Please visit: RJG, Inc.
3111 Park Dr.
Traverse City, MI 49686 US
|For Part Containment Only|
New, Costs Less, Flexible and RJG is still Inside.
The new eDARTflx makes using cavity pressure sensors and process monitoring for automated part containment easier and more affordable than ever. It features one-time-set-up, plug-and-play ability, proven software and the ability to do fail-safe part containment, assuring that no bad parts get to your customer. All of this for 45% less than a full function eDART.
For more than 30 years, RJG has been helping molders supply absolute quality parts to their customers. RJG’s eDART System™ monitors your process for inconsistencies and provides the tools needed to set-up safeguards to contain suspect parts, ensuring no bad parts reach your customer. RJG’s experience with the implementation and use of cavity pressure sensors began in 1968. Today, cavity pressure is the measurement that most accurately predicts part quality. Our computer and web-based training is a good way to initiate a training program. A more in-depth level of learning continues with instructor led classroom training. Finally, extensive hands-on training at the molding machine provides the key to transferring knowledge learned in the classroom to the shop floor. RJG is the North American market leader in our business, bringing together the tools injection molders need to remain competitive in today’s market.
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