We are excited to be able to offer this free guide to those looking to get a better understanding of the entire process of manufacturing a plastic part, from start to finish.
Hatfield, PA (PRWEB) November 02, 2015
Last week The Rodon Group released a new eBook “How to Manufacture a Perfect Plastic Part”, focusing on four key factors in the plastic molding process. The factors include: part design, tool design and build, material selection and manufacturing.
The eBook reviews the most important aspects of each stage in the manufacturing cycle along with some helpful charts and diagrams. It provides details on how key critical design features can impact part quality and moves forward in the process straight through to the final step of manufacturing.
Each section of the eBook is dedicated to one specific key factor in the process including:
- Part Design (and how to design for manufacturability)
- Tool Design & Build (and the role it plays in part quality)
- Material Selection (and how to choose the right resin)
- Manufacturing (and what to look for during processing)
“We are excited to be able to offer this free guide to those looking to get a better understanding of the entire process of manufacturing a plastic part, from start to finish. We hope to educate the reader on how a molder like Rodon would approach a project, beginning with designing the part for optimum manufacturability”, states Kevin McGrath, VP of Sales and Marketing at The Rodon Group.
To download a free copy of the eBook, visit The Rodon Group website at http://www.rodongroup.com/3PeBook
About The Rodon Group
The Rodon Group is an ISO 9001:2008 certified landfill-free, plastic injection molder. In business since 1956, The Rodon Group makes billions of parts each year in its 125,000 square foot facility. With over 108 injection molding presses, Rodon is one of the largest family-owned and operated plastic injection molders in the United States and serves a diverse group of industries including consumer products, medical, construction, pharmaceutical and toys. Since 1992, Rodon has manufactured over 34 billion parts for the K'NEX building toy system, and is a subsidiary of K'NEX Brands, L.P.