New year, new opportunity to learn more about injection molding.
U.S.-based trainng specialist RJG opened a European subsidiary, RJG Germany GmbH, witha new training lab at the start of the year in Karlstein, Germany, according to a release.
The lab seats up to 20 students in a classroom and a fully-equipped lab for a hands-on experience. The lab features a Yizumi injection molding machine, temperature control units and a material drying system from Moretto Deutschland GmbH. The lab has space for up to four injection molding machines.
"This new training facility will allow us to bring courses to Germany that were not previously possible," Frank Marschalek, business development manager at RJG Germany, said in the news release. "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."
The courses include the following: systematic molding, decoupled molding, master molder, eDART basic training, eDart advanced, CoPilot Basic Training and a CoPilot advanced workshop.
Traverse City, Mich.-based RJG uses experts trainers in its training facilities around the globe, including the United Kingdom, France, China, Mexico and the United States.