At The Rodon Group, we think our quality certifications such as ISO 9001:2008, HACCP and recently certified GMA-SAFE demonstrate our commitment to providing the best possible parts at the most competitive prices. However, our commitment goes beyond certifications. We have a staff of quality professionals whose sole focus is making sure we produce plastic parts that are as perfect as possible.
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In the past, many businesses operated on the assumption that their vendors were in compliance with the latest rules and regulations regarding their industry. Technology and materials were limited, so buyers worked with manufacturers who could produce the best product often without clearly defined quality guidelines or parameters.
Speed and efficiency in plastic injection molding equate to cost savings. So, it is no surprise that robots play an important role in improving the manufacturing process. From simple sprue pickers to complex automated End-of-Arm Tooling (EOAT), the industry is taking advantage of this automation trend.
A day of service is a fitting tribute to one of the most influential people of the 20th century, Dr. Martin Luther King. Dr. King’s legacy will surely live on for centuries to come. He showed the world how to lead by example and with tremendous grace.
The Greater Philadelphia region is home to the largest King Day event in the nation. This 21st celebration will include community clean-up projects, recreation center restorations, clothing drives, food donation packing and distribution, a job fair and workshop opportunities. The city’s cultural and historical institutions are planning special discounted rates along with tributes to Dr. King.
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Today we honor and celebrate all of our men and women Veterans and thank them for their dedication and service to our country.
Hiring veterans is the focus of the Get Skills to Work coalition, a collaboration sponsored by General Electric that combines manufacturers, educational institutions, and veterans advocates to prepare our soldiers for manufacturing careers. The coalition is part of Fast Track for Heroes, sponsored by the U.S., a program of the U.S. Department of Commerce Foundation.
According to the website "Get Skills to Work is a coalition of manufacturing companies and community and technical colleges committed to recruiting, training, and retaining veterans in long-term careers in advanced manufacturing and other disciplines. Get Skills to Work reached more than 100,000 veterans with resources to help them prepare for and enter into advanced manufacturing careers. The founding partners included GE, Alcoa, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Manufacturing Institute, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes, the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) at Syracuse University, LinkedIn, TechShop, the Gary Sinise Foundation, the VA Center for Innovation (VACI) at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and more. "
In this video, Gary Sinise describes the mission of the program:
Seven hundred pounds of hardened stainless steel. That’s the average weight of an injection mold. Some can weigh over a ton, some just a few hundred pounds, but any way you slice it, you certainly wouldn’t want one to fall on your foot.
There has been a great deal of attention paid to the skills gap facing American manufacturers. The primary mission of last month's Manufacturing Day was to "addresses common misperceptions about manufacturing by giving manufacturers an opportunity to open their doors and show, in a coordinated effort, what manufacturing is — and what it isn’t."
We all know that many young people shy away from STEM education and they have a distorted, grimy, perception of manufacturing employment and careers.
Our eBook "An Introduction to Plastic Injection Molding" will give you everything you need to know to get started. We developed this eBook with designers, engineers and purchasing specialists in mind. It is written to provide a basic understanding of plastic injection molding presses, processes and costs. Our goal is to make our customers and readers more knowledgeable about what goes into making a plastic part. You can download your copy of the free PDF here.