Injection Works invests in five all-new molding and two new sonic welding machines in 2021

Injection Works invests in five all-new molding and two new sonic welding machines in 2021

Injection Works celebrated the arrival of four new replacement and one new additional molding machine to our Mount Laurel, NJ manufacturing facility. Presses sized 190-ton, 190-ton, 240-ton and 420-ton serve as replacements of retired assets, while an additional, fifth 120-ton press brings our total work cell count up to 21. The company expects to offer customers improved service levels based on the enhanced reliability, repeatability and efficiency that these investments will provide. The company’s Value-Adding Secondary Operations Department gains further capability with the addition of two new sonic welding units, one that features a 2,000 watt generator, and a second unit with an even larger 3,000 watt power generator. These new assets will allow Injection Works to provide customers a greater range of size and complexity of components that integrate sonic welding of features such as threaded inserts into their design.

Injection Works Launches Mobile-Friendly Website

Injection Works Launches Mobile-Friendly Website

Recognizing that more and more engineers, designers and purchasing managers begin their search for new and better injection molding partners using their mobile phone or tablet rather than their desktop computers, Injection Works now provides a mobile-optimized version of our website that specifically makes navigating www.injectionworks.com much easier on small-screen devices.

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Integrating Tablet Technology for Real-Time Inventory Control and Accuracy

Integrating Tablet Technology for Real-Time Inventory Control and Accuracy

Injection Works’ Logistics Department integrates Google’s Nexus 7 Tablet and IQMS ERP software to enhance real-time  Inventory Control and Accuracy With an operating footprint that exceeds 45,000 square feet, effective control of the location and quantity of Raw Materials, Work in Progress, Packaging Supplies and Finished Goods becomes critical to maintaining efficient operations.  Wireless connection of Google’s Nexus 7 Tablet to our IQMS ERP software platform allows Injection Works’ Logistics Department to maximize physical inventory accuracy and eliminate potential delays in product delivery. For more information about Nexus 7, click here

Injection Works acquires FLIR Thermal Imaging Camera

Injection Works acquires FLIR Thermal Imaging Camera

Injection Works acquires FLIR Thermal Imaging Camera to advance a variety of predictive and diagnostic capabilities. Exceeding typical industry standards related to technology-based Quality, Production, Tooling and Maintenance data collection, Injection Works has added a new Thermal Imaging Camera to our already impressive toolbox.  Deployment of this camera  allows us to identify and respond to potential hidden, sub-surface characteristics of assets and products before they grow into larger challenges.  The ability to “see” capability inhibitors within molds, machine components, and even molded parts helps our team maintain and even enhance Injection Works’ traditionally high levels of quality and on-time delivery performance.  

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