A Partnership For The Plastics Industry

RJG Technologies is an independent, non-biased company offering injection moulding process support, training and advisory services. Our injection moulding services are delivered in situ or in our own well equipped premises and include:

  • Trouble shooting and injection moulding process development
  • Recommendations for plastic moulding and product design recommendations
  • Project management
  • Proving/debugging of plastic moulding
  • PDQ (Pre-Mould Delivery Qualifications) trials
  • Moldflow analysis
  • Capability trials for plastic moulding
  • Pre-production runs and mould validation
  • Injection moulding process and product development
  • Injection moulding process optimisation through consultancy
  • Injection moulding process training
  • Productivity improvements to optimise injection moulding process

Our approach is founded on technical competence & considerable experience of our staff. We believe that many problems encountered stem from either the inevitable pressures of the production environment or a limited understanding of the subject – there rarely being enough time and resources to devote to overcoming production issues that cause poor profitability.

Why Training?

At RJG®, we do not believe in training for training's sake but for productivity improvements through more effective use of available production running hours, better quality parts and cycle time reduction.

In addition to our standard courses we offer tailor-made courses covering basic concepts to advanced injection moulding processing.

To ensure we meet the requirements of our customers a set of assessment papers is offered prior to injection moulding process training to ensure the correct level of knowledge and approach is covered.

Training Benefits

RJG courses are practically-based, with hands-on work forming two-thirds of the content and are led by experienced engineers and training professionals. Both the syllabus and the theoretical content of each course provide the best and most practical support for this approach.

RJG believe correct education and a thorough understanding of the injection moulding process by its personnel is vitally important to all companies.

Performance reviews taken before and after particular optimisation exercises unequivocally show a reduction in component costs through achievement of higher output and efficiency levels - by OEE values or through improved cavity utilisation or a reduction in defects or cycle time reduction.

Announcements

8 Good Injection Moulding Principles You Should Follow

Thursday, July 23

By John Lobozzo, Technical Sales Engineer, RJG Technologies

Whether you've been directly involved in the injection moulding industry or not, plastic parts have accompanied you your whole life if we count the rattle and dummy that gets thrust upon us moments...

What Is the Difference Between Weld, Knit, and Meld Lines and Why Does It Matter?

Friday, July 10

By Jeremy Williams, Consultant/Trainer

In the plastic injection molding industry, we work with materials that are byproducts of oil refinement and molds made of metal casting, so our terminology is bound to be at least slightly confusing. Three terms that...

Clamp Force: Why It’s Vital to Your Injection Moulding Process and How to Calculate It

Friday, May 22

By Jim Clifford, Consultant / Trainer, RJG

Clamp force is one of the most overlooked portions of the Injection Moulding process. I can’t count how many times I’ve walked up to a moulding machine to see that the clamp force was set at max. This can cause...

RJG Goes Virtual, Offers Online Training and Services

Wednesday, May 20

Now more than ever it is vital to stay competitive in the injection moulding industry and to offer the highest quality products at the fastest speed to market and lowest cost. RJG has adjusted to the new norm of the post-COVID world and developed several...

Make Better Parts for Less Cost with RJG’s CoPilot® Process Control

Sunday, May 3

The CoPilot is an injection moulding process monitoring and control software that allows users to view and record data from the machine and mould. They can see what’s happening from the plastic’s point of view through the use of sensors placed in the mould....

COVID-19 Update

Thursday, April 9

To our valued clients:

We want to personally thank you for being an RJG client and take this opportunity to share an update on actions we are taking to help protect against the spread of COVID-19 while still making every attempt to support you and your...

5 Questions to Ask Before Instrumenting a Mould

Tuesday, March 31

Putting a sensor anywhere in a tool can give you some form of data, but it may not be value-added. The key is knowing upfront what you want the sensor to do for you before determining where to place it and what type of sensor you want to use. Start by...

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