RJG Opens North Carolina Training Facility
RJG, Inc., Traverse City, Michigan, along with ZAG Equipment Sales, Gibsonville, North Carolina, recently opened a training facility in Gibsonville to accommodate the large demand for training in the injection molding industry.
ZAG provided RJG with space in its facility, as well as access to several used injection molding machines. The 3,000-square-foot training facility is equipped with seven presses from ZAGs used equipment inventory. The facility includes a classroom that seats 22 students, an office and a lab for hands-on training. Marty Key, certified trainer and master molder, will be the head trainer, and Brad Harvey will be the lab technician.
The first course at the North Carolina Training Center was scheduled to be Systematic Molding on Dec. 6-8. A wide range of other courses also will be offered, including the Master Molder courses. Master Molder I and II are designed to help process technicians, engineers and managers better understand and demonstrate injection molding skills at the machine.