The Rodon Group Marketing Team

The Rodon Group Marketing Team develops and manages digital and inbound marketing strategies for The Rodon Group, including The Rodon Blog, which focuses on American manufacturing, plastic injection molding, and STEM careers.
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Blow Molding vs. Injection Molding: What's the Difference?

When creating a product that requires molding plastic parts, you have several processes to choose from, depending on the type of application and type of part you want to produce. Injection molding and blow molding are the two most popular ways to produce high quality, cost-effective plastic parts.

Download Your Free Copy: Plastic Injection Molding 101

But before you dive into researching different molders and manufacturers, you want to arm yourself with the differences between these two processes. Here's a quick guide to help you differentiate: 

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5 Common Plastic Resins Used in Injection Molding

With hundreds of commodity and engineering resins available on the market today, the material selection process for plastic injection molding jobs can often seem daunting at first. 

At The Rodon Group, we understand the unique benefits and properties of different types of plastics and work closely with clients to find the best fit for their project.

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Case Study: Point-of-Purchase Display Components for the Merchandising Industry

Since our founding in 1956, The Rodon Group has crafted billions of high-quality plastic components for all types of applications, earning us a reputation as one of the industry’s best high-volume injection molding providers for both standard parts and complex custom projects.

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Top Plastic Injection Molding Industries: Window & Door

The Rodon Group — an industry-leading plastic injection molding company with more than 60 years of experience began offering innovative window and door solutions in 2010. 

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The Benefits of Replacing Metals with Plastics

Although metal-to-plastic conversion was introduced in the 1950s, with the invention of engineering-grade resins, many manufacturers today are unfamiliar with the advantages of this versatile technique.

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The Rodon Group's Newly Redesigned Website

The Rodon Group is proud to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website. Based on both customer and employee feedback, we’ve streamlined and enhanced our site using the latest technology to provide the best possible user experience for our customers and fellow industry professionals.

With new user-friendly, intuitive design and various new educational resources, we’ve made it easier than ever to get started on your next high-volume project. 

What’s New?

Let’s take a look at some of the new features our new website has to offer: 

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The Benefits of Turnkey Manufacturing: Discounted Prices, Greater Quality

When partnering with a turnkey manufacturer, customers begin with a new design and end with a final, finished product ready for immediate use. Design, toolmaking, production, packing, shipping, and all other details are managed by a single, experienced contractor. The end user simply needs to “turn the key” and start using the product.

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How to Avoid Common Injection Molding Defects

When working with any manufacturing process, a number of defects unique to that process commonly occur. This is true across many processes and industries, including plastic injection molding and high volume injection molding.

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Recycling, Plastics, and Rio de Janeiro in 2016

In the weeks leading up to the start of the Rio games, the New Zealand sailing team, a strong contender for medals, had been hard at work training for a potentially race-costing scenario: a plastic bag, or other rubbish getting stuck to the boat. Guanabara Bay, where the sailing competitions will take place, is heavily and visibly polluted. Rio state officials have begun cleanup efforts that currently involve a single helicopter directing eleven rubbish collecting boats. However, they’ve also acknowledged that a real cleanup effort could take up to 20 years.

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