important factor in producing quality injected molded products is a well maintained, well cared for mold. For decades, tool rooms have been maintaining molds. Some tool rooms better than others. Moving molds through the tool room and making a quality part has been the standard for a lot of tool rooms. For good reason the current buzz word is sustainability. In mold maintenance, that would be the continued ability for a mold to be maintained with minimal major repairs while allowing the technician to continually perform in a safe and efficient environment. Die-Sep mold separators and tippers provide safety for the mold by not requiring the massive brute forces currently employed to open tip and close molds. This saves the technician from having to perform these tasks manually.
Louis Bowler, VP Sales of Die-Sep joined the plastics industry 23 years ago, late in his career. First with a Wisconsin thermoformer, before finding a mold separator at a nearby injection molder. Pioneering the mold separation business has been Mr. Bowler’s passion and remains so. Currently there are well in excess of 250 Die-Seps in toolrooms worldwide.
Louis Bowler is a native of New Orleans and has been a Wisconsin resident for the past 26 years.
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