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Flexibel monitor arm for ergonomic mobile workstation

Monitorarm Alphatron CLOSE UP ui blauw ls.png29 Jun 2020 For Alphatron Medical Innovations, Pekago has built so-called medication boxes (boxes with drawers) for AMiS for many years. We manufacture the injection-moulded parts, which we then finish, paint, process and assemble, and we install the electronics.

We now also make the housing components of the monitor arm for the AMiS workstation. This monitor arm increases the ergonomicity of the workstation and consequently the working comfort. full story

Impact-resistant housing for parking ticket machines

Designa parkeerautomaat betalen20 Jun 2020 The German company Designa Verkehrsleittechnik GmbH supplies fully automated parking management systems to cities, hospitals and (international) airports. Pekago made the (impact-resistant) housing for their latest modular car park entry and exit terminal “PM Abacus” using thermoplastic foam casting. full story

Also true for the healthcare sector: 3D-printed products are there sooner, but injection moulding is quicker

Korton spatmasker compilatie ui.png30 May 2020 In recent months, face masks have allowed healthcare staff to work in close proximity to patients and inpatients in order to administer proper care and minimise the risk of infection. However, high demand has resulted in a shortage of face masks and many healthcare institutions were unable to get hold of them!

Until recently, Korton Group just supplied IT solutions to healthcare institutions. But because of the shortage of face masks, they decided, together with some partners, to expand and print masks with a 3D printer. Though they were quickly able to scale up production to 600 masks a week, which alleviated the initial need, the need turned out to be much greater than expected. full story

Measures relating to the Corona-virus

Virus met tekst UK v2.png30 Apr 2020 Update 30-09-2020 | All activities at Pekago, including production and mould making, have been continuing during the Covid-19 pandemic. The measures taken by the Dutch government have not harmfully affected our business continuity so far.

However, in the current situation we still prefer to confer online with our relations. Visits in person to our offices and factory are possible, when mutually agreed upon and respecting the current measures in force. Should you wish to visit, please discuss this with your contact at Pekago.

To our customers: please report any deviation in forecast, factory shutdown or other incident that could have an effect on work load at Pekago.

To our suppliers: please report any problems (such as supply issues) that might affect business continuity at Pekago. full story

"Plastics are essential for achieving the CO2 targets for the aerospace industry"

Thorsen Hermann 150 x 75.png05 Mar 2020 “I dare to say that plastics will be increasingly used in the aerospace industry in the future. Plastics have important properties that traditional aircraft materials, such as aluminium, cannot compete with”. Speaking was Hermann Thorsen, our key account manager for Aircraft Interiors. In this blog, he speaks about the applications of plastics in the aircraft industry. full story

Inserts in plastic: "more than a hole for a screw"

Rijpert Jan m machientje 8x13 vaag.png05 Mar 2020 “Inserts can literally make or break a plastic product”, laughed Jan Rijpert, our expert in the assembly of plastic components at Pekago for 28 years now. "Depending on the function and the requirements for the future use of the product, the type of insert to be used in assembly is considered as early as the design phase". full story

Pekago expands – our new warehouse is ready!

Magazijn nieuw leeg05 Feb 2020 Pekago is growing strongly and so there was an urgent need for more space. In recent months, a new warehouse had been built next to our factory with enough space to store 2,500 pallets.

Watch in only 30 seconds how the warehouse was built! full story

Mould flow analysis predicts a lot about the process of injection moulding plastic products

Moldflow algemene afbeelding 160x75.png25 Jun 2019 During a mould flow analysis, it is digitally simulated how a mould will function and how this can be optimized by adjusting the various variables. And that even before the mould has actually been made! In this way, the injection moulding process can be accurately adjusted before it has even started. full story

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