Award-Winning Training and Technology for Injection Molding
RJG provides comprehensive tools and award-winning training that allow molders to implement scientific molding techniques and improve molding quality, productivity, and profitability. Our unprecedented support and technology can eliminate even the most frustrating molding challenges.
Trained staff improve product quality, efficiency, morale, and turnover. Our global in-person and online training courses are led by industry experts with real-world injection molding experience.
More efficient processes with less scrap and less downtime means lower cost and better quality. Our full-service, custom technology solutions are built to solve the challenges you face every day.
Gain a competitive advantage through the industry’s latest monitoring software while reducing waste and improving your bottom line. Automated job audit reports and advanced analytics make it easy to know how your facility is performing.
Reduce waste from art to part with streamlined tool launches so you can start making good parts from the first shot. Or harness our consultants’ expertise to fix ongoing challenges in already established processes.
There are several ways to control your injection molding process, but which way is the best? The short answer is: whatever is right for your application. That's why it's important to understand each methodology so that you can make an educated decision as to which...
There are a lot of ways to prevent sink marks from occurring in injection molded parts, and understanding how and why they happen is the first step. Here are 5 ways you can prevent sinks from happening in your injection molded parts.
The Hub for Mold Transfer allows you to easily transfer molds by automatically generating machine-specific setup sheets, recommending compatible machines, and providing a database to store and share part, mold, and machine documentation across the organization.
Part cooling is always a function of wall thickness and the material that the design engineer selects. It’s up to the mold design engineer to place the cooling channels in the proper location to allow for a minimum cooling time. As a process engineer, the old adage of “fill as fast as possible consistent with quality” still holds true. If the volumetric flow rate is very low, the chances of packing out a part are slim to none because the material will likely be frozen.