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Plastic Injection Molding for the Window & Door Industry

Plastic Injection Molding

The Rodon Group has been an industry leader in high-volume custom plastic injection molding solutions for over 65 years. We are proud to be known worldwide for producing the highest quality precision injection molded components. From concept to completion, we strive to support our customers with guidance and resources to make informed choices for their projects. One of our most requested resources is our new eBook “Plastic Injection Molding Solutions for the Window & Door Industry”. 

Read More 04 / 13 / 22

Plastic Injection Molding Solutions for the Food & Beverage Industry

Plastic Injection Molding

In our new eBook, “Plastic Injection Molding Solutions for the Food & Beverage Industry,” we’ll walk you through the complexities of manufacturing for this critical industry, covering everything from injection molding to industry regulations. Here, we share a brief preview of what the eBook's full content has to offer.

Read More 12 / 15 / 21

Design Guide for Custom Plastic Injection Molding Needs

Plastic Injection Molding

Manufacturing solid and durable plastic parts requires a plan and design. When you work with a quality manufacturer, you have design engineers readily available to create the perfect piece and build an injection mold for high-volume product creation. Here, the team at The Rodon Group shares a checklist of design considerations you can keep in mind for your next plastic injection molding project.

Read More 10 / 27 / 21

The Benefits of a Full-Service Manufacturer

Plastic Injection Molding

In The Rodon Group's new eBook, "The ROI of a Full Service Manufacturer," we take a deep dive into how full-service custom manufacturing can help you save time, money, and hassle. This free download offers a detailed look at the many benefits of working with an experienced full-service team.

Read More 09 / 29 / 21

Plastic Injection Molding Solutions for the Medical Industry

Plastic Injection Molding

Although plastic injection molding is an excellent solution for a wide array of applications, it is particularly advantageous within the medical industry. This method of fabrication is quick and efficient and is able to meet the strict regulatory guidelines that medical applications require. To fully explore this topic, our specialists have composed a Plastic Injection Molding for the Medical Industry eBook which will provide in-depth explanations of the following information.

Read More 07 / 28 / 21

China vs. U.S. Molds

Plastic Injection Molding

Many companies utilize offshore manufacturing to save on labor costs and raw materials. When it comes to fabricating plastic injection molds, those savings may seem significant; however, offshore manufacturing often comes with many drawbacks such as shipping delays and low product quality. These issues quickly eliminate any cost benefits associated with Chinese injection molds as they often result in the need for reworked parts. 

Read More 03 / 10 / 21

Advantages of Automation in Plastic Injection Molding

Manufacturing

Plastic injection molding processes are fast, efficient, and precise when conducted by an experienced professional plastic molder using advanced, automated machinery. By using appropriately advanced equipment and automation technology, each manufactured piece will be identical to the initial design file and other units in the order.

Read More 12 / 16 / 20

Thermoforming vs. Injection Molding: What’s the Difference?

Plastic Injection Molding

Used in all types of industries, plastics provide versatility and strength across a wide range of applications, from automotive body parts to human body parts. Each application requires a unique manufacturing process that can mold the part based on specifications.

Read More 09 / 21 / 20

Injection Molding vs. 3D Printing

Plastic Injection Molding

Both injection molding and 3D printing are additive manufacturing processes that create highly complex parts using near-identical product runs. Manufacturers can choose from a broad selection of plastics and thermoplastic materials to perform either process, but there are a few applications where injection molding or 3D printing is preferred. If you're choosing which technique to use for your organization, consider the following side-by-side comparison.

Read More 09 / 01 / 20
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