Please visit: RJG, Inc.
3111 Park Dr.
Traverse City, MI 49686 US
That observation comes from Mary Ann Cervinka, HR manager Arrow Gear, and is found Accenture’s 2014 Manufacturing Skills and Training Study, appropriately entitled, “Out of Inventory: Skills Shortage Threatens Growth for U.S. Manufacturing.”
Open house celebrates expanded U.S. headquarters & showcases innovations.
Strategic partnerships give a small molder the technical clout of a much bigger firm.
Open house to celebrate the expanded U.S. headquarters showcases innovations.
On April 22, RJG Inc., Traverse City, Mich., will host an open house at its new Southeast Training Center in Woodstock, Ga.
Last year this family-owned molder made a major commitment to Scientific Molding by starting a training process involving all employees.
In its first half-century, EVCO Plastics has grown from one half-ounce injection machine in a basement to a $130 million company with 148 presses and 900 employees at nine plants in the U.S., Mexico, and China.
Most people find jobs within companies thatahave an established corporate mission and business culture.
Vision Technical Molding in Manchester, Conn., doesn’t believe in standing still.
How small is small? How small is micro? How about parts weighing as little as 0.00012 g and measuring no more than 0.038 in. (1 mm) long?
It’s an unusual business model: “We take existing products or manufacturing processes and try to make them better.
The accepted ground rule for balancing melt flow in multi-cavity injection molds is to achieve equal flow distance from the injection point to each cavity.
In multi-cavity molding, attaining uniform and balanced flow of material to each cavity is a frequent challenge.
World-class lean-manufacturing principles and total quality programs will not necessarily prevent an injection molder from making occasional bad or suspect parts.
A new strain-gauge signal conditioner that provides users with a simple machine interface comes from RJG Inc., Traverse City, Mich.
Enhanced performance and ease of use are claimed to result from new or upgraded features on the latest version of the eDART process controller from RJG Inc., Traverse City, Mich.
Controlling valve gating with cavity-pressure monitoring to cure flow imbalances in multi-cavity tools was one of the processing highlights at the Molding 2007 International Conference and Exhibition, sponsored recently in Austin, Texas, by Executive Conference Management.
A new option from RJG Inc., Traverse City, Mich., alerts personnel by e-mail if a machine goes down or starts producing reject or suspect parts.
An economical process-monitoring system tailored specifically for automated reject containment is one of several new products from RJG, Inc., Traverse City, Mich.