RJG Germany Opens Injection Molding Training Facility
RJG Germany GmbH opened the doors to their new training lab on January 1, 2020.
RJG Germany GmbH opened the doors to their new training lab on January 1, 2020. The facility consists of a classroom that seats up to 20 students and a fully-equipped lab for hands-on experience.
The technical center currently consists of a 60-ton injection molding machine from Yizumi Germany GmbH, temperature control units and a material drying system from Moretto Deutschland GmbH. The lab is set up for a total of four injection molding machines. Courses that will be taught by RJG Germany are Systematic Molding, Decoupled Molding Workshop, Master Molder I (starting in Q4 2020), eDART Basic Training, eDART Advanced Workshop, CoPilot Basic Training and CoPilot Advanced Workshop.
RJG offers award-winning injection molding training around the world. The trainers are experts in the field who have first-hand experience with working on the plant floor. They know the challenges that often arise and how to conquer them. RJG training graduates are able to deliver substantial time and cost savings to their employers, whether it is through developing new products or managing existing projects.
“This new training facility will allow us to bring courses to Germany that were not previously possible,” said Frank Marschalek, business development manager at RJG Germany. “To our team, it’s an exciting new challenge and chance to share our knowledge with even more molding professionals. To our customers, it’s a new opportunity to further enhance their skills and progress their careers. We are proud of our facility and can’t wait to share it with the world.”
RJG has other training facilities around the world in the United Kingdom, France, China, Mexico and the United States. For more information, visit https://rjginc.com/training.
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