Jefferson Rubber Purchases New Plastic Injection Molding Machine

Injection Molding Machine Expands Jefferson's Capabilities and Capacity

January 19, 2015


Jefferson Rubber Works, Inc. (JRW), a leading manufacturer and provider of custom molded rubber products, has recently purchased a new plastic injection molding machine. Installation of the new injection molding machine was recently completed and is now fully operational.

The molding machine will increase the capacity and plastic injection molding capabilities at the Worcester Massachusetts manufacturing facility. Jefferson Rubber is a leading manufacturer of custom rubber products with expertise in rubber injection molding, liquid silicone molding, transfer molding, thermoplastic rubber and composite molding.

"We are pleased to be expanding our capabilities in plastic injection molding to both existing and new customers," said Dave Pentland, President. The new injection molding machine system gives Jefferson Rubber and its' clients additional capacity and quick turnaround time for custom plastic molding requirements.

The new molding machine is a 300 ton Powerjet injection Molder and is capable of molding a wide variety of thermoplastic materials.

About Jefferson Rubber Works, Inc.

Jefferson Rubber Works is a leading manufacturer for over thirty- five years of custom precision, injection molded rubber products. Jefferson Rubber's staff brings a broad spectrum of expertise and insight to every job. The company offers complete in-plant engineering services, from prototype design to finished product. For more information call 508-791-3600 or visit the Jefferson Rubber Works website at http://www.jeffersonrubber.com.

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