NETWORK DESIGN ADDS 3 INJECTION PRESSES

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Network Design & Development Inc. has upgraded its computer-aided design and manufacturing equipment and added three injection molding machines.

The machines are 165-ton and 66-ton TMCs and a 25-ton Van Dorn.

Network Design develops new products ``from concept through completion,'' said Mike Sopko, president. ``Customers bring in verbal instructions, little blocks of wood or felt-tip-penned'' ideas, he said.

Formed in 1983, the firm purchased a Silicon Graphics work station and Renishaw Cyclone three-dimensional solid-modeling digitizer and added employees in mold making and injection molding.

Now, Network Design & Development employs 33 and occupies 15,000 square feet in Torrance, Calif.